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The Crack Era: The Rise, Fall, and Redemption of Kevin Chiles
I know the word, "real" gets thrown round loosely these days, but this is REAL! An authenticity that is and should be respected. Thank you for sharing your journey.
I haven’t been this excited to continue reading a book in a long time. From chapter one, I feel as if I’m apart of this story and can visualize the excitement within the lines of patrons waiting to get into the Rooftop. It must of been one hell of a ride! Can’t wait to finish the read. Hopefully a movie will follow!
Just started reading only a few chapters in. Great beginning. Will be back when I'm done to give a full review!!!
It’s a dope In-depth story of the Don Kevin chiles. It’s a page turner, I couldn’t put it down.
it is an excellent and great read
The Crack Era is literally like stepping in to a time machine and getting to experience one of the most infamous eras in New York history. Kevin Chile’s takes you on an introspective ride complete with all of the emotional ups and downs of living the street life during this time. This book will be nostalgic for those who remember this period! The Crack Era is a monumental time capsule of this period!
The Crack Era by Kevin Chiles was one of the most riveting, exciting, and well-written books of this genre. As a reader, Kevin transports you through vivid and descriptive tales of that period. If you're old enough to have lived during that time, it will take you back there. If you're not, you can go there vicariously through his words. There are social commentaries, political view points, as well as highs and lows of that lifestyle . Great job! I wholeheartedly recommend this to young and old squares and live wires. There is something to be gained from this man's life’s experiences. I was thoroughly entertained, all while learning about the myth of the man. Looking forward to the documentary & movie !!!!!
Don Diva is our educator, our street compass. It's also our way of learning about ppl who look like yourself and was placed in the same circumstances in life and you get to see what they did with it right, wrong, or indifferent.