Not really sure due to the story was some what predictable.
To friends who are into emotional excitment.
Hard to say she was so inticing with all of the characters
Although the book had its predictable moments it still was an indepth story.
Yes, the story truly kept me wanting to see how mature the characters would be with what they encountered.
None at this time
What I liked most was that you really felt the drama that adults would go thru which the the teenagers experienced b/c the narrator coincide w/alot of the characters and the scenes. What I liked least was a few times the narrator did not give life to certain parts of the story.
Everthing in the dark MUST come to lite.
This truly is a story that is told by a woman told truth a teenagers world.
Like when I read the book each narrator had me feel each characters emotions.
Bishop was realistic. He really showed you he is human and has feeling like every people instead of portraying a holyer than though additude.
I've listened to some of Patricia R Floyd's performances and this one she really put more definition into this character. I've also listened to some of Marc Damon Johnson's performances, like the rest he really had you feel who he portrayed.
When Bishop not the crash out of Aaron and the entertainment rep.
This story really is weather changer. It's Sun starts off shining so bright but then the rain and creeps in pouring down rain. There are times the sun tries to peak while it's still pouring down rain but then the clouds are battling the sun and it job to give lite shining bright. It's pouring down rain where there are times you can and can't enjoy it.
What I like most was how there was such a tangle of situations going on w/in the story that it always kept the reader on their toes. What I like least about it was that sometimes Symone was predictable.
When Symone went to the meeting to cause havoc for Tia by bringing such disturbing news to the meeting.
I loved how each narrator was able to show so much difference in some of the various characters they had to portray along w/ their main character. What I liked least about the perfumes was that sometimes if seemed as if the narrators were reading their rolls instead of giving performances.
LIVE LOVE LAUGH
James, He kept me laughing as he went thru his sexscapedes. Although he was a womanizer, he was true example of a pure hearted father. He also showed that it's never too late to change for the better.
Karen Pitman, Her performance seemed like it was more of a spoiled brat vs the other her performance which came across as one you didn't want to mess w/ her. Both were outstanding
Oh YES. To many times I almost missed my transportation or wanted to postpone what I had planned.
Like a movie or a song, I look forward to listening to it again.
Yes, I laugh so much as I read and come across the message, let go of your past in order to move on in life.
When Lisa Marie was struggling b/c Monic got T.K. to have lunch w/ her and it caused Lisa Marie to throw an attitude making her lose a point.
Each narrator gives the characters they play so much personality which then gives the book so much enthused life.
I if had the time I would have.
Men who are in denial of themselves. It took some of the craziest and most painful, for one, resullts to get them to except their true selves.
When Sonny killed his wife's ex
The story was not just one sided. You get to hear about 1 situation from different perspectives yet it's still the truth.
Threes A Crowd
DEFINITELY, It has a theme that is head shaking and so realistic. Each narrator gave you the character's personality w/ such definition.
When the 1st Lady stood up for her son and when the 1st Lady jumped all over Donna when she found out she was pregnant.
W/ each role they had to play, they gave life to other charterers that their main character encountered
No extreme reaction
It has an ending that has me wanting to jump to the next book in the series w/ no hesitation.
Keyshia and Clyde show you that before you move forward you have to mend the past. Clyde had to face his unanswered questions and painful feels w/his dad and Keyshia had to face several childhood issues that injured emotionally and mentally, no matter how painful.
1) Clyde teaching Keyshia to use a firearm 2) Clyde facing his father 3) Keyshia voluntarily building a relationship w/her, future mother-in-law.
He gave each character so much definition. He truly puts so much life and energy into the narrating/story telling. Made me look for more of his work.
Clyde's mother, b/c during the story even when she didn't speak, she had you feel what she was going thru due to struggles w/ her past. Especially at the court she really came out and had you feel her anger which eventually prospered into joy.
Truly a life like story.
I don't know. I did not read the print version.
Yes, b/c as I listened I felt myself there walking thru the streets, feeling the pain, assisting w/the sales.
So hard to decide b/c he did them all well
Barrie D Buckner truly had you feel the street literature that Dutch wrote so purely.
I would say a in the top 10
Each character truly had their own story.
She brought so much energy and life to each story.
Vanessa, to truly get a more in depth understanding of her and try to help her know she is not alone.
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