Thomas Stratten, an African American journalist for the Washington Post, narrates his humble beginnings with his childhood friend, Anthony Lewis. The thirty-something Stratten purports how Anthony, also known as Pee Wee, experienced psychological trauma as a child when he was exposed to a horrific crime. The trauma occurred when Pee Wee burst into his parents' bedroom after hearing a loud quarrel, and witnessed his father stabbing his mother to death in a jealous rage. The murder haunted the young adolescent for the rest of his life.
As Pee Wee grew into an adult, he traveled down a turbulent, winding road of violence and destruction. As a result of his turmoil, he made very poor choices throughout his life. Even though Pee Wee's career path differed tremendously from his, Thomas's unwavering loyalty and support never diminished. The story is about life, friendship, and choices.
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