Raised in Hell by Deon Price
A non-fiction family dramedy. You have no control of the environment into which you are born, but you can control how that environment will affect you.

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A non-fiction family dramedy about overcoming obstacles, family bond and survival. A true story of a family’s struggle to endure in a challenging time and an even tougher environment. Delivered from the perspective of the youngest child of nine with humor, hardship and professional precision.

“Deon D. Price has provided a trusted and respected perspective for youth. A great story teller, he has mastered the ability to deliver a critical and current message to today’s youth culture. I endorse and support Deon’s efforts.”
-Larry J. Moody, East Palo Alto, CA City Council Member

“I was laughing out loud! There was laughter and tears at the same time. This will be as good as, if not better than a Madea movie!”
- Evelyn L. Polk, LMFT and Author of “It’s the Heart Work”

“Deon D. Price is the REAL DEAL, PERIOD. His experience as described in “Raised in Hell” is a perfect example of inspiration and hope for a plethora of young people to emulate! “
-Kevin Bracy, Executive Producer of The MonSTARS of Motivation, Founder of Life Changers Intl.

“A great read! This book should be a blueprint for anyone committed to serving youth and families. I’m impressed with Deon’s innovative approach and creative thinking for impacting young people.”
-Wil Cason, Motivational Speaker

“To say that Deon D. Price and his journey in “Raised in Hell” is inspiring does not do it justice. He provides a well-lit path from illness to wellness inside urban America. He lifts me up and makes me and others go on doing what we do.”
- Mike Pritchard, Keynote Speaker, Author and Life Coach

“Deon D. Price’s heartbreaking yet laugh out loud story is a model of resiliency for today’s youth and should be a must read for those giving their all to help improve the lives of young people in America.”
-Heidi Schrumpf, JD, PhD, University of Montana


About Deon Price

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Published January 27, 2014 by iUniverse. 290 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Self Help, Parenting & Relationships. Non-fiction