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Six young cousins learn the meaning of true survival, after being legally adopted by their grandmother, a wealthy- old woman, who retired from being a judge. With no one else to take them in, they are forced to do whatever she wants them to do in order to live in her house. Not wanting so badly to be split up, they keep quiet about being molested and abused both mentally and physically at home. Keisha, who was the oldest a disturbed alcoholic sixteen year old, soon to be mother of two, took most of the responsibility when it came to raising their four younger cousins. She would learn later in life how cruel people could be and that trust wasn’t the key to surviving. You’ll also fi nd out how these young cousins somehow managed to maintain without their parents or anyone else’s help in their diffi cult journey in life.

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