Monster: The Autobiography of an L.A. Gang Member - Reconnected Summary & Analysis

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He's then sent to Soledad where he's to serve his remaining time. The first person he meets there is Li'l Rat who quizzes Kody about the new organization and agrees to think about whether he wants to be involved as well. Then Kody encounters a fellow gang member named Rattone, who criticizes Kody for his allegiance to the larger syndicate idea. Rattone says that the neighborhood set was good enough for Kody until he came to jail. Kody points out that there are only a few members of rival gangs in their area of the prison but many of the Mexicans. Kody says that he was born black and proud of that fact, that he'll always be an Eight Tray, but that he is no longer willing to fight other sets.

He is soon transferred to San Quentin where he begins...

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