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Teresa, Judy and Nancy

are under the spell of smoking Crack Cocaine. If you?ve ever been addicted to the pleasurable, but devastating narcotic you personally know how hard it is to kick or escape the destructive habit of using the drug.Those who have loved ones that have succumbed to the drug will understand why they behaved the way they did when they were using one of the most popular and dangerous substances of our day.

Trevor Karp is a major dealer in the story, and reaps what he sows in the selling of the devilish substance. A host of other characters are weaved into this story of hope and sobriety.Norton is a 44 year old writer that was born and raised in Jacksonville,Florida.He?s an ex-athlete that received a full scolarship to play collegiate basketball out of high school in 1984.

Keith?s main aim for writing Crack Spell was so that the youth wouldn?t be naive or ignorant about the most addictive narcotic of our day. He was also motivated about writing on the subject of crack-cocaine because of what the drug was doing to the community and those that are close to him.The only queens he?s ever known, his grandmother Ethel Noisette and his mother Angela ?Fuzz? Noisette raised the author with the mindset that with education one can do whatever they set their minds to. His aunt Beverly Robinson was also very instumental in his upbringing. To all of us that are living on God?s green earth the auhor states: Let?s love and care for each other, no matter what.Peace.

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    Good read, bad grammar.

    Had a good ending. A little to descriptive for a addict in recovery. Would have liked the ending to be a bit better and one character was forgotten about which was disappointing.


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