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She's All Caught Up She's All Caught Up is a cautionary tale for young people enad by the fast life and the older folks that love them This memoir tells of the negative influences that swayed the early life of author Jamila T Davis creator of the Voices of Conseuences Enrichment Series She is currently serving a 151 month sentence for her role in a multi million dollar bank fraud scheme Young Jamila grew up in a loving middle class home Her hardworking parents the Davises overcame the barriers of poverty and racism faced by African Americans in the segregated South From the back wood shacks of the rural south the Davises migrated north making Jamaica ueens New York their new home They drove themselves relentlessly By education and endless hard work they attained their portion of the American dream Determined to afford their own children the opportunities they t. Great readVery good story This book should be read by any young girl who are making the wrong choices Great read

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Hemselves never had the Davises provided their children with a good life hoping to guarantee their children's success At first it seemed as though the formula worked Jamila became her parents' ideal star child At a young age she performed in dance recitals at Lincoln Center and toured the country in a leading role in an off Broadway play Throughout elementary and middle school she maintained straight A's and was accepted to the acclaimed Fame High School of Performing Arts in New York City All was copacetic until high school years when Jamila meets Craig He was a 16 year old drug dealer from the Southside projects of Jamaica ueens His street edge fascinated naive Jamila and he uickly usurped Mrs Davis' position as role model and protector Jamila became mesmerized by the hustlers and life in the inner city ghetto Her values uickly changed She wanted independence. I enjoyed the storyTakes awhile to understand where the story is going Jumps around a lot I was confused at times as the story didn't flow Has a good message Reticence until high school years when Jamila meets Craig He was a 16 year old drug dealer from the Southside projects of Jamaica Peloponnesian War ueens His street edge fascinated naive Jamila and he Training for the New Alpinism: A Manual for the Climber as Athlete uickly Greek Mythology usurped Mrs Davis' position as role model and protector Jamila became mesmerized by the hustlers and life in the inner city ghetto Her values Warrior Women uickly changed She wanted independence. I enjoyed the storyTakes awhile to Michael Collins: Forgotten Astronaut understand where the story is going Jumps around a lot I was confused at times as the story didn't flow Has a good message

Jamila T Davis ¼ 6 Review

Power and notoriety and she chose life in the fast lane to claim them With her brains and beauty she rises to the top As this high school teen rebels breaking loose from her parents' tight reins the Davises wage an all out battle to save their only daughter who they love so desperately But Jamila is in too deep Poisoned by materialism and the drama of street life she resists and the Davis family is turned upside down This real life story exemplifies the powerful societal influences that affect today's youth and the almost insurmountable challenges of the older generation who fight hard to protect them This heartfelt story empowers both youth and adults to understand the tragic conseuences of poor choices while instilling the ability to resist them When this good girl goes bad it seems as if there is no turning back Follow Jamila's journey in SHE'S ALL CAUGHT U. She’s All Caught Up” a memoir by Jamila T Davis takes readers on what seems to be a revolving roller coaster as it follows the author’s early life Growing up in an upper middle class home in ueens NY luxury gifts designer clothes and diamond jewelry were nothing out of the ordinary for Jamila With her parents recently escaping poverty and the typical urban prejudices facing African Americans Hosea Liddie Davis attempted to better their children’s lives even if meant that their own happiness was at stake Despite the Davis’s attempts to guide their child in the right light their “golden child’s” shine wasn’t so radiant after she met her first boyfriend from the South Jamaica projects Suddenly Jamila’s carefree lifestyle that one could only imagine in a fantasy book turned to turmoil after being introduced to the world of drugs fast money and luxury vehicles With her back against the wall she discovers that only God is able to dig her from the grave that she excavated for her future After a day and a half of constant reading and five minute bathroom breaks I was able to complete “She’s All Caught Up” with a full understanding as to what the author was thinking and the emotions she felt as her flashbacks were converted into text Throughout my 19 years of living I have never read a novel that sparked such incentive in my inner spirit Chills ran down my spine as I flipped page after page placing myself into the author’s shoes I see this book as a wake up call to the selfish and greed stricken system that I unconsciously abide by daily Sometimes I see myself following inthe same footsteps as Jamila or as I like to call her my mother Just to be clear the author is in fact my biological mother However I’m uickly guided back to my spiritual safety net that her wrongdoings have opened for my life This book is extremely special to me and many other readers who have taken the time to read and assess her story Not only does it teach young readers to love themselves and to cherish their lives it is also written in such a detailed and relatable manner that even the toughest critic would have to respect the message and craft behind her writing style To be clear memoirs and autobiographies are written to give readers a deeper insight into the life changing events that may have attributed to their success andor downfall but it is the author’s gift of descriptiveness that contributes to the reliability of the book; and I must say Jamila Davis has definitely tapped into her sphere of storytelling “She’s All Caught Up” is definitely a story of the ages with content that delineates with thousands of teens around the world If you have a chance please purchase a copy at your nearest online book retailer You won’t regret it Warrior Women upside down This real life story exemplifies the powerful societal influences that affect today's youth and the almost insurmountable challenges of the older generation who fight hard to protect them This heartfelt story empowers both youth and adults to Michael Collins: Forgotten Astronaut understand the tragic conseuences of poor choices while instilling the ability to resist them When this good girl goes bad it seems as if there is no turning back Follow Jamila's journey in SHE'S ALL CAUGHT U. She’s All Caught Up” a memoir by Jamila T Davis takes readers on what seems to be a revolving roller coaster as it follows the author’s early life Growing Loretta Rose up in an A Season of Ten Thousand Noses upper middle class home in Silent Thunder ueens NY luxury gifts designer clothes and diamond jewelry were nothing out of the ordinary for Jamila With her parents recently escaping poverty and the typical Si Dindo Pundido urban prejudices facing African Americans Hosea Liddie Davis attempted to better their children’s lives even if meant that their own happiness was at stake Despite the Davis’s attempts to guide their child in the right light their “golden child’s” shine wasn’t so radiant after she met her first boyfriend from the South Jamaica projects Suddenly Jamila’s carefree lifestyle that one could only imagine in a fantasy book turned to turmoil after being introduced to the world of drugs fast money and luxury vehicles With her back against the wall she discovers that only God is able to dig her from the grave that she excavated for her future After a day and a half of constant reading and five minute bathroom breaks I was able to complete “She’s All Caught Up” with a full Si Dindo Pundido understanding as to what the author was thinking and the emotions she felt as her flashbacks were converted into text Throughout my 19 years of living I have never read a novel that sparked such incentive in my inner spirit Chills ran down my spine as I flipped page after page placing myself into the author’s shoes I see this book as a wake Wizards Tale III up call to the selfish and greed stricken system that I Wizard's Tale III: A Spell To Eternity unconsciously abide by daily Sometimes I see myself following inthe same footsteps as Jamila or as I like to call her my mother Just to be clear the author is in fact my biological mother However I’m The Friend uickly guided back to my spiritual safety net that her wrongdoings have opened for my life This book is extremely special to me and many other readers who have taken the time to read and assess her story Not only does it teach young readers to love themselves and to cherish their lives it is also written in such a detailed and relatable manner that even the toughest critic would have to respect the message and craft behind her writing style To be clear memoirs and autobiographies are written to give readers a deeper insight into the life changing events that may have attributed to their success andor downfall but it is the author’s gift of descriptiveness that contributes to the reliability of the book; and I must say Jamila Davis has definitely tapped into her sphere of storytelling “She’s All Caught Up” is definitely a story of the ages with content that delineates with thousands of teens around the world If you have a chance please purchase a copy at your nearest online book retailer You won’t regret it


