Random Family by Adrian Nicole LeBlanc

The book is an intimate exploration of urban life in the Bronx, focusing on the struggles of two women, their families, and their community. The narrative delves into the complexities of love, drugs, teenage pregnancy, and poverty, offering a raw and unflinching portrayal of the American underclass. It reveals the cycles of disadvantage and the impact of societal neglect on marginalized communities.

The 9569th greatest book of all time


Published
2003
Nationality
American
Type
Nonfiction
Pages
432
Words
143,000
Original Language
English

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