EMAKO BLUE is a strong second novel for Brenda Woods and a worthy follow-up to her award-winning debut, THE RED ROSE BOX. Emako is. The Paperback of the Emako Blue by Brenda Woods at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $ or more!. Readers can become immersed not only in the story of Emako’s short life, but that of Monterey, her middle-class friend; Jamal, a “player” with.
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This book was enako sad. But,when you read the rest and get to know her story,and what happened before her death,its even sadder,because you get to know her,and then you miss her.
Quick Pick This is a story about a talented up and coming singer named Emako Blue. See 2 questions about Emako Blue….
Normally, I find books with numerous POV to be annoying, especially wmako the author doesn’t do it right but thank God Ms.
She understood the burden of a boy named Eddie’s family like the back of a book. She would always be messing with Emako about Jamal and she wouldnt be nice. Brenda Bule writes a suspenseful urban novel that will have you connecting and relating with each character.
Overall,this is emzko very good book that i recommend for others to read. There are huge problems with not even the president wanting to face. Emako shows young teenage girls that no matter what you go through or even where you live has nothing to do with your future in this awesome book titled Emako Blue by Brenda Woods.
Sep 19, Anjelica rated it really liked it.
The reader gets to see the characters perspective. You can tell these might be happening in real life today by the society the characters live in.
This is a very unique novel. Emako had a wonderful life, and was even offered a record deal at one of her schools’ performances. Why does such a large proportion of America think it’s fair to have the rich leaping at huge tax cut windfalls funded by record deficits–irretrievably widening the gap between the two Americas–while the urban poor of that “other America” continue to jump at every loud noise, hoping that it won’t be the last noise they hear?
High schools — Juvenile fiction. This book pictures a young girl named Emako Blue, in which the author, Brenda Woods, writes about events that lead up to Emako’s death through the eyes of her and her friends.
Jul 10, Mrs. To ask other readers questions about Emako Blueplease sign up. Emako had an older brother who wasn’t exactly what you would call a “role model”. Sadly, this all changed by the time she was Beleive me you won’t want to emalo this book down for not even one second! This story was written from different point of views from Emako’s best friend Monterey, Eddie who was a friend of hers and also Monterey’s crush, Savannah who never really liked Emako and there was also Jamal who was willing to end his player-ways to be wit Emako Blue was supposed to be a superstar.
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Their names are Emako,Monterey,Eddie,and Jamal. With spare prose and ghetto slang, Woods targets her characters with pinpoint emotional accuracy, giving emaoo a reality that should reach a diverse population of young readers.
They all meet at school in different situations. Emako Blue was supposed to be a star. Her brother has been a trouble maker, Quick Pick This is a story about a talented up and coming singer named Emako Blue.
She was the only girl Jamal cared about, the one who saw through his player act. In alternating voices, four young people talk about Emako, revealing something about their own very different lives.
However, one day something tragic happens to Emako Blue that no one will never ever forget! Emako Blue may be the best book I’ve ever read. Brenda Woods did a mighty work on the novel Emako Blue.
Emako Blue is a book that shows different views of different characters through chapters. One or more items could not be added because you are not logged in. Sep 03, Rickaela Randle rated it it was amazing.
Monterey a friend, freshmenJamal a lover, seniorEddie someone that understood her, senior and Savannah a rival, senior come to together to tell the story that led up to this event in the bad side of Central Los Angeles. Jamal, and Emqko wants to finish high school and move on. Emako Blue was talented, she had a job and she was successful at everything she did, as for her family however, you wouldnt be able to say the same.
Emako Blue was supposed to be a star. This tells us that if we can not avoid accidents to happen, we can avoid leave a regret after an accident if we had done more.