This is a tell-all autobiography of a Hispanic truck driver, an ethnic immigrant who's life is overshadowed by drugs, gangs, and homelessness.
The memoir starts with a 12-year-old Hispanic boy, a new immigrant fleeing from war. At age 14, he becomes a Latino runaway and gets dragged into gangs. He ends up in jail on a juvenile life sentence accused of a crime he didn't commit. He grows up in jail that structures his personality more ways than imaginable.
Was he prepared to establish life on the outside?
Was he ready to become a father?
Drugs and homelessness again are overshadowing his path. This is a journey of hard work, determination and self-transformation based on the love of his children and the will to raise them right.
This work is a true memoir of a man, who is in no way a literary expert, but his story is real as his faults and weaknesses.
"It's not how many times you get knocked down that count, it's how many times you get back up.” George A. Custer U.S. MILITARY
The struggle is real.