Retaliation: A Novel

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An American Library Association, Top 10 Quick Pick for Reluctant Readers, Retaliation tells the story of 17 year old, Tashera Odom who is brutally attacked by people she doesn't know. Everyone in the community, school, and even her family wants to retaliate. But does she? Retaliation exposes how one act of violence can impact an entire group of people. More

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About Yasmin Shiraz

I'm an author and an award winning filmmaker. I write books that are inspired by the things that I witness in life. I used to own an entertainment magazine, Mad Rhythms. My first book, The Blueprint for My Girls was taken from my teenage journals. My second book, The Blueprint for My Girls in Love was inspired by all the relationship issues that me and my friends had from high school and through college.
So far in my career, I've had two really GREAT breakthrough books: The Blueprint for my Girls and my first young adult fiction book, Retaliation. Retaliation was named as a Top Ten Quick Pick for Reluctant Young Adult Readers by the American Library Association.

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Retaliation follows the life story of Tashera Odom a teen girl who gets jumped by a group of girls when she is a senior in high school.

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Review by: Dee Cherry on June 13, 2015 :
Retaliation was a well told story as one person's actions caused a plethora of reactions. From the detailed nature of the incident until the resolution, Yasmin Shiraz provided an examination of a problem that is frequently seen.. This book is one that should be read by young & old as it deals with some of the consequences when bad decisions are made. I enjoyed reading this story as I found myself completing it in just a few hours due to the stimulating storyline, content & characters. I've had this book for a while & my only regret is I didn't read it sooner.
(reviewed 5 months after purchase)
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