Review for Ghetto by M. L. Sparrow
Sunny Beaumont is the daughter of the president and lives a privileged life in the city. An expert at computers and other technology, Sunny spends her downtime building things. When she decides to put together an old typewriter, she find the piece she needs at a dump. Unfortunately the dump is in the Ghetto, an area where the criminal element is sent.
When she attempts to sneak inside, Sunny is caught and held hostage by the Ghetto folk. Sunny gets the opportunity to see how the other side lives and what they go through to survive. While there she meets Sin, the leader, whom she starts to have feelings for.
M. L. Sparrow once again creates a great lead character who is believable and enjoyable to read about. Sunny is tough and faces a difficult situation, but still finds compassion for the people in the Ghetto. I thoroughly enjoyed this book and would definitely recommend it.
C. Lee McKenzie
31/8/2015 10:46:02 am
Sounds interesting as a story. I'm a bit confused by the cover, however. It doesn't seem to reflect what the story's about.
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