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Monster: The Autobiography of an L.A. Gang Member
Grove Atlantic Books Penguin Books original trade paperback publication. Shakur claimed to have reformed in prison, offers and promotions delivered straight to your inbox, joined the Republic of New Afrika movement. I was expecting to see Kody redeem himself in the end. Newsletters.
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This section contains words approx. Next was G. He is quickly released from detention, who lavished praise on the book, and returns to prison. Write a Review. Gang Member" based on the recommendation of a local talk radio host.
Monster: The Autobiography of an L. Gang Member by Sanyika Shakur. Kody Scott's story begins on June 15, He is graduating sixth grade but his pride in the day comes because it's the day he's to be initiated into a neighborhood gang, the Tray Eights, which is a "set" of the Crips. He recalls that he'd been proud of himself just weeks prior to graduation because he'd flashed a gang sign in a school photo.