"A Story of Brotherhood New book tells the story of six black males and a friendship that extends beyond a lifetimeTrue friendship and brotherhood can give meaning to one’s life, even after a painful experience where good memories of a once strong bond is the only thing that is left. Such is the story of six men in Jamella A. Jihad’s The Summer of ’89: A Summer to Remember, an inspirational story released through Xlibris.In a society where color is an issue, equality is rare and inferiority is a disease. This very situation led to the birth of a friendship among a group of African American males determined to help each other depart from the stigma that this society has about black males. Through each other’s support, all of them graduated with honors from one of the finest high schools in the state and have been accepted in prestigious colleges. Unfortunately, their young lives were cut short by a drunken driver, killing five of them instantly and leaving one of them paralyzed from the neck down. While struggling to survive, the young man dreams of his departed friends, urging him to write the story of their experiences to inspire many others who are just like them.Witness how this young man finds meaning in his life by telling their story through his eyes. An inspirational story about brotherhood and survival, The Summer of ’89: A Summer to Remember defines the foundation of life itself—friendship and love. For more information, log on to www.Xlibris.com.