As you know, I have been trying this new thing for me where I tell you about a book I loved and share a free ebook link to that book if possible.
Anger Is A Gift is one of the novels that impacted me ever since I read it, and when I have some time, I need to reread it. For some reason, I match it to The Help by Kathryn Stockett in my mind. Now that I educated myself about black representation. It makes me wonder if The Help would have got the same hype if the author had a different skin tone? However, that’s a thought for another post.
He saw the lights first. Blue and red, flashing in a regular pattern. Lots of them, scattered south of the station in the parking lot, and he couldn’t help himself.
Moss had boarded the train in San Francisco that afternoon expecting nothing out of the ordinary, just a normal ride home with his best friend, Esperanza. The train was crowded, plenty of people eager to get back home at the end of the weekend. They’d been lucky to find an empty set of seats near one of the doors. Moss had leaned his bike up against the side of the car and scrambled to claim the spot next to Esperanza. But then their luck had worn off. The train now sat motionless, caught between the Embarcadero station and West Oakland, where both of them were bound. Moss closed his eyes and sighed.
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