Card House: The First Hand
Card House: The First Hand is an urban fiction/dramatic comedy by Author J. Maurice based on a family from the communities of Chicago who has all individually been dealt their own fair share of “bad hands”. The story is told in the words of Alicia, the middle daughter in the Yarbrough family who is living a secret life alongside her physically abusive boyfriend J-Ace, all while serving as a crutch...
Paperback: 130 pages
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (July 31, 2012)
Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.3 x 9 inches
Amazon Rank: 13757827
Format: PDF ePub djvu book
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“I hate leaving bad reviews but this book was awful. In the beginning it seemed like it was going to be pretty good, but J Ace storyline didn't seem like a good fit for the rest of the story. There was NO editing, sentence structure was all bad, spell...”
..for her older sister who is fighting to save her marriage as she battles her life altering addiction. Simultaneously, the youngest sister, Denise receives praise and guidance from their father, James now that she has graduated from high school, yet he insists on channeling his bitter rage toward his son, Junior who has returned from Iraq instead of acknowledging his own unspeakable past which soon resurfaces…and that’s only a few face cards out of the suit! Card House was written to be entertaining, but also to be something to reflect on and as a means to heal the inner pains and disappointments of the past so that you can learn to forgive and also laugh at the moments that were once painful.