A Deeper Love Inside by Sister Souljah – Sister Souljah’s New York Times bestselling sequel to The Coldest Winter Ever—this The Porsche Santiaga Story. A Deeper Love Inside by Sister Souljah – THE SEQUEL MILLIONS OF READERS HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR At last The Porsche Santiaga Story. By Sister. A Deeper Love Inside opens with ten-year old Porsche Santiaga serving time in a juvenile prison for attempted murder. The narrative proceeds.

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Also just as I thought, the Midnight series offer another point of view regarding the character. We don’t get a proper catch up with the characters from Coldest Winter if that was what you were looking for.

I porache loved this book and would probably read this one again before I re-read The Coldest Winter Ever just because I appreciate the maturity with which she wrote this one. The author’s first novel chronicled the fast-paced, danger-filled rise of the Santiaga family as the head of the house, Ricky, became a legendary drug kingpin in the projects of Brooklyn, New York.

On one hand she tried to keep the hard, street edge that we loved Winter for, but on the flip side she wanted to make Porsche her own, unique character. Riot has been working her own plans for the future and Porsche reminds her that the money buried in the ground at her family home is theirs to split so that Riot can flip it and increase their coffers. I recommend A Deeper Love Inside and hope that you finish the work seeking to continue reading other novels about the status of Blacks in America and other minority groups.

Porsche’s initial goals are simple—return to her Long Island mansion and reclaim the lavish lifestyle her family once lived.

Readers don’t get to share those moments with Porsche. She made me think she was actually writing a sequel, just like she did with the story of Midnightwhich I still think was a poorly written, unnecessary literary attack on non-Muslim is that a word?

It was great to see Porsche fight through circumstances and beat the odds. Everybody can see it, and feel it, too. Brooklyn, Japan, Z etc.

A Deeper Love Inside: The Porsche Santiaga Story by Sister Souljah

There is a half page about the benefits of patriarchy. I read this book in less than a week and I’m a busy mother and wife. View all 4 comments. She seems more to draw the contrast that for Winter, and the hustler lifestyle she desired, the obtainment of “things” was the goal, whereas for Porsche and Elisha, the obtainment of “things” were nice accoutrements but shory real goals were pursuing the passion and talents. Passionate and loyal to the extreme, Porsche refuses to accept her new life in group homes, foster care and juvenile detention after her wealthy family is torn apart.


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I feel that making Elisha a famous director, musician, etc at 17 was a bit much. The Santiaga’s eldest daughter, Winter, was the apple of her father’s eye and determined to follow in his footsteps, even when the family was broken and disgraced deepeer A Deeper Love Inside: The second half of the book has Porsche back in her old Brooklyn neighborhood, after a crazy escape from juvenile jail essentially pulled off by children, trying to find and then save her mother.

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It’s almost as if she’s spent every other book trying to undo The Coldest Winter. Pogsche we don’t expect wantiaga for the people around the child to see what is going on and do nothing about it. There is no way a 10 year old child who had Let me start off my review by saying that I love Sistah Souljah.

I see her transition as an individual in her books and I appreciate her growth, really.

After a tumultuous start, she and Riot arrive to find the Santiago family home with a new family living inside. Listen when I tell you, I am percent loyalty.

I gave this 4 stars because the beginning was quite slow and almost made me want to give up. Sister Souljah does a great job comparing the outcomes of the two sisters and showing how being greedy and self-centered and focusing on making fast, illegal money, leads to a sure downfall in the case of Winter, in contrast to Porsche, who does her best to help her family and friends and makes her money through legitimate, though under-the table hustles, resulting in lasting wealth for her-both materially and emotionally.


Is this feature helpful? After spending about 2 years in juvy and forming some key friendships The Diamond Needles that influenced her life for the better, she successfully escapes juvy with some members of the Diamond Needles and soon learns many many many lessons about love and life through her adventures.

A Deeper Love Inside: The Porsche Santiaga Story by Sister Souljah

Porsche may have been AG because she easily picked up on lessons that were taught to her. Withoutabox Submit to Inide Festivals. I feel like that is such a juvenile word for her to use to often in her work.

Brooklyn-born, we chill now in a Long Island mansion. But I highly recommend this! Both girls inherited their father’s ability to “hustle” but it manifests in different ways. Storg will dislike this book because it is not the sequel expected.

I see every part of it, clear as day. They should enlighten you, teach you, make you think, grow, etc. He wants to direct movies. But I lo This book came in the isnide, I looked at it, and put it on my shelf. While following Porsche, I was also introduced issues in the juvenile justice system. S niside view of the prison system and its workers come across clear as a sledge hammer to the head.

Unselfishly, she pushes to get back everything that ever belonged to her loving family. Overall, I think this is a good read.

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Like, a completely new novel from Souljah. Obviously there are marketing benefits to billing it as a sequel to The Coldest Winter Ever, but a careful examination of the title clearly reveals the novel’s content.

So she should be taken to task for simply overlooking something just to move her story along. I did enjoy how she was not afraid of working for everything she had. The beginning was not enough. To read my entire review, check out my blog, Book Talk With Alana http: