By Jesse Joshua Watson

G. Neri is a master of HOOK and SUBSTANCE. . . .Neri is less an author and more of a wizard, stirring his cauldron of words into a tonic that once drunk, sucks the you into that world completely. Even after closing the last page of the book, you remain deep in the realm of, in this case, south side Chicago in 1994. Yummy haunts you. Yummy’s face appears when you look at your kids, playing in their safe, crime free neighborhood. Yummy calls to you from beyond the grave with not answers, but more questions. . . .Two thumbs up. This book is sick! —Jesse Joshua Watson’s Brain on Display?