didn't look at the printed version but I like listening to the audio version
no I haven't listened to his work before
several parts in the book moved me
Which came first... the books or the glasses?
This seems like it could have been a good story but I couldn't finish it because waaay too much cussing. I am not a prude. I don't mind a swear word here and there at appropriate points in a story but every other word, F this and F that was just too much. I had enough. If the author could write a non explicit version I would be willing to give it another try.
I was truly upset when this audiobook ended! I was hoping for just a few more minutes of Keyshia and Clyde! The story was a really good and it was different. Not all what I expected and I was pleasantly surprised. I will surely listen to this one again. Now, I'm just awaiting what comes next from Treasure E. Blue!
This book was okay. It appears that the author enjoyed developing her characters. I am not sure that I would recommend it to others. The storyline appeared a bit cliche.
OMG.....THIS BOOK IS GREAT I ENCOURAGE ANYONE TO BUY IT ....U WILL NOT WASTE MONEY OR A CREDIT....ITS WILL HAVE U LAUGHING AND CRYING BUT MOST OF ALL LEAVING U WITH HOPE....GREAT READ OR LISTEN
I have to admit at first when I read the summary of this novel I thought it would be just another hood novel. It was a hood novel, but not like the rest. It really caught me and I couldn't stop listening when I started. It was an amazing listen, and not what I expected at all. One of the best urban books I've listened to and read all together. Great book.