EMAKO BLUE is a strong second novel for Brenda Woods and a worthy follow-up to her award-winning debut, THE RED ROSE BOX. Emako is. The Paperback of the Emako Blue by Brenda Woods at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $ or more!. Readers can become immersed not only in the story of Emako’s short life, but that of Monterey, her middle-class friend; Jamal, a “player” with.
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I think the notion of that right has about as much validity today as does having slaves count as three-fifths of a person. She was the one who understood the burden of Eddie’s family.
The book starts off with Emako’s funeral I think. When i first starting reading this he best friend died and she talks about how they first met. These are the four things that really take affect in this story. I think that this book tries to portray a complex story in a short amount of time which I didn’t enjoy, but I enjoyed the story line and the characters.
That almost got me right there.
EMAKO BLUE by Brenda Woods | Kirkus Reviews
I hope this answered your question. Apr 02, Christine Kloss rated it it was amazing Shelves: Paperbackpages. But they will never know the perspective of the main character of the story which is Emako. In this story, Jamal, Eddie, and Monterey become Emako’s closest friends, leaving Savannah as the rival.
This book gives the reader different types of emotions just from the beginning. emajo
I could feel jealousy and lust creeping around the room, and when she finished singing the room was as quiet as a library at midnight. Emako could show you how its done! Santos called my name next. Summary Emako Blue was supposed to be a star. Emako had other problems at home like gang activity around her neighborhood which she got shot by and died at 15 years old and she had finicial problems at home. Eemako relations — Juvenile fiction. Since you heard the story through different people it was emxko to follow what was going on.
Her friends describe her as beautiful. Books by Brenda Woods. She was Monterey’s best friend. She was beautiful and good-hearted. Want to Read saving….
Emako Blue was a powerful girl that showed besides living in a broken down house and with no money you can still be happy with what you have. She talks drama, relationships and high school in the story.
bllue Emako who was the starting and ending point in the story was born in a very unsafe town. And i did not like this book because it was very sad and depressing.
I would recommend this book to young adults, or mature students because some scenes can be a little upper level.
Mar 09, Christine Gaza rated it it was ok. I really liked this book, it gave real situations and gave lots feelings. Refresh and try again. She was only fifteen when she died.
Sep 19, Marlie Renfort rated it it was ok. There was a problem adding your email address. Jamal, and Savannah wants to finish high school and move on.
It does make you cry in the end but it could become one of your favorite books as well.
It broke into pieces. Therefore I rate this book a 3 star because it just didn’t satisfy in the length aspect. The first few words of the first chapter said, “My friend Emako was supposed to be a star. With her confident attitude, emao nature, incredible singing voice, and exceptional beauty both inside and out, Emako makes a lasting impression on everyone.
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