Monster: The Autobiography of an L.A. Gang Member - Boys to Men Summary & Analysis

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Boys to Men Summary and Analysis

Kody is at China's home, listening to her grandfather's speech on how young people are not doing what they should be doing when he hears a gunshot. He leaps off the porch and runs toward the sound, pulling his own weapon as he goes. He empties his gun on a Cutlass with a gun sticking out of the passenger's side window prompting the car to speed away. The car comes back by and Kody fears he'll be shot but then a police cruiser arrives and takes the Cutlass' passengers into custody. Kody says his people run to identify those being arrested, not to help the police but so that they would know where to seek their own revenge for the shooting. Back at China's house, her grandparents are angry that Kody ran toward the shots but don't...

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