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TOO YOUNG TO DIE: The Story of Jos?

Margot Webb

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ISBN 10: 0595287867 / ISBN 13: 9780595287864
Published by iUniverse, Inc., 2003
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Title: TOO YOUNG TO DIE: The Story of Jos?

Publisher: iUniverse, Inc.

Publication Date: 2003

Book Condition:Very Good

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Murder! It's Christmas Day and Jose's brother lies dead on the street. Shot - by a member of his own gang.Jose's father is an abusive alcoholic who terrorizes his wife and children. Luis, leader of the Treces gang, approaches Jose and promises to make his life better so he can take care of his family.Jose is a teen and would like nothing better than to become a real man even if it means joining a gang.He discovers how hard the initiation is, how dangerous his life becomes and how often he is betrayed.He is forced to sell drugs and finds himself in constant fear, but he promises to remain a gang member forever.Join Jose in this turbulent coming of age novel, as Too Young to Die builds to an explosive conclusion.

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Margot Webb worked with gangs in the Los Angeles area. After teaching in various schools and serving as an integration counselor, she came to understand the desperation of gang members. Margot Webb was born in Germany and came to the United States when she was ten years old. Her published books include Coping With Street Gangs, Drugs and Gangs, The Value of Loyalty, and Shadows at Noon?A story of love, terror, and escape.Margot Webb enjoys reading and music and lives with her husband in Valencia, California. She frequently travels abroad, and her book Shadows at Noon was translated into German and made into a play.

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