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The anticipated return to Tyrell's story now in paperbackTyrell's father is just out of jail and Tyrell doesn't know how to deal with that It's bad enough that his brother Troy is in foster care a. Coe Booth has been one of my very favorite storytellers ever since I read Tyrell Kendra also was magnificent Bronxwood blew me away Every word coming from Tyrell s mind rings so true I could be walking in my neighborhood hearing 16 yr old kids talk Coe never judges her characters She lets them be who they are She never preaches or tries to teach a lesson She lets you decide for yourself whether or not the characters are on the right track Whether or not you like what the characters are up to you love them You feel for them in such an immediate way You laugh with them a lot too the humor is so great relayed by a wise soul of a writer Coe s ear for dialogue her characters voices all remarkable And she gives the characters a fast placed plot to live in Bronxwood is devastatingly awesome an absolutely phenomenal read I loved this book Paul Griffin NYC 10 15 2011

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Bronxwood

Nd that his mother is no help whatsoever Now there's another thing up in his face just when he's trying to settle down Tyrell's father has plans of his own and doesn't seem to care whether or not. Bronxwood Book Review Coe Booth Tyrell is a young black teen living in Bronxwood New York with his drug dealer best friend Cal and Cal s older brother Although he s struggling to provide for himself his mother and get his younger brother Troy out of foster care he s trying not to be influenced by peer pressure and make an honest living by using his father s DJ euipment After his father is released from prison he wants to take back his responsibility as man of the house and Tyrell isn t having it Now in order to prove that he s grown enough to provide for himself and his family he has to find a way to continue DJing without his father s euipment Along with his complicated family life he also has an interesting love life He finds himself falling for one of his neighbors Adonna but he knows she only goes for big spenders I thought Bronxwood was a good book because it told the story of a normal teenager who struggles on a daily basis to take on adult responsibilities I especially liked how Coe Booth used improper grammar and slang to let readers know that Tyrell is still a teenager At the beginning of page 99 he starts the chapter by saying he only got one thing on my mind the rest of them Cocoa Puffs A few pages later Tyrell describes The day we was evicted from that apartment which tells how harsh his environment and daily struggles are I think teenagers from all backgrounds will enjoy reading Bronxwood because the book is about a teen so it would be easy for them to understand his struggles but I would recommend reading Tyrell first because Bronxwood is the seuel Also anyone who likes drama suspense or the highly acclaimed Bluford High series would like this book I rate Bronxwood 5 stars

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Tyrell wants to go along with them Tyrell can see the crash that's coming with his dad with the rest of his family with the girls he's seeing but he's not sure he can stop it Or if he even wants t. I wish authors wrote such books for teens a REAL urban fiction title geared at the teen market The dialogue and characters are so believable you fall right in This book had lots of dilemmas should Tyrell hang with Jasmine or keep trying to get with Adonna Or how about Novisha More importantly should he stay in the admittedly problematic apartment or move in this his also problematic parents What should a person do to get money


10 thoughts on “Bronxwood

  1. says:

    I can't tell you how excited I was to find out there was a 2nd book that followed Tyrell And this book lives up to the first oneTyrell is livi

  2. says:

    Coe Booth has been one of my very favorite storytellers ever since I read Tyrell Kendra also was magnificent Bronxwood blew me away Every word coming from Tyrell's mind rings so true I could be walking in my neighborhood hearing 16 yr old kids talk Coe never judges her characters She lets them be who they are She never preaches or tries to t

  3. says:

    Just back from Atlanta where he made some money DJing at parties Tyrell returns to New York as his father is being released from jail He immediately becomes involved in all sorts of romantic intrigue and relationship dynamics as well as economic dynamics since his two roommates brothers of the local pot distributor are also involved in its distribution Although I liked the responsible teen boy introduced in Coe Booth's earlier Tyrell and fe

  4. says:

    Wow Bronxwood is a fast paced and entertaining read for teens Tyrell is a funny warm likable yet tough character whose conflicts with family friends and girls will keep this book flying off the shelves I can't wait for book three My

  5. says:

    Bronxwood Book Review Coe Booth Tyrell is a young black teen living in Bronxwood New York with his drug dealer best friend Cal and Cal’s older brother Although he's struggling to provide for himself his mother and get his younger br

  6. says:

    First person to read this book at my school book one of the best should have made a series

  7. says:

    Tyrells father just got out of jail and tyrell doesn't really know how to handle that His little brother Troy is now in foster care and tyrell is having problems with his dad What I liked in this book was that it was very real the things that happened in this book can happen to anyone My favorite character was

  8. says:

    Coe Booth strikes againBRONXWOOD is a very engaging seuel to TYRELL Tyrell navigates through incredibly difficult circumstances that

  9. says:

    I wish authors wrote such books for teens a REAL urban fiction title geared at the teen market The dialogue and characters are so believable you fall right in This book had lots of dilemmas should Tyrell hang with Jasmine or keep trying to get with Adonna? Or how about Novisha? More importantly should he stay in the admittedly problematic apartment or move in this his also problematic parents What should a person do t

  10. says:

    Booth's writing reminds me of SE Hinton well written stories of kids caught up in street culture living in poverty who narr