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Hip-hop star Snoop Dogg and award-winning playwright David E. Talbert sign up for forces to carry you the unforgettable saga of an aspiring younger rapper who unearths himself at numerous crossroads straight away, the place every little thing, together with himself, is ready to abruptly change.
The yr is 1989, lengthy seashore, California. whilst Ulysses Jeffries's mom comes to a decision to maneuver her kinfolk from the drug-infested East part to what she believes is more secure North lengthy seashore, Ulysses and his little brother Bing are hurled right into a international like none they have skilled earlier than. rather than relocating on up, they have simply moved on over.
From a classically expert piano-playing gangster named Buddha, to the next-door neighbor, a foster mom grew to become basehead named loopy Betty, to Uncle Mike, a freeloading relative who has a knack for displaying up while occasions are solid and a knack for leaving prior to they flip undesirable -- those characters and extra take you on a trip like by no means earlier than. With growing to be conflicts within the streets, and at domestic together with his mom, Bing, and his mother's new live-in boyfriend Harvey, Ulysses is compelled to make judgements that would without end regulate his lifestyles. it is transparent that his merely likelihood of survival is thru shut associates, family members, and the song he loves.
Love do not reside right here No More is the 1st in a drama-filled sequence of novels referred to as puppy stories that takes readers from the unforgiving streets of lengthy seashore to the intense lighting of exhibit enterprise. the unconventional additionally comes with an unique unmarried that offers the backdrop to this compelling story.
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