This is an autobiographical and a historical nonfiction piece of literature written by a twenty-eight year retired reading teacher who endured many trials and tribulations known today as "bullying" only because she wanted to attend the high school that was in close proximity of her home. Breaking the race barrier will raised the hairs on the back of your neck and bring tears to your eyes as you relive those abhorrent acts of hatefulness as described by the author. The audience range is from preteens through adults. The purpose is to eradicate bullying and implement acts of kindness in an effort to make this a better world to live. The historical aspect is based upon the fact that if we don't know our history, we are doomed to repeat it. There are letters, news articles, and photographs that will carry you back to the good old days which turn out to be the not so good at all days. The autobiographical aspect of this book will have you sitting on the edge of your seat. This could be a tell-all presentation if you have the where with all to read between the lines. See if you can find the double whammy that was thrust upon a seventeen year old known as one of the seventeen. Isn't it amazing that the main character is seventeen and also known as one of the famous seventeen? This piece might have you wondering if this is a spy novel? She does live a double life and will have you wondering who is 007 and why did she have to encompass all these electrifying episodes? You will find yourself in her shoes and figuring out how you would solve some of the problems as you travel through her life. This work of art will not solve this horrible act of humiliation , however it will make you get on the bandwagon of annihilating bullying. This book is unique because it is up to you take into consideration what this author did to help start the ball to roll over bullying and now it is up to keep it rolling until bullying is out of existence. We can do it! We can do it!