Wavering Between Extremes

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Arrested for selling a few kilograms of cocaine during his final year in law school, Herman shares a story of race, love, betrayal and his quest to live the American Dream. He explores the reasons why so many young Black males have a difficult time assimilating into mainstream American society. More

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About Herman Garner III

Herman Garner is on his way to becoming one of America’s most thought provoking public intellectuals. He is a public speaker, critic and the author of Wavering Between Extremes. He graduated from Youngstown State University with a BA in Accounting. He went on to graduate from Cleveland State University with a Masters Degree in Business Administration. Finally, he attended Cleveland Marshall College of Law.

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Review by: Brigitte Victoria on Sep. 15, 2017 :
I found this autobiography to be truly compelling! My heart wept for the child, his children and the young man that he became.
The authors erogenous misconduct, mishaps and missteps although overwhelming circumstances, were triumphantly endured to achieve "the American dream".
Great read! Powerful! Thought provoking!
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Review by: ClydeIA on Feb. 14, 2017 :
I have read several books in this category and this is one of the best. The writer commands the language in a way that makes you feel like you are actually there. For example, he said, the clouds rolled in pregnant with a violent storm, and, the words rolled out of his mouth and splashed against her thighs like hot marbles. In addition to that, the story is powerful and timeless. It contains a good amount of violence, drama, love, action and social commentary.
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Review by: Rose Rotan on June 6, 2012 :
This autobiography was definitely a good read. The author's honesty and writing style is refreshing and unique.
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