Out by Wanda Wright
A Way of No Way

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While Nickki sits in prison facing a life sentence, her family struggles to survive in the city of Detroit. Grandma Ruth is doing everything she can to raise the fatherless children and keep her faith and the promise to raise her grandchildren while their mother is away... Only the Grace of God can save them. Othello mastermind of the street game has all but got the heart of the daughter that Nickki and Grandma Ruth prayed day and night for her life to be different. Penny has more than her share of pain as her friends, one by one, are being brutally murdered. Kwame can only strive to be strong for his family and not get caught up in the streets of Detroit with his childhood friends.

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Published June 14, 2011 by Xlibris. 190 pages
Genres: Arts & Photography, Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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Time Out New York

For the country-house scenes, Wright wisely makes us complicit with Briony’s perception of events, yet such is the strength of the director’s tactics in this chapter – repeated scenes, messing with time, the sound of a typewriter doing its damage on the soundtrack – that when he loosens his appro...

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Time Out Chicago

Tracy acknowledges in this new book about the writers that comprised Chicago’s renaissance: “Even the seasoned critic writing on the subject under consideration here can fall unconsciously and automatically into writing Harlem Renaissance rather than Chicago Renaissance.”.

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Star Pulse

Movies that adapt video games and comic books for mainstream audiences usually attempt to make the plot more accessible to the average viewer.

Aug 11 2010 | Read Full Review of Out: A Way Out of No Way

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