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Always Outnumbered, Always Outgunned: The Socrates Forllow Stories Audio Cassette – 1 October 1997
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- ASIN : 0787116467
- Publisher : Dove Entertainment Inc; Unabridged edition (1 October 1997)
- Language : English
- ISBN-10 : 0787121991
- ISBN-13 : 978-0787116460
- Dimensions : 10.8 x 3.18 x 18.42 cm
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Socrates is not a young man; he's survived twenty seven years in jail for murder, and he now aims to spend his days trying to be helpful, to do good and not to be violent any more to help atone for his wrong-doing. However that violence is always still simmering underneath, and he's not afraid to use it in self-defence or defence of his friends. He tries hard to make ends meet, finds a job, and mentors young Darryl who would otherwise be in a gang, and he's a good peacemaker - even if he has to administer a punch or two to get it!
This is a series of short stories, some previously published in other sources. They may belie this by each having a few similar sentences to establish Socrates situation at the outset, but they all entwine and work beautifully as a chronological cycle of tales too. Socrates is a classic hard man with a soft centre, a good friend to those who know him well and a sympathetic hero with real depth. Absolutely fantastic.