Book: Box of Rain (Street Stories Book 3) by Debra R. Boryscategories: Book, Homelessness, Cicago, Break Dancing, Street Kids, Foster Care, Suspense
Debra R. Borysabout this book: Booker T Brooks always believed if he worked hard and got an education, he could lift himself out of Chicago's gutters. He thought staying loyal to your friends meant they would have your back when you needed them. It's hard for a homeless kid who grew up in the foster care system to view life through rose-colored glasses, but Booker did his best to keep focused on the positive. It was better than the alternative, right?
Not much good happens when a homeless kid finds a decapitated gang banger in a dumpster, though. The cops just assume Booker did it, his friends are more interested in saving their own asses, and he has to rely on complete strangers like reporter Jo Sullivan to prove his innocence.
If they can't do that, the 21-year-old college student might not only have to kiss his scholarship goodbye, but lose his freedom as well. It already looks like maybe he lost his friends and family. If he's not careful, he might even end up losing his life.
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