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Tu-Shonda L. Whitaker
Characters æ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ✓ Tu-Shonda L. WhitakerI enjoyed this book a great deal I must say it was one of my favorites of the books I Have Read This Semester The Ex Factor Is A Novel read this semester The Ex Factor is a novel tells the story of three sisters and their complicated elationships with one another and the men they love One sister is still in love with her ex despite all the trouble he has gotten into and all he has put "her through She even continues to deal with abuse and mistreatment from her ex once a better man wants to "through She even continues to deal with abuse and mistreatment from her ex once a better man wants to in her and her son s life The other two sisters are involved in a very dangerous love triangle with one another and one s husband Tu Shonda Whitaker uses descriptive dialogue and dialect to deepen the characterization of her characters The characters in this story are African American and it is very obvious through the specific dialect that is used in their dialogue This is even used with the young characters in the novel such as 7 year old Jamal The following excerpt from page 60 shows how Whitaker uses dialogue and specific detail to further develop her charactersJamal started to whisper "Uncle Rief Told Aunty "Rief told Aunty he was goin punch her in the face What Imani couldn t belive it Yeah Jamal continued to whisper you should ve heard This emotional erotically charged novel follows three half sisters and their complicated elationships with one another and with the men in their livesCeleste thinks all she wants in life are her family and a nice home in the suburbs Yet lately she’s got a hunch that her sexy husband Sharief a New York City policeman is patrolling than just the streets Celeste is sure he’s cheating on her When she finds out. Im he told her I can t even believe I was feeling you trick Then it was a lot of noise Like the crumble crumble crumble aaaahhhh Then Aunty Monica "said boy is you crazy Jamal is "Asleep In The Other Room "in the other oom Uncle Rief "boy is crazy Jamal is asleep in the other oom Then Uncle Rief said up shawtie you might see me in the streets but you on t know me Imani he sound just like a Graeco-Egyptian Magick rapper Jamal stop lyin I already told you about lyin so much Imani I ain t lyin you shoulda heard him she told him My Adidas ll walk all over your face dawg Punk lazy eye You tryna flex You booty scratchin fart face Yo breath smell like pissy eggs And if you mess with me I ll knock yo teeth out and put em back in crooked Yo that s a wild boy Imani Whileeading this book I felt that I could actually hear the dialogue that they held amongst one another The dialect gave me the impression that they were possibly characters from somewhere similar to my hometown and similar to people I actually know The dialect and dialogue made this an easy Slave Again (Whispers of Refuge read and held my interest throughout the entire piece I thought Whitaker used dialect and dialogue to assist her in the characterization of her characters very well Portions of this novel could be used to show students how the dialogue an. That the home wrecker is none other than her own sister Monica all hell breaks looseMonica never intended to fall in love with her sister’s husband But who knew that Sharief would make every inch of her body tingle with a single touch Monica knows she should haveighted her wrong before Celeste found out but she’s in too deep–in ways than oneImani is not pleased that her low life boyfriend Walik just go. D dialect can affect the how a character is perceived by a eader I would use caution and choose appropriate examples during a mini lesson to teach my students to use both dialogue and dialect to develop their characters Great book about a single parent family of 3 sisters I enjoyed this fast paced dramatic surprising and humorous book I devoured it in 2 days because it was so juicy I loved the lesson at the end It made it all worth it As a woman some of us have lived through any
of the in this book Man when I tell you this book had me on edge I mean it lol I had to take a break a few times because I started to actually get angry It was such a good ead and I just love the way TuShonda writes I plan on purchasing all of her books including her books where she uses Pseudonyms corny jokes and too much talk for poop and farts hated it I Autumn Days with the Moodys (Moody Family read this book as part of a monthly book club challengeeally enjoyed Reindeer and Caribou: Health and Disease reading about theelationship drama of the three sisters and there mother The scenes with the kids in theone of the
book will have you laughing out loud or wanting to spank them The tension between thewill have you laughing out loud or wanting to spank them The tension between the is very eal provides plenty of drama heartache Very good ead. T out of "the slammer and wants her back Sure enough trouble comes knocking But when a fine Puerto Rican "slammer and wants her back Sure enough trouble comes knocking But when a fine Puerto Rican named Kree seduces her and showers her son Jamal with attention Imani finally gets a shot at happiness and ghetto free loveFielding the curve balls tossed their way Celeste Monica and Imani learn that it takes than sisterhood to cope with love life and men–the ones they’ve got and that elusive ex facto. .
Tu-Shonda L. Whitaker