A Deeper Love Inside by Sister Souljah – Sister Souljah’s New York Times bestselling sequel to The Coldest Winter Ever—this The Porsche Santiaga Story. A Deeper Love Inside by Sister Souljah – THE SEQUEL MILLIONS OF READERS HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR At last The Porsche Santiaga Story. By Sister. A Deeper Love Inside opens with ten-year old Porsche Santiaga serving time in a juvenile prison for attempted murder. The narrative proceeds.
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Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. A Deeper Love Insidd Fierce, raw, and filled with adventure and emotional intensity, A Deeper Love Inside santoaga an unforgettable co At last, mega-bestselling author Sister Souljah delivers the stunning sequel to The Coldest Winter Ever. Sharp-tongued, quick-witted Porsche worships her sister Winter. Cut from the same cloth as her santiaha, Ricky Santiaga, Porsche is also a natural-born hustler.
Passionate and loyal to the extreme, she refuses to accept her new life in group homes, foster care, and juvenile detention after her family is torn apart. Porsche—unique, young, and beautiful—cries as much as she fights and uses whatever she has to reclaim her status.
Unselfish, she pushes to get back everything te ever belonged to her wealthy, loving family. Hardcoverpages. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about A Deeper Love Insideplease sign up. Z Y Hi Jada, you clarified that very well!!!! Szntiaga do I actually read insidw books? Explain your question more so that I may porsvhe to submit an accurate answer.
Are you asking about this book in particular or all books in general? See all 5 questions about A Deeper Love Inside…. Lists with This Book. Feb 21, Taina Lynn rated it really liked it. Let aa start off my review by saying that I love Sistah Souljah.
I will be a fan forever, and I really enjoyed this book. I’m not even insie to address the negative reviews that were given purely because this is a novel loosely based on The coldest winter ever. People need to te trying to make it something that it’s not and enjoy it for what it is; A great piece of fiction. The only thing that did kind of annoy me was how extremely fictional it was.
There is no way a 10 year old child who had Let me start off my review by saying that I love Sistah Souljah. There is no way a 10 year old child who had been so sheltered, and controlled as Onside had been would and could think the way she did. It was very obvious through the majority of the book that it was all coming from the voice of an adult mind, and wouldn’t really have happened to a child.
But I read fiction because I love unique stories, that are told in a way that is inaide from the norm, and this story is santiaaga that! If you love Urban fiction you will love this! View all 7 comments. Feb 06, Kadea rated it really liked it. Ugh, how can I describe this juicy piece of trash? I hated to love it. It’s a very entertaining, completely unrealistic story, riddled with holes, poor grammar and page-turning juice.
It is frustratingly bad but dizzyingly entertaining. Sister Souljah is a terrible author, but I couldn’t put this book down. A wonderful, terrible read. View all 14 comments.
Bouncing from foster home to foster home and following an unfortunate incident, Porsche lands in juvenile prison where she learns the rules of survival the hard way. After linking up with a fellow detainee named Riot and becoming a member of her gang, the Diamond Needles, Porsche winds up on an Indian reservation with Riot and they are taught important lessons that will last a insidde.
Porsche’s initial goals are simple—return to her Long Island mansion and reclaim the lavish lifestyle her family once lived. However, with all of her newfound insight she is still not fully prepared for the fight ahead of her when she is hit with the harsh reality of her mother’s new existence; the fate of her sisters, Winter, Lexus and Mercedes; and the realization that life as she knew it will never be the same. I was all-engrossed in what would become of a little girl lost in the system without a real family unit.
As is her signature, Santiagaa Souljah showcases strong-willed and determined females against the backdrop of intelligent, nurturing and successful male figures. Souljah has a way with words as she weaves this emotional story of struggle, growth and true love. Mar 08, Ebony rated it did not like it Shelves: This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here.
These kiddie ventures seem so wrong. Why not write insixe grown folk? I always wonder exactly for whom Souljah is writing. The Coldest Winter Ever was a page-turner from the very first page.
We loved Winter because she was so real, her clothes, her shoes, her desires, her failings, she was a real down ass bitch, but these other characters are fantasy people. Everything santizga happened to Winter could have plausibly happened. Um, not true with Porsche. Write the plot readers want to read not every rambling that comes to mind. Her writing style is off. So much of this book conceptually and thd disconcerting.
And then Sister Souljah ruins all of her books by being Sister Souljah. A previously independent woman gives up her whole life to be totally dependent on a man, have his babies and follow him around.
She undoes all of the female heroine’s achievements. There is a half page about the benefits of patriarchy. I mean, an author can write what she likes but damn. Souljah is the only woman I read who seems to have such an intense dislike for women. This is her marketing machine.
Expect books about the twins, Riot, Ricky Santiaga Jr. She never heals herself. The stories are laborious.
Souljah can miss me next time. I am missing opportunities to read higher quality stuff. View all 4 comments. Mar 22, Malachi Kidd rated it did not like it. I had really high hopes for pirsche book, even though the two midnight sequels were among the most boring books i’d ever read I thought Sister soulja would pull it out the bag on this one. I was ultimately disappointed.
The story is OK at best and quite difficult to believe at times the things Porsche manages to do at such a young age I found difficult to believe. But what ultimately disappointed me was that this wasn’t really a sequel, although the big characters are mentioned from The coldest Win I had really high hopes for this book, even though the two midnight sequels were among the most boring books i’d ever read I thought Sister soulja would pull it out the bag on this one.
But what ultimately disappointed me was that this wasn’t really a sequel, although the big characters are mentioned from The coldest Winter, they never come to fruition. I understand Souljah’s frustrations, she makes clear in the after story and character descriptions of the Coldest Winter that she doesn’t like Winter, claiming she got everything she deserved by making several bad decisions, however as the audience we loved and enjoyed that feisty santiava girl’s spirit.
It’s almost as if she’s spent every other book trying to undo The Coldest Winter. The end of this book turns into a fairy tale as well there’s no huge climax, it never explodes into life. Don’t deeeper your money.
A Deeper Love Inside: The Porsche Santiaga Story by Sister Souljah
View all 3 comments. Apr 14, Robin Harris rated it liked it. Porache really liked the book up until Chapter I felt like Porsha was entirely too young for all that she went through and the way in which it was handled. I liked that she was smart and savvy, but her character seemed like an older teenager and not a 10 year old. I had to keep reminding myself that she was 10! I wish that they would thee dealt with the Siri issue more. Let’s face it, Porsha really suffered from a mental illness schizophrenia and it was never dealt with Siri was not Porsha’s ‘alter ego’ Also, the book seemed too desperate to have a love lovs with a Cinderella ending.
She was engaged at 14’ish, married at 16’ish, with a baby at 17 and one on the way. I feel that making Elisha a famous director, musician, etc at 17 was a bit much. I could not put the book porschd until then, and after chapter 47, I couldn’t wait for it to be over!