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100 Years: A Journey to End a Vicious Cycle By Mark L. Baynard,

  • Title: 100 Years: A Journey to End a Vicious Cycle
  • Author: Mark L. Baynard
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 320
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • 100 Years, A Journey to End a Vicious Cycle is a true story of how one family wasted than one hundred years in prison As a teenager, Mark got involved with drugs and the street life His decisions eventually led him to prison After serving fifteen years of his life in prison, Mark decided that he wanted a better life Mark started to make responsible choices in100 Years, A Journey to End a Vicious Cycle is a true story of how one family wasted than one hundred years in prison As a teenager, Mark got involved with drugs and the street life His decisions eventually led him to prison After serving fifteen years of his life in prison, Mark decided that he wanted a better life Mark started to make responsible choices in his life During this process, Mark realized that his dad, his younger brother, a few of his cousins, collectively wasted than one hundred years in prison Mark understands the devastation that this curse has on his family He also knows that this problem is not limited to his family but is a society issue Mark shares his journey of ending this cycle in order to prevent others from experiencing the same fate.
    Years A Journey to End a Vicious Cycle Years A Journey to End a Vicious Cycle is a true story of how one family wasted than one hundred years in prison As a teenager Mark got involved with drugs and the street life His decisions even

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    1. I received a copy of the book in exchange of an honest review.When I subscribe to this giveaway, I didn t notice it was a memoir.So when I received the book I was not sure about it.Then I ve started it At first I wasn t really interested But then, the I read the I liked it It turn out to be really interesting.Sometime life isn t easy, but we made it difficult by our own choices.Mark tried to make us understand that in life we must be responsible for our actions and that we must suffer the con [...]

    2. Memoir of an inner city youth who grew up in the projects and on the street As a preteen drug user, Mark s ambition was to be a hustler, and he made it happen After he was busted and sent to prison the first time, he returned to the streets as a hustler, but not a user During his second stint in prison, Mark realized the men in his family spent a combined 100 years in prison, had a baby daughter, and decided to move in a different direction He started reading, got his high school diploma, and fo [...]

    3. Difficult not to feel sorry for Mark, but difficult to feel much empathy for him either He decided to do what he liked as a young man, and if prison was a consequence, why not He describes his awakening in his book, how he decided o get out of he vicious circle and get his GED, go to college, get a job The writing felt very flat for me though I expected to feel sympathy for his courage I did not, I remained outside, wondering how such a kid could end up hustling and not caring for years.

    4. I received a copy of this book free from the good reads first reads program I really enjoyed the story and I thought that Marks honesty was incredible Anyone looking for a book that is a non fiction and is looking for an an honest, inspiring story should read this book.

    5. The writing could have been better, but it kept my interest and helped give a little insight into the lives of some loved ones that have similar struggles.

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