Download pdf The Hate U GiveAuthor Angie Thomas –

A Three Time Winner Of Goodreads Choice AwardsSixteen Year Old Starr Carter Moves Between Two Worlds The Poor Neighborhood Where She Lives And The Fancy Suburban Prep School She Attends The Uneasy Balance Between These Worlds Is Shattered When Starr Witnesses The Fatal Shooting Of Her Childhood Best Friend Khalil At The Hands Of A Police Officer Khalil Was Unarmed.Soon Afterward, His Death Is A National Headline Some Are Calling Him A Thug, Maybe Even A Drug Dealer And A Gangbanger Protesters Are Taking To The Streets In Khalil S Name Some Cops And The Local Drug Lord Try To Intimidate Starr And Her Family What Everyone Wants To Know Is What Really Went Down That Night And The Only Person Alive Who Can Answer That Is Starr.But What Starr Does Or Does Not Say Could Upend Her Community It Could Also Endanger Her Life. The Hate U Give

About the Author: Angie Thomas

Angie Thomas was born, raised, and still resides in Jackson, Mississippi as indicated by her accent She is a former teen rapper whose greatest accomplishment was an article about her in Right On Magazine with a picture included She holds a BFA in Creative Writing from Belhaven University and an unofficial degree in Hip Hop She can also still rap if needed She is an inaugural winner of the Walt

10 thoughts on “The Hate U Give

  1. Chaima ✨ شيماء Chaima ✨ شيماء says:

    When you re reading books like The Hate U Give, you re reading someone s decision against silence.This book has made me feel every single possible emotion at the same time It was truly incredible and I have SO MUCH to say about it I wish I could actually just send everyone a howler containing the entire script of this book instead What s the point of having a voice if you re gonna be silent in those mom

  2. Emily May Emily May says:

    The truth casts a shadow over the kitchen people like us in situations like this become hashtags, but they rarely get justice I think we all wait for that one time though, that one time when it ends right.Maybe this can be it. There are those books that are important and timely, worthy of reading because of the social and or political message that they send They fill a gap in the market they make waves

  3. Drew Drew says:

    This is a book I ve been avoiding reviewing.I finished The Hate U Give a while back, rated it two stars, but never dared write any of my thoughts about it why Because every single review I ve seen of this book is 4 stars or above and showers it in seemingly endless praise When it seems like you re the only person in the world who didn t like a book, reviewing it can be a little intimidating.Also, this book focuse

  4. Emma Giordano Emma Giordano says:

    This is a MUST READ for 2017 releases.I absolutely adored this book I truly don t feel like it has a single flaw Every topic addressed was approach so wonderfully and did not hold back If you re looking for a diverse read that stands out amongst most YA, The Hate U Give is the book for you.I love Starr Carter so much She s honestly such an inspiration to girls looking to find their voice She is resilient, a

  5. Kai Kai says:

    What s the point of having a voice if you re gonna be silent in those moments you shouldn t be Every white person on this planet needs to read this book Lack of opportunities Corporate America don t bring jobs to our communities, and they damn sure ain t quick to hire us Then, even if you do have a high school diploma, so many schools in our neighbourhoods don t prepare us well enough Our schools don t get

  6. Lola Lola says:

    A hairbrush is not a gun This doesn t make any sense And I hope that to you, too, it will not make any sense.Starr may only be sixteen, but she has already witnessed two murders in her life the first of a young black girl in a drive by and the second of a young black boy shot multiple times by a cop.While she was in the car Even though they didn t do anything wrong Even though he was unarmed A hairbrush is n

  7. Hailey (Hailey in Bookland) Hailey (Hailey in Bookland) says:

    This was such a heartbreakingly honest account of what is happening in America right now As a white reader, the experience this story affords its readers cannot be taken for granted Inspired by the Black Lives Matter movement, this book takes you into the heart of Garden Heights after the main character has witnessed the wrongful murder of her best friend Khalil by a police officers Being Canadian, as well as being white, I

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  9. Sabaa Tahir Sabaa Tahir says:

    A thoughtful, honest and fantastic book One of 2017 s shining stars for sure Highly, highly recommend.

  10. Melanie Melanie says:

    It has taken me a long while to compose this review, because this book is the most powerful book I ve ever read It is important, educational, and happening in our world right now as you re reading this review If you can only read one book in 2017, please pick this one This book is inspired by the BlackLivesMatter movement, where sixteen year old Starr witnesses her best friend, who is an unarmed black boy, be killed by a police offic

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