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Weepers Rk City housing project has unexpected ties to the unsolved disappearance of a young father walking home in those same projects with his son Angelo on Christmas Eve six years before The only witness to the cop killing is Angelo now while on his way to seek his own revenge in the early morning hours The killers know he saw them A series of gripping events forge a union between a priest a Mafia boss a police detective and Angelo

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Weepers å Rk City housing project has unexpected ties to the unsolved disappearance of a young father walking home in those same projects with his son Angelo on Christmas Eve six years before The only witness to the cop killing is Angelo now while on his way to seek his own revenge in the early morning hours The killers know he saw them A series of gripping events forge a union between a priest a Mafia boss a police detective and Angelo Ebook ✓ Weepers æ Nick Chiarkas

Mobi è Weepers☆ Paperback Nick Chiarkas grew up in the Al Smith housing projects in the Two Bridges neighborhood on Manhattan’s Lower East Side where Weepers takes place When he was in the fourth grade his mother was told by the principal of PS that “Nick is unlikely to ever complete high school so you must steer him toward a simple and secure vocation” Instead Nick became a writer with a few stops along the way.

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Nick Chiarkas æ Weepers Reader A gang member In the end Weepers shows us that the courage of the underdog despite fear and moral ambiguity will conuer intimidationWeepers has received finalist status for the Best Novel of by the Public Safety Writers AssociationPSWA the Midwest Independent Publishers Association MIPA best mysterythriller novel of the Best Young Adult Novel for by Bookvana and the Best Crossover Mystery Young Adult for the Best books Award

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  • Carla Johnson-Hicks

    Mobi è Weepers☆ Paperback Weepers Let me start by saying this is not the typical book I would read but I am glad I ventured out of my comfort zone for this one The story takes place in The Projects of New York during a time ripe with crime gangs and organized crime The disappearance of Angelo's father Mac on Christmas Eve is shrouded in mystery Could it be one of the gangs that surround the area in which Angelo lives or is it something sinister? Angelo his son and main character in the story always feels it is his fault that his father disappeared Weepers follows Angelo as the events of the past shape his future This book realistically depicts a slum neighborhood in the 1950's which is nestled between the Manhattan Bridge and the Brooklyn Bridge A gritty portrayal of what life might be like during the time period The Parish Priest sometimes steps over the edge for the greater good in this story The main gang in the st


  • Carleen

    Mobi è Weepers☆ Paperback Weepers This is a fast paced novel about a boy who's father suddenly disappears Christmas Eve and his vendetta against the gang who he suspects killed him and also raped his mother Talk about thrilling Angelo lives in the projects of New York where there are many gangs He was unaware but came to realize that before he was born his mother was kidnapped and raped by the prominent gang The Knights As he was only seven when his father disappeared that evening Angelo always thought that his father had hated him because he never had anything kind to say and was always abusive to his mother Angelo's father truly believed that Angelo was the product of the rape and not his son; however immediately before his disappearance he was kind and said You're a good kid Due to this show of love and affection Angelo felt the need to


  • William Bentrim

    Mobi è Weepers☆ Paperback Weepers Weepers by Nick ChiarkasGritty captivating and throat grabbing might describe this book Chiarkas shows the time period in which I grew up as a place as far removed from a small st


  • Sharon

    Mobi è Weepers☆ Paperback Weepers I would like to thank Three Towers Press and NetGalley for providing me with a copy of Weepers to review The disappearance of Angelo's father Mac on Christmas Eve is shrouded in mystery Could it be one of the gangs that su


  • Betty Yoder

    Mobi è Weepers☆ Paperback Weepers A very good book Easy to read exciting hard to put down and walk away without returning to read just one chapter and then some The author is an exceptional writer Each character in the book was important and played a critical role in the story Gutsy Angelo was such a loveable boy but sure kept the reader on the edge of the seat wondering if he would make the right choice in the many situations he created and experienced His strong family ties and living in the worst part of town made the reader believe in him and the strength in his family His friends were loyal and his enemies were to be feared This book is going to go on my list of most liked and one I will re read I would recommend it for most any reader from early teen on WonderfulI received a free copy of the book in exchange for an honest review


  • Erin

    Mobi è Weepers☆ Paperback Weepers Wow Nick Chiarkas knocks it out of the park with Weepers This book is gripping to a totally different level One of the main reasons I liked this book so much was becaus


  • Katie

    Mobi è Weepers☆ Paperback Weepers Weepers tells the story of Angelo who is growing up in the dangerous housing projects in New York in the 1950’s Angelo’s life is full of the dangers and difficulties of growing up in an area full of gangs and violence and despair The characters in the story are brought together by violent circumstances and it’s interesting to see how people navigate the uncertainty and chaos of the neighborhood I thought that Chiarkas did


  • Dennis Yoder

    Mobi è Weepers☆ Paperback Weepers What an excellent read The author has written the story based on a lot of things he had experienced while growing up This lends a lot of legitimacy to the book It gets down and dirty and is very captivating It makes you wonder where this is going and what is going


  • Chris Norbury

    Mobi è Weepers☆ Paperback Weepers An outstanding debut novel Gritty realistic depiction of the poor side of New York in the 1950s rife with mobsters gangs crooked cops and power struggles all centered around 13 year old Angelo who is forced to grow up fast in the midst of this chaos because of his father's mysterious disappearance six years earlierThe dialogue rings true and Chiarkas sets the scene in a sparse but complete way hitting all the senses just enough to drop the reader into the lower East Side projects The story POV jumps from one character to another at the right times to provide continuity to a plot which has multiple subplots that all wind their way back to the disappearance of Angelo's fatherI'm looking forward to the se


  • Margaret Goss

    Mobi è Weepers☆ Paperback Weepers Well written and gripping I enjoyed this book immensely highly recommend it