By Sister Souljah
In her subsequent heart-pounding novel of ardour, possibility, temptation, and event, ny occasions bestselling writer Sister Souljah returns to the tale of Midnight.
Handsome, younger, Muslim, and married to 2 ladies dwelling in a single apartment with his mom, Umma, and sister, Naja: can middle of the night deal with? he's surrounded by means of american citizens who don't percentage or comprehend his religion or tradition, and adults who're angry via his adulthood, intelligence, or his ordinary skill to make his exertions become genuine funds. he's calm, convinced, and funky, Ninja-trained and robust, yet one second of rage throws this Brooklyn adolescence right into a darkish global of soiled police, gangs, weapons, medications, prisons, and prisoners. every little thing he ever believed, each greenback he ever earned, and the entire girls he ever loved—including his mother—are at risk.
Will his manhood be taken, damaged, or altered? Can he hold his religion one of the heathens? Outnumbered, overruled, and deeply envied—how can he in all probability live on? Will the streets convert him? What can he maintain? What needs to he lose?
In this heart-pounding experience, mystery, and extreme narrative, big apple occasions bestselling writer Sister Souljah has penned her so much passionate and engrossing novel thus far. uncooked and uncompromising, her storytelling highlights and ignites the continuing fight of younger males around the globe, to greater than live to tell the tale, yet to stay robust, to earn, to have the ideal to like and safeguard their households, to obtain justice, and to be loose.
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Extra resources for A Moment of Silence (Midnight Series, Book 3)
Oh, trust me. This kind of thing happens all the time. But it’s not supposed to happen to my sweater. Fuck. Fuck, fuck. I glare at the car. It turns smoothly and pulls into a space marked with a sign proclaiming that the spot is reserved for visitors of the Chancellor’s Office. Whoever’s inside, whoever is driving, is already off limits. My fists clench, but what am I supposed to do? Yell at some visiting official? Then the car door opens and the driver gets out. He’s tall and thin with sandy-blond hair.
I don’t know what to say. I don’t know what to think. Against my better judgment, that little spark of something ignites in my stomach. A flame dances, ready to catch fire. But I have to be vigilant. “On the contrary,” I hear myself say. “This morning, you cut in front of me in the parking lot. You were three inches from me. And…” I hold up my sleeve, showing the damage. He winces. “So when I said you didn’t see me, I meant it. ” His eyes shut. ” “It’s okay,” I tell him. ” 2. BLAKE The kitchen window of my house high up in the Berkeley Hills overlooks fog-shrouded waters, interrupted by the bulk of San Francisco to the south and the illuminated towers of the Golden Gate Bridge further north.
My little sister just started high school, and now everything she does will be part of her record for college. She does well when she’s on her meds. But my mom doesn’t always believe what doctors tell her. There’s a little bit of a pause. “Yes, yes,” my mother says. “We got it. ” My heart sinks. ” I try to sound calm. “Is Dad okay? ” I can remember the last time Dad’s leg acted up. It’s a painful, visceral memory—of Mom working two jobs while trying to keep her other projects afloat, of my father refusing to go to the doctor because he couldn’t afford the visit.