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Jason Reynolds
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Glass Manor

Glass Manor is a very poor neighborhood in the city. It is so poor and dejected that it even earns the derision of other inner city kids, like Brandon Simmons, who asserts only poor, shattered people live there. Glass Manor is where Ghost and his mother live, and is where Coach grew up. It is a place of sadness for Ghost, for it is where his father tried to kill both him and his mother. Coach also finds great difficulty in the area, for it is where his father stole his gold medal to sell for drugs that ended up killing him. However, life in Glass Manor is a reminder to Ghost of the life he does not want, and how he must commit himself to the better life he longs for.

Mr. Charles's country store

Mr. Charles’s country store is the general/supermarket store where...

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