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Alexander, Hannibal, Napoleon, Patton. What if the greatest military mind of our generation was born in strife, surrounded by violence and combat since birth? When the gauntlet is dropped, the question isn’t “How did 17-year-old Destiny Ajaye unite the gangs of South Central into a killer army and declare war on the LAPD?” No, the question is, “Can anyone stop her?”

From the minds of writers Marc Bernardin and Adam Freeman (The Highwaymen, Monster Attack Network) and innovative illustrator Afua Richardson (Half Dead), Genius is a book that will have readers talking for months to come.

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I will admit when I first started reading Genius I didn't think I was going to care a bit for it.  I haven't grown up on the streets of LA and don't have a lot of experience with "gangbangers."  Yes you can find some in the areas close to were I live or have worked.  But in all honestly, they're "wannabes."  So with that, obviously I'm not going to relate to the characters in this book right off the bat.  Look at the first page.  A cop getting shot.  I'm sure there are some people out there that...

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