Gone 'til November

Gone 'til November

Book - 2016
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The rap superstar details the circumstances that led to his year-long incarceration at Rikers Island and his experiences during his imprisonment, sharing insights into his daily rituals, interactions with other inmates, and efforts to stay positive.
Publisher: New York, New York : A Plume Book, 2016
ISBN: 9780735212114
Branch Call Number: 921 Lil
Description: 159 pages ; 23 cm
Alternative Title: Gone until November


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May 23, 2018

This book made me say, "Oh my gosh. This looks interesting. I want to read this." So I did. It was interesting to read. Lil Wayne provided much insight on what life was like during his incarceration. He also describes the trouble he went through. I would have to say that to write of his experiences one hundred fifty-nine times takes a lot of determination. Furthermore, with the handwriting that he used and the length of some of his entries, I have determined that Lil Wayne can write.

Jul 24, 2017

"Weezy's" book was nothing less than exceptional in my eyes. I never knew he had this side in him, this book really brings out the unheard story of "Weezy F. Baby" a.k.a Lil Wayne.


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