In the beautiful jigsaw puzzle we call life, there are single moments we stumble upon. Single moments of clarity. Single moments we fathom. Imani Hicks discusses topics that don't receive the attention they deserve. In Fathomed: My Life Inspired by Real Events, she touches on controversial topics within society while capturing the adolescent experience. Her words illustrate the hope, dreams, love, peer pressure, heartache, guilt, insecurities, and many other challenges adolescents encounter. Imani Hicks understands the difficulty that comes with being in the stage wherein you're no longer a kid but you're also not yet an adult. When you crave independence, but you feel so restricted by your age, rules, parents, or society. The young author offers her life as a coping mechanism for her fellow youth. This book holds advice, life lessons, pain, joy, and a multitude of different experiences. She hopes her audience can empathize with her poems, short stories, and essays.
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|Size: ||816 KB|
|Publisher: ||Tate Publishing|
|Date published: || 2015|
|ISBN: ||9781680971422 (DRM-EPUB)|
|Read Aloud: ||not allowed|
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