This is another one for the books! They straight knocked this one out the park; I am anxiously awaiting the trilogy, book three! The narrator did it so0 much justice. Liberty was so naive. Dahlia so sinister and the dudes were so weak by females, I just wonder if it is true (how weak a woman can make a man). Just read this one, it’s awesome.
Ok so I didn’t read the narrative about the book and simply assumed it was an autobiography of sorts. (((NOT!!)) It’s a novel a pretty good novel. Initially I thought it was about T.I.’s life, but the story didn’t match up with the things “I know” about T.I.
The book has two main characters that it follows in a coming of age type of story line (which I heart). The drama and the twist and turns are unexpected. Some events seems unrealistic, like the portions of the young girl moving to all these places (East & West coasts and the Midwest ) and being put up w/o paying rent, obtaining hands-on formal training in the fashion industry. The same things happening with the guy in the book, moving around and learning the drug business indirectly by being put up and not paying his own way. I also think it is very unbelievable for a guy in which they portrayed to be able to carry out one of his 1st tasks w/o hesitation or a bit of remorse. That is all I can say without telling you the intricate details.
GO BUY, IT’S A REALLY GOOD READ!!!
I really enjoyed this book, it was very intriguing. Plenty unexpected surprises. The story line highlights the saying, "An idle mind is the devils workshop". OMG, you have no idea, that title is awesome and deceiving.
I recommend this selection. Get it!
I would have like to have known more on various characters, but I assume that is for sequels. I'm not hype about the book. It was definitely a good book, it wasn't GREAT. I would recommend.
It was about work drama, but not a lot of emphasis on cubicle, I guess I was being to literal. The characters were well developed. NOT predictable, which was a plus!
I was rooting for Fly Betty the entire book. I didn't understand how Scar had the money, to throw around. The ending was 'Fly Betty'! The rules, wake me up when they are over. The ending ties everything together. I like how the author weaves the story together with the two generations.
This book performance would be Dynamic, with another narrator. It might be better self read!
The book and content was AMAZING!
I don’t usually gravitate toward street fiction, if that is a genre (drug dealers and hustlers). Lately I have come across a few that have piqued my interest, this being one of them. This was a REALLY GOOD BOOK! As with most fiction, the authors throw some stuff in that make you say, “Riiiiight that could happen” (sarcastically). There’s never a dull moment. Well worth my gamble to purchase. I will read more books from this author. The book had, love, loyalty, betrayal, gangster, the opposite of a gangster the security guards, lol.
Knowing I have read a book within a series excites me, because, I know there are more good books to read. I have to go figure the sequence and listen away. Pick them up and enjoy a slice of pie from the other side of the tracks.
If you don’t pay attention, you will have to rewind. This book is a good read with more of the same from the previous reads in this series. Some stuff is straight unbelievable. Unbelievable in the sense you are going to be like, yeah right, that could happen(sarcastically). I did enjoy it, the sound effects, had me looking around at times trying to figure out if that was the book or something going on near me, lol. The character development, always good, you feel like you know them especially by now. I’m being really vague as not to give away the juiciness. You will not get bored, excitement throughout. Wondering if there will be a #5.
You are on your toes from the beginning, always figuring, concluding and coming up with the wrong answer, lol. The story line is fabulous, similar to playing a game of clue. You are trying to identify who, why, how and when. You will never guess the ending, unbelievable conclusion, but the journey of the characters are *singing * AwwWwWwesome. The little dude, oh what a revelation. The news reporters were annoyingly hilarious. That all-over-the-place daughter she was cray-cray. In summary, I like the fact that the fat girl prevails! This one was a pleasure to experience.
Dude a little crazy (Granville), okaaay a lot crazy. No one can be that dumb, I pray. The book was good because, although you anticipate a few things, because they are twisted, they are not as predictable as you expect. Well written and full of drama. I was on the edge of my seat. Talk about captivated. The story of a stalