Book Analysis: The Coldest Winter Ever

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Porsche Santiaga had spent the first eight years of her life looking up to her older sister Winter Santiaga. In the book “The Coldest Winter Ever” it was all about Winter Santiaga, but in the in the sequel “A Deeper Love Inside” Its time to tell Winter’s younger sister Porsche story. After the arrest of the father of the Santiaga sisters, everything changed for everyone. Winter started worrying about things she never even had to worry about. She had to take care of her sisters like a mother would, she had to find out where the childrens next meal would come from. After going threw hell and even getting arrested to get her and her family back together. She failed at the task of being the most reliable person in her family. Her father…show more content…
Cut from the same cloth as her father, Ricky Santiaga. Porsche is also a natural-born hustler. Passionate and loyal to the extreme, she refuses to accept her new life in group homes, foster care, and juvenile detention after her family is torn apart. Porsche is a unique, young, and beautiful girl who cries as much as she fights and uses whatever she has to reclaim her status. Unselfish, she pushes to get back everything that ever belonged to her wealthy, loving family. Porsche aspires to be better than her selfish sister Winter that didn 't do much to save her from the foster home. She also wants to be better then her mother who abandoned her children for drugs. Porsche refuses to give up on anything, she wants to go a different route from her family members. People view Porsche as a strong individual, shes strong minded and extremely corsages. When Porsche was 7, her mother got shot in the face and survived. For a seven year old to see her mother in that predicament and not break down and cry is a very strong thing to do. She told her mother that she was beautiful and even combed her hair. If I was Porsche is that situation I would 've cried, I don 't think any average seven year old would be able to handle seeing their beautiful mother like…show more content…
I would keep her out of trouble, show her that there is more outside of trying to fix everything that is wrong with her family. She should 've realized that her family situation is unfixable, its way to much to handle. Porsche needs a friend to tell her to move on, and I think I would be the perfect person to tell that. She would keep me in a positive space in my life, she would encourage me to keep going with whatever. Shes the type of person to make sure I do all my homework and make sure i 'm studying for all my test in quizzes to make sure i 'm going somewhere in life. She is the type of friend I need, someone to keep my head on straight and tell me when I am focused on the wrong things. If we were friends, we would keep each other on track like friends

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