Unlikely Brothers

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Unlikely Brothers
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Author John Prendergast
Michael Mattocks
Cover artist Random House (photo)
Country United States
Language English
Subject Biography & Autobiography; Memoirs
Published May 17, 2011 Random House
Media type Hardcover
Pages 272
ISBN 978-0-307-46484-2 (0-307-46484-9)

Unlikely Brothers: Our Story of Adventure, Loss and Redemption is co-authored by human rights activist and Co-Founder of the Enough Project, John Prendergast and his "Little Brother", Michael Mattocks.[1]


John Prendergast, at twenty years old, decided to become a Big Brother to Michael Mattocks, a seven-year-old living in a crime-ridden neighborhood in Washington, DC. The book, co-authored by both, describes their different perspectives on their continuing relationship, shared over a period of more than 27 years.


  1. ^ Random House

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