4 thoughts on “Shes All Caught Up

  1. says:

    Great readVery good story This book should be read by any young girl who are making the wrong choices Great read


  2. says:

    I enjoyed the storyTakes awhile to understand where the story is going Jumps around a lot I was confused at times as the story didn't flow Has a good message


  3. says:

    She’s All Caught Up” a memoir by Jamila T Davis takes readers on what seems to be a revolving roller coaster as it follows the author’s early life Growing up in an upper middle class home in ueens NY luxury gifts designer clothes and diamond jewelry were nothing out of the ordinary for Jamila With her parents recently escaping poverty and the typical urban prejudices facing African Americans Hosea Liddie Davis attempted to better their children’s lives even if meant that their own happiness was at stake Despite the Davis’s attempts to guide their child in the right light their “golden child’s” shine wasn’t so radiant after she met her first boyfriend from the South Jamaica projects Suddenly Jamila’s carefree lifestyle that one could only imagine in a fantasy book turned to turmoil after being introduced to the world of drugs fast money and luxury vehicles With her back against the wall she discovers that only God is able to dig her from the grave that she excavated for her future After a day and a half of constant reading and five minute bathroom breaks I was able to complete “She’s All Caught Up” with a full understanding as to what the author was thinking and the emotions she felt as her flashbacks were converted into text Throughout my 19 years of living I have never read a novel that sparked such incentive in my inner spirit Chills ran down my spine as I flipped page after page placing myself into the author’s shoes I see this book as a wake up call to the selfish and greed stricken system that I unconsciously abide by daily Sometimes I see myself following inthe same footsteps as Jamila or as I like to call her my mother Just to be clear the author is in fact my biological mother However I’m uickly guided back to my spiritual safety net that her wrongdoings have opened for my life This book is extremely special to me and many other readers who have taken the time to read and assess her story Not only does it teach young readers to love themselves and to cherish their lives it is also written in such a detailed and relatable manner that even the toughest critic would have to respect the message and craft behind her writing style To be clear memoirs and autobiographies are written to give readers a deeper insight into the life changing events that may have attributed to their success andor downfall but it is the author’s gift of descriptiveness that contributes to the reliability of the book; and I must say Jamila Davis has definitely tapped into her sphere of storytelling “She’s All Caught Up” is definitely a story of the ages with content that delineates with thousands of teens around the world If you have a chance please purchase a copy at your nearest online book retailer You won’t regret it


  4. says:

    I have always admired people who took responsibility for their own actions without blaming others – even if it was somewhat justified That is exactly what you hear about in She’s All Caught Up by Jamila T Davis This book is the true life story of the author Ms Davis walks you from the first years of her life to the down ward spiral years of her young adulthood Jamila has shown herself to have so much potential As a young child she is academically and culturally driven She seems to succeed at anything she puts her mind to Then the high school years come and she meets Craig Her life is never the same and the prison walls that surround her speak volumesThis true story will show you just how fast things can turn when you get mixed up with the wrong crowd That being said I admire Ms Davis for taking responsibility and sharing her story so that others can see her mistakes and not make the same ones


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