Show Stoppah by Thomas Slater is hard to put down. In the beginning we are introduced to Kimpa and Isis who live in a homeless shelter. Both have been hurt, physically and emotionally, by the men in their lives and they are determined to bring justice to those that hurt them. Kimpa and Isis are determined to get their voices heard and stories told by any means necessary.
Show Stoppah sheds a different light on abuse and Slater does a good job at describing what a person goes through while being abused. Because of the vivid language used, the reader is completely engrossed into hearing Kimpa and Isis’ stories. We are able to feel their pain and want them to overcome and claim victory. This book is most definitely a ‘show stoppah’ and I look forward to reading more work by Thomas Slater.
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