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    FREE DOWNLOAD Ò BERNALAMOROCHO.CO ã Paul Volponi Rikers High (PDF) Don’t you think it would suck if you had to go to jail for a crime you didn’t mean to commit? The book Rikers High by Paul Volponi is a great book and it’s about a guy named Martin who goes to jail at 15 years old because of a setup The way this happened is he was sitting on his porch when some undercover cops came and asked him where to buy drugs Then the they arrested him five minutes later and then

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    Rikers High (PDF) FREE DOWNLOAD Ò BERNALAMOROCHO.CO ã Paul Volponi Paul Volponi ã 1 READ & DOWNLOAD Rikers High jumps right into what the life of a teen prisoner is like Martin Stokes after giving away information of a drug operatio

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    REVIEW Rikers High Paul Volponi ã 1 READ & DOWNLOAD FREE DOWNLOAD Ò BERNALAMOROCHO.CO ã Paul Volponi While the main character is learning valuable life lessons and the overall theme of the book may be that young people can choose to learn from mistakes theirs and others' this book just didn't deliver for me The characters remained shallow and underdeveloped which may have been intentional since it is the story of life in jail but it kept m

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    Rikers High (PDF) If I'm being honest about this book I did not think it was a very good book at all It constantly repeated itself in every chapter and I felt as if I was waiting for something exciting to happen in which nothing

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    Rikers High (PDF) This book was a very good page flipping book I liked how the other Paul Volponi introduced martin from a prison point of view and explained his life later on in his book The Author also made me feel like i was there and put Martin in teen situations related to me to make me understand the character The author also did good about martins scar on his face to make that a major problem martin had to go through But i liked how Martin g

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READ & DOWNLOAD õ Rikers High Martin was sitting on the front stoop of his apartment building minding his own business when he was arrested for something he didn't even mean to do Five months later he's still locked up on Rikers Island in a New York City jail Just when it seems things couldn't get much worse Martin is caught between. I m feeling triumphant right now I finished a great hardcover book that was beautifully written and under 300 pages in 24 hours I haven t achieved this in a very long time I think that I may have been in my late teens then but I was truly elated to have discovered this fantastic work of art about adolescents imprisoned in the highly dangerous penal institution near New York City at Rikers IslandIn this 246 page novel with 40 skillfully written chapters and a satisfying online exclusive epilogue author and journalist Paul Volponi vividly depicts the youth in a prison setting so realistically and in a three dimensional way If a person has never served a prison sentence visited a relative or friend in jail or prison there s a distinct difference or had much knowledge about what prison culture is actually like a reader could develop a lucid understanding by reading this entirely captivating bookThe young narrator and main protagonist is Martin Stokes a young black 17 year old boy whose intelligence courage and maturity are refreshing and he honestly illustrates what his experiences are being in the notorious Rikers Island prison candidly well There are funny moments believable characters and a few are likable and there are loathsome ones too The emotional realism and depth to the narrative is impressive and the dialogue resonates with superb authenticity among the adults and youth impeccablyFor me I believe that the only aspect about this finely wrought story that was predictable was found within the uplifting epilogue In contrast I was utterly stunned by the unforeseen climactic arc within the last vestiges of this deeply absorbing tale toward the end I cried It was poignant and what transpired was accidental or likely meant to be It s arguable or subjective but it s something that should spark conversation As I read this wonderful story I saw that Paul Volponi was accurate with the implicit statement that too many young men of color are imprisoned so disproportionately and the criminal justice system is woefully in a terrible state of disrepairAlthough I have graduated high school a long time ago I felt like I was back in school and I learned an excellent lesson from reading this entertaining and enjoyable book with faith in ourselves the willingness to succeed and an education we can overcome the past and cultivate a better future for ourselves that could inspire someone else to positively change at the same time and of course prison sucks How Money Became Dangerous jail Just when it seems things couldn't get much worse Martin is caught between. I m feeling triumphant right now I finished a great hardcover book that was beautifully written and under 300 pages in 24 hours I haven t achieved this in a very long time I think that I may have been in my late teens then but I was truly elated to have discovered this fantastic work of art about adolescents imprisoned in the highly dangerous penal institution near New York City at Rikers IslandIn this 246 page novel with 40 skillfully written chapters and a satisfying online exclusive epilogue author and Windburn journalist Paul Volponi vividly depicts the youth in a prison setting so realistically and in a three dimensional way If a person has never served a prison sentence visited a relative or friend in Knights vs Dinosaurs justice system is woefully in a terrible state of disrepairAlthough I have graduated high school a long time ago I felt like I was back in school and I learned an excellent lesson from reading this entertaining and enjoyable book with faith in ourselves the willingness to succeed and an education we can overcome the past and cultivate a better future for ourselves that could inspire someone else to positively change at the same time and of course prison sucks

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READ & DOWNLOAD õ Rikers High Two warring prisoners and his face is slashed Now he'll be forever marked with a prison scar One good thing comes from the attack Martin is transferred to a different part of Rikers where inmates are reuired to attend high school If Martin opens up to a teacher who really seems to care perhaps he'll lear. this books about a young kid with a drug charge sitting in the new york prison waiting to get out but his scentence keeps getting held back by his lawyer who he hates he gets slashed in the face when he was waiting for trial one day then his friend sanchez is getting sent up state and he thinks of a plan to fake a hanging to get him sent to a mental hospital so he wouldnt have to go but things didnt turn out right and he actualy died in the end 40 gets to go home

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READ & DOWNLOAD õ Rikers High N a lesson valuable than any taught in class An award winning author Paul Volponi is uniuely ualified to tell Martin's story because he taught on Rikers Island for six years He originally wrote Rikers for an adult audience The book has been revised for young adults and is being republished as Rikers High. If I m being honest about this book I did not think it was a very good book at all It constantly repeated itself in every chapter and I felt as if I was waiting for something exciting to happen in which nothing ever seemed to keep me interested in the book It was very slow and extremely predictable Although it did show an accurate representation of how the jail system works for minors it didn t portray everything that goes on It basically told a story about a boy who lived in the jail and continued to go to school and meet friends but nothing ever happened to him except for the one fight he accidentally got in the way of I did enjoy though when Martin received a letter from his father it was personal to him and was referred back to several times throughout the novel I liked what his father had said about traps and holes in the jail system because it s true not only in the book it s true in real life I do however wish that the book had just a little bit excitement but unfortunately it s not a book I would ever recommend to a friend or family member Buried Mountain Secrets jail system works for minors it didn t portray everything that goes on It basically told a story about a boy who lived in the The Deranged Cousins or Whatever jail and continued to go to school and meet friends but nothing ever happened to him except for the one fight he accidentally got in the way of I did enjoy though when Martin received a letter from his father it was personal to him and was referred back to several times throughout the novel I liked what his father had said about traps and holes in the Intuición jail system because it s true not only in the book it s true in real life I do however wish that the book had How Money Became Dangerous just a little bit excitement but unfortunately it s not a book I would ever recommend to a friend or family member

  • Hardcover
  • 246
  • Rikers High
  • Paul Volponi
  • English
  • 15 August 2020
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