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1 McCrary, Dean Lost in Atlanta (Author Signed)
Black Reality Pub Llc 2005 0977068706 / 9780977068708 First Edition; Second Printing Paperback Very Good with no dust jacket Signed by Author
Inscribed and signed by Rikeem Wilburn. ; 0.87 x 8.35 x 5.51 Inches; 356 pages; It is estimated that roughly five hundred people move to Atlanta Georgia per day. Many come in search of a new life; others arrive as a means of escape from the monotony of their former lives, anxiously awaiting any opportunity to recreate, and lose themselves within the vast newness that has become Atlanta Georgia. Brian, Glenn, Malik, and, Sean are four such individuals who also came to Atlanta for many of the same reasons. Their story however, is unique in that they came to Atlanta in an attempt to embrace change only to discover that in order to make a change one must first be willing to change:

Brianís constant attempts at buying love would ultimately lead him to discover that real love is priceless.

Glennís arrogant love quest coupled with his inability to control his lustful desires is what will make him become his own worst enemy.

Malikís resentment, and contempt for the shallow nature of young black women became the reason for his treatment of them as objects, and prevented him from opening up and allowing himself to be loved.

Fate steps in just as Sean attempts to start a family and convert to living a quality life; bringing it all to an abrupt end.; Signed by Author 
Price: 12.97 USD

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