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You Can Rise Up [eBook]

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You Can Rise Up takes readers through the journey of the life of a girl named Carla. Henderson. Carla's life is one of pain, aggression and tragedy. Much of the ill fate that she experiences is due to the villain in the story, who is five years her senior, and who uses his guise of charm and charisma to woo her, then sets out to destroy her to achieve his own agenda. Carla's own disobedience and disregard for authority helps to steer her into the hands of this villain and along the wrong path. . . Read More Below

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You Can Rise Up takes readers through the journey of the life of a girl named Carla. Henderson. Carla's life is one of pain, aggression and tragedy. Much of the ill fate that she experiences is due to the villain in the story, who is five years her senior, and who uses his guise of charm and charisma to woo her, then sets out to destroy her to achieve his own agenda. Carla's own disobedience and disregard for authority helps to steer her into the hands of this villain and along the wrong path.

Carla's life is juxtaposed alongside the life of her childhood friend Aisha, whose life turned out in a way that is contrary to that of Carla's. Aisha is the model daughter, the perfect student and lives a very settled life - getting married early and starting a career as a teacher.

It is only after the murder of her father and her own near-death experience that Carla comes to the realization that she needs to rise up out of her dark life and be a better person.

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Author Karlene Steware
Publisher CLM
Publication Date No
ISBN 9781939268884
About the Author No
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