In her book, PS – Never Give Up Hope, author Renata Hannans shares with us much needed insight behind 10 cases of young offenders who are serving hefty sentences for their (alleged) crimes. This book provides an intimate view of these police cases as they are all written from the perspective of the offender, him- or her- self. This select group of prisoners each brings a different situation to the forefront. Each story draws forth emotions within any reader who can relate based on personal experience with the wrong side of the law or by being knowledge of a family member or friend who has experienced such issues.
The book is an advisable addition to the collections of any who find themselves in a leadership position with children and teenagers of all cultures–It is encouraged that all parents, educators and community leaders read this book and encourage their students to do the same.
Renata Hannans does a surperb job of bringing to the reader’s attention facts that are many times overlooked. There are numerous instances where mitigating details of crime are not brought to our attention at all, and if they are, they are many times fashioned in the most negative ways. One positive outcome of this is the fact that Mrs. Hannans, who does not condone crime, has put in considerable effort to shed light on such situations. She has done so in an entertaining format where we not only learn full details but we learn these things through the voice of the those committing the offenses themselves.
They are the following:
Chapter 1: Free Lil Eddie
Chapter 2: 14 doing 70
Chapter 4: Daddy Died, Momma Tried
Chapter 5: Never Use Drugs
Chapter 6: Speaking from Death Row
Chapter 7: Product of My Environment
Chapter 9: Guilty by Association
Chapter 10: The Hustler, The Rapper, The Man
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Never Give Up Hope…
This is not just a book, it’s a movement.
– Renata Hannans, Author