Summertime in Murdertown

Summertime in Murdertown

Written by: David Gunn

  • Publisher: BookBaby
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1543959407
  • ISBN-13: 9781543959406
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Book Summary

Born and raised in Flint, Michigan, David Gunn is proud to have grown up in a city facing constant adversity, and to represent a community whose government knowingly poisoned its citizens for years. Now, he pulls back the curtain on Flint´┐Żlike only those born and raised there can do. His advice is poignant and timely, and urges readers to never stop working through the struggle. To not create a back-up plan, and to cross the bridge and burn it behind them. To define the things they want and run toward them. Like Laura Jane Grace's Tranny and Rob Rufus' Die Young With Me, Summertime in Murdertown is part memoir, part ethnography. It sheds light on what it means to grow up amid constant violence and poverty and serves as a voice to those struggling to survive as we navigate this unpredictable and often cruel world in search of inspiration.

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