Discover the exciting world of Colombia's infamous drug lord, Pablo Escobar.
Does being involved with hardened criminals, and even committing murder, automatically make you a horrible person?
You grow up in a house with six other siblings, an absent father, and a hardworking but always struggling mother. You get sent home from school because your shoes are broken and don't have enough money to get more. This is just a common day for you. You are used to being poor and watching your mother and siblings suffer and struggle.
You grow up on dangerous streets, surrounded by poverty and violence during a difficult political era. You find yourself thrust into an environment you didn't choose to be in, and the country appears to be at war with itself. You soon make the connection between poverty and misery, and vow to get yourself out of that dire situation.
These questions and countless others will all make more sense when you discover the story of one of Colombia's historical figures, in Pablo Escobar: Good or Evil.
Can violence and crime ever be justified? Is there ever a good reason to commit those acts that have been called unacceptable by the law? What if it's to help those around you and lift yourself out of a dire situation? In this book, you will see that sometimes questions like this aren't so simple to answer.