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This may sound odd, given the topic matter, but Tod Goldberg achieves a certain sophistication in his language while writing about all that murder and mayhem in GANGSTER NATION. Obviously he could have gone the total full frontal shoot ‘em up. But instead Goldberg got inside his protagonist’s mind and explored his ongoing (and readily relatable) problems of identity and desire. Throw in a subplot of the effects of organized crime on American society and the ever evolving debate on religious freedom and you have much more to digest than your usual run-of-the-mill crime novel. Plus, let’s face it. Sequels are hard. Most times the second book is judged not by its quality, but by its quality compared to the quality of the first book. Like as if it couldn't be considered as a stand-alone piece of work. Fortunately GANGSTER NATION is just as powerful and compelling as GANGSTERLAND (maybe even better). If you haven’t already gotten into this series, you should do so now.
I have only read up to chapter 8 so far. This book is such a amazing read its such a hard book to place down. It is definitely a root for the "bad guy" kind of story. I'm so excited for the up coming chapters it's about Larry's life in federal prison. I will post another review when I finish the book. Suych a amazing read!
Where do I start ? I was just browsing through the real crime section, and came across the name, Peter Golenbock. If you follow sports like I do, Mr. Golenbock is one of the "Zen Masters" of perfect sports writing. His most famous book, at least among Yankee fans, is a Fresh York sports classic, titled "The Bronx Zoo". That being said, when he and Mr. Larry Lawton met each other, he must have known that his literary genius, could (or had to) tell this story. Well Mr. Golenbock, you belted this book into the seats, where Mantle took Jack Fischer years ago. It has never been easier for me to praise a book, like "Gangster Redemption". It is a roller coaster par excellance. I do not wish to give away to much of this book. The topic is one Larry (not Lawrence) Lawton. He would be the first one to tell you to take the pretenses, and shove them where the "sun don't shine". Larry Lawton creates such a depth of crime and prison despair, that you think the Redemption part of this treatise will never come. One Larry Lawton will be dead, by the end of this criminal roller coaster. He has lead a life of one hundred bills falling out of his pocket, to countless trips to isolation, in some (or most) of the prisons across this amazing land of ours. Not the one of justice for individuals, who are cleansed clean from cold blooded murder, because they are blessed with privilege, monetary means, and the "Murderers Row" of Attorney's. He is shackled with the one that finds you guilty because you are jewel thief (the best ever, if you are keeping score) and habitual criminal, who besides almost dying in prison,is degraded to the point of guards urinating on him. How does he respond? He wipes off the clothing of scum he has worn, and proceeds to dedicate his life to helping inmates, who he visualizes first hand, being treated in a manner to graphic for me to describe. How about an inmate with no legs, covered in his own excrement because Guards will not even serve him his food. Yes, Mr. Lawton is a criminal, and tells you so. However, he is intuitive enough to know where degradation begins, and the justice system fails to treat inmates with a scintilla of humanity. He is not asking nor telling anyone convicted to be set free. Today, he has dedicated his life in helping "build a bridge" towards a better way. He emphasizes that not all Guards are sadistic and "get off" preying on the incarcerated. On the contrary, he dedicates his life to channeling his own deep bruises of incarceration to asking the powers that be, and all who will listen, that their has got to be a better way. He has in no method denied his guilt, he spends his life, trying to connect to young adults,and hopes they will not test to defend theirs, after it is to late. Henceforth,they are trapped in the revolving door of our prison system, where living with dignity can obtain you killed. Seldom has a book moved me like this one. It is a private journey to Hell, and back. Mr. Lawton is not happy with release, he visualizes hope where their is none. He has more humanity then our show day leaders, who never read the credo created popular by Robert F. Kennedy. "Some people see things, and say why? I see things and say why not?" I recommend this page turner without reservation and know that in a excellent world, it would be needed reading for every young adult in this amazing country, that can always strive to be more humane and civil to all people. A six star read!!!
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