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28 Boys by Ashleigh Giannoccaro

28 Boys by Ashleigh Giannoccaro
Release Date: March 30, 2017
Underneath these gang tattoos beats a heart three times a year. I’m a slow puncture death, a murderer, a rapist, and a number. I killed my best friend. Death doesn’t stalk me, it walks ahead of me by twenty-eight paces.
I went home after I sold my soul to the devils. I thought life would begin, I was a free man, instead within days the bullets fly and my last hope dies with the slain. There is nothing left to live for in this world. I belong to the 28s, I’ll always belong to the 28s.
The woman across the road judges me, she hates me, and takes every opportunity to let me know it.
Yet, somehow, when grief etched our names down in the book of the dead, we dared be bold enough to find love.
I’m not a good man, and I’m not pretty. I come from the Cape Flats where my life was reduced to a prison cell number. In all this ugliness I found beauty, innocence, and forgiveness. I can’t forgive myself for the crimes I’ve committed, but I’ll die trying to earn hers.
In a world where nothing matters, she does.
28 Boys contains foreign language, and South Africanisms throughout the story, this was done to stay true to the nature of the characters and setting of the story. there are not typos they are intentional. 18+ due to content, and triggers.
Cover Design by Southern Stiles Design
Cover Photography by FrankysFunkyFotos
Cover Model Franklin Petersen
Review by Paula:
Ever read a book that will change your life forever? That reading it makes you look at your life and wonder why do I complain, why do I want certain things? This book is straight up raw and in your face about life as a gang member, a mom scared constantly about her son, living in the lowest of lowest where your never feel safe, but would do anything to just be able to live with happiness. This book made me cry like a baby has made me realize you truly never know anyone’s story about themselves. You will feel for the characters even might hate Francis. But in the end there are people who go through this daily. Francis and Engela’s  story will remain with me forever.  Deserves 10 stars 5/5 stars!

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