Achieving Street Fame and Fortune -- Author Sonny White Gives a Realistic Glimpse Into Detroit Michigan
EAST POINTE, Mich. - Ever since the riots of the sixties, Detroit has been the standard for which violence and illegal activities throughout the country have been measured. Join author Sonny White as his explosive book, Sonny White’s Urban Fruit Manuscripts, takes a trip to the past through the murderous streets of Detroit where Robin Hood steals from the poor, or anyone else, on a perilous journey to achieve street fame and fortune.
Sonny White’s Urban Fruit Manuscripts is a collection of short stories, which focus on the turbulent, aggressive 1980’s in the author’s hometown, Detroit Michigan. It was during this time that armed robbery amongst the youth was an all time high and crack cocaine made its way into the neighborhood. The crack cocaine epidemic of the mid-80s has made already dangerous neighborhoods hostile beyond reasonable comprehension. The gangster ruled the streets and the bad guy always got the girl. Sure, the cops won more than their share of the battles, but not enough to deter up-and-coming would-be kingpins from chasing their interpretation of the American Dream.
This intriguing book depicts the struggle within one’s self to survive in a community where breaking the law, lying, cheating and unemployment are the rules rather than the exceptions. White’s realistic account captures the true essence of drug infestation and despair of his hometown. More often than not, lives were lost to violence, drug addiction or prison. Aside from a historical account, Sonny White’s Urban Fruit Manuscripts also provides a scintillating blend of romance, intrigue, economics, terror and all inspiring boldness.
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