"Street God" by Dimas Salaberrios with Dr. Angela Hunt, is the autobiography of Salaberrios, street name, Daylight, a drug dealing boss from Queens. Dimas began dealing at the age of 11 and transferred it to a regular career by the age of 14. Though he wasn't raised to that lifestyle, his mother a principal and father a Community corrections officer, Dimas had big dreams of being a street god. It was a life he chose. He had other choices, he wasn't hungry, he knew right from wrong. He wanted to be a dealer. After many tangles with both the law and other dealers, Dimas comes to know Jesus. He goes to Him in a naive state and learns his way around the church world. Which isn't always better than the drug world. He eventually learns what God has in mind for him and begins his own church and ministry, taking it to the very streets he that he began.
This book is an incredible story. He never takes on a bragging atmosphere whether talking about the dealing or the preaching. I am unsure how much is Salaberrios and how much is Hunt, but the writing is quiet charismatic. I would highly recommend t his book. I received this book in exchange for an honest review from Tyndale Blog Network.