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After Tupac & D Foster
Jacqueline Woodson
Teen Fiction WOODSON

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Salixa said:
Failure. This book was a total, depressing, failure. The plot has no point, there is no theme, and the ideas are so unrealistic, it’s hard to keep turning the page.
posted Nov 30, 2008 at 11:38AM
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main characters D Foster
Female
Age: 13
Orphan
Has had a troubled life, so she understands Tupac's music more than others; comes to a new school, but doesn't stay long as her real mother reunites with her and takes her away.
Student

Neeka
Female
Age: 13
African American
Has been a fan of Tupac's music; never understood his music till she met D; always has lived a safe life, unlike D.
Student



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