In Prison Stories author Seth Ferranti takes readers deep into the belly of the beast. Federal Prison is a nightmare but imagine living that nightmare when you’re a suburban white boy. How does an average man survive amongst the killers? Is rehabilitation possible or will far worse lessons be learned behind bars? As an inmate serving time in a federal prison author Seth Ferranti will have readers guessing how much is fact and how much is fiction?
Prison stories chronicles one inmate’s incarceration while also offering intermissions where Mr. Ferranti tells the tales of the many other faces he’s met while doing his bid. It’s an effective method of story telling that highlights Mr. Ferranti’s gift of describing the indescribable. Prison Stories is very somber subject matter that will definitely draw readers in but the saddest part of the read is that after finishing the book readers will know that these characters including Mr. Ferranti are actual people who are still living in these situations filled with mayhem, murder and corruption.
Reviewed by: Delonya Conyers