Jason Reynolds

author, “Long Way Down”

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Jason Reynolds on KCRW

Jason Reynolds’ latest novel is written entirely in verse, and takes place during one elevator ride in which a 15-year-old boy has to decide whether to kill someone he thinks shot his…

In 'Long Way Down,' a young man makes a hard choice

Jason Reynolds’ latest novel is written entirely in verse, and takes place during one elevator ride in which a 15-year-old boy has to decide whether to kill someone he thinks shot his…

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