UnHoly Pursuit: The Devil On My Trail is talking about the exact same scenarios as mentioned in this book:
Evicted: Poverty and Profit in the American City by Matthew Desmond
One of you all referred this book to me a few months ago saying you saw where I developed the environment in the first book UnHoly Pursuit: The Devil On My Trail and Bea’s Halloween from.
The situations mentioned in this book is the foundation I built Ana and Bea’s situation upon because if things continue in this same manner which I don’t foresee any imminent changes, these situations will still be around 500 years from now. I wrote it was if the situations do not improve by the 25th century this will consist of over half of the American population. Only a lucky few will still still have permanent housing. Right now, it’s a money mill. The book Evicted: Poverty and Profit in the American City by Matthew Desmond. Explain how it works.
One reviewer of $2.00 a Day: Living on Almost Nothing in America hit it dead on the head when she wrote:
“Affluent Americans often cherish the belief that poverty in America is far more comfortable than poverty in the rest of the world. Edin and Shaefer’s devastating account of life at $2 or less a day blows that myth out of the water. This is world class poverty at a level that should mobilize not only national alarm, but international attention.”
—Barbara Ehrenreich, author of Nickeled and Dimed
$2.00 a Day: Living on Almost Nothing in America
I found this one on the side line. It talks about the same subject I merely put in a fictional concept. I’ll admit I have read this one yet but intend to.
Believe it or there are people in this country who survives on less than this per day that’s what I was illustrating in UnHoly Pursuit: The Devil On My Trail and Bea’s Halloween.