As she grows older, Winter absorbs the lifestyle of her parents and joins the new-generation of troublemakers. Just as with The Coldest Winter Ever, I found myself unable to put this novel down. I also think Souljah created this to juxtapose to borrow one of the vocab words Porsche picked up in the book a path of earning wealth, status and fame through legitimate means and positive talents as opposed to the drug dealer's path. She is fighting to stay alive, and her only desire is to be held by her mother, to take care of the twins, and to be in the company of Winter and her father Ricky again. Sister Souljah opens her doors to Winter and shares a new way of life, broader than the 24-hour mindset.
The story is told from her perspective in slang that is highly influenced by hip-hop and black culture. She creates worlds, educates, teaches life lessons, allows you to travel, and gives her readers invaluable lessons about life through character osmosis. I also feel like though I despised the scenes in the Juvenile Detention center, Porsche stabbed a woman in the neck and paralyzed her. A Deeper Love Inside: The Porsche Santiaga Story is the long-awaited sequel to Sister Souljah's bestseller, The Coldest Winter Ever. Yeah, she enjoyed dancing, but professionally? My stories travel the landscape of both urban and suburban society. I work with academically gifted children and their thinking is very very advanced.
She became an international dancing superstar a la Josephine Baker? Those looking for a thought-provoking book will not be disappointed. Frighteningly fierce, raw, and filled with completely unpredictability, this coming-of-age adventure is woven with emotional intensity. She keep pushing how one should act. The only thing that did kind of annoy me was how extremely fictional it was. Cut from the same cloth as her father, Ricky Santiaga, Porsche is also a natural-born hustler. Winter was herself as usual. A Deeper Love Inside challenges readers to follow Porsche's example and find love for themselves and then to magnify that into love for their family, friends, and neighbors.
Bouncing from foster home to foster home and following an unfortunate incident, Porsche lands in juvenile prison where she learns the rules of survival the hard way. She is eventually arrested while pregnant and is angry when Winter turns her back on her. Others will applaud Sister Souljah for her prose, her growth, her strength, her integrity and her depth of character. A Deeper Love Inside, while good didn't make quite the impression. This provides an interesting paradox in the book because she clings to her dancing for strength, yet often does not have the strength to do much else, collapsing regularly as a result. That took up a whole chapter.
What we are left with is a little girl with spilt personalities that would have left Sybil confused. It was descriptive without crazy amounts of adjectives. The pawns are what makes this story grow. The second half of the book has Porsche back in her old Brooklyn neighborhood, after a crazy escape from juvenile jail essentially pulled off by children, trying to find and then save her mother. Winter realizes that Porsche would have to learn on her own. I do not liek how they did not go into what excatly happened with Porches' suicide attempt.
I wish that they would have dealt with the Siri issue more. But when a cold Winter wind blows her. Those looking for a probable story, whether about an innocent child or a grown woman, will be disappointed. Um, not true with Porsche. The Coldest Winter Ever Epilogue Being sentenced to 15 years in a maximum-security penitentiary is not sufficient for Winter to abandon the only life she has ever known. To view it, Sister Souljah's A Coldest Winter Ever was one of the first books I ever read. It is difficult to wrap your head around some of Porsche's exploits, even as you accept her as awesome and incredible, you are frequently doubting the possibility of it all.
I've seen some reviews complaining about the Siri character but she's a necessary component of the story because it is w Great Read! Her father as the head of this criminal organization is very good at — a skill that grants him position and influence. He is depicted as an initially successful man who lets greed and his vices overpower him. Tanefa Wallace The Nitty Gritty: This is being herald as the sequel to the Coldest Winter Ever. She was forced to grow up quickly, and at times you forget that the narrator is a child. I can't believe that they know what they know. Then other parts, years even, were simply glossed over, a mere memory Porsche reflect on. The magnitude of the situation Winter find herself in, is of devastating effect.
Passionate and loyal to the extreme, she refuses to accept her new life in group homes, foster care, and juvenile detention after her family is torn apart. I like the fact that she focused on the other Santiaga daughter, Porsche. Also, 'The Coldest Winter Ever' and even Souljah's memoir 'No Disrespect' were a bit more enjoyable throughout compared to this book. For example: how did Midnight transition after his return from Japan with his wives Akemi and Chiasa, to now being the guardian of two young girls? S critical view of the prison system and its workers come across clear as a sledge hammer to the head. Porsche only befriends those she can trust, those who can help her, and those to which she also have benefit in their lives.
Midnight: Young yet strategic worker for Ricky Santiago. At last, mega-bestselling author Sister Souljah delivers the stunning sequel to The Coldest Winter Ever. On the way to Maryland with Bullet, she gets arrested for possession and distribution of drugs. I expected her to be vain, like her mother Lana. But what can I say? Quick-witted, sexy, and business-minded, she knows and loves the streets like the curves of her own body. At last, mega-bestselling author Sister Souljah delivers the stunning sequel to The Coldest Winter Ever. This got way too materialistic since it had to be given in detail the brand of clothes, the extent of the fame, the money and businesses owned, and the places traveled.