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The world is black and white, but Rilei tends to live in a gray area until life forces him to open his eyes. From his sheltered childhood to his rude awakening to reality, Rilei is forced to learn how to be a survivor in the ghetto streets of Akron, OH. Being a survivor also means that Rilei will have to learn how to accept that the world isn’t different shades of gray, and that he is on the wrong side of the black and white. When Rilei enters the criminal justice system, he finds it rigged against him from the beginning. Can Rilei tell his story and change the fate society has written for him? On the wrong side of the color line, is American justice possible, or is it just us?

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By: DaLena Slayton

Copyright © 2019 DaLena Slayton

Cover Art by David Slayton

Layout and Design by Emerald Design Co.

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ISBN: 9781703374681

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arethalee35: Great book enjoyed it

anubisandco13: I loved it! Except the fact that the chapter 12 is missing and that it definitely needs a third book!

Myra Miles: Sad but true. Just another reason as parents to try harder to build a safe and understanding relationship with our children so we as parents can help our children cope and get help in the event this happens to our child(ren) as well as press charges against the accused. Parents please take the ti...

Sara: i loved everything about this story. at the end, i could hardly finish it because of the tears pouring down my face. as i’m writing this, the tears are still flowing like a faucet.

Melinda Boswell: How does she survive all this?

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Gargi Thumparambil: Keep writing good stories. All the best

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