Book Review: Dirty Little Angels by Chris Tusa
4 Stars , Fiction / August 20, 2010

“Dirty Little Angels” by Chris Tusa is a short novel, or a long short story depending on how you look at it, which follows the fictional life of 16 year old Hailey Trosclair.  Hailey lives in New Orleans, but could live almost any slum in the world.  Her father just lost his job, her mother, a nurse, suffers from depression brought on by poverty (and “what could have been if…?”) as well as a miscarriage. 147 pages Publisher: Livingston Pr Language: English ISBN-10: 1604890304 Giveaway: Author Chris Tusa has kindly made free eBooks available to five(5) lucky winners who will be randomly chosen on Saturday, September 3, 2010.  Entry form below. My rating for Dirty Little Angels – 4 Buy Dirty Little Angels from* More Books by Chris Tusa* Thoughts: A confused teenager, Hailey and her older brother turn to G-d, and befriend Moses who dreams of opening a drive thru church.  However Moses drags both kids down a path of no-return. The story is told in a raw format which helps the reader to be fond of Hailey and understand when her path and choices of trying to do what’s right, turns into everything that’s wrong.  The book…

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