By The Bloomsbury Review

‘Yummy’ Sandifer. . .was 11 years old, four-feet-tall, maybe 60 pounds – and he was the little boy murderer of a 14-year-old girl. With his own brutal death, he became the “poster child for youth gang violence in America.” Captured in stark black-and-white graphics that underscore the bleakness of Yummy’s short life, Neri reimagines what Yummy’s existence might have been like before he was gunned down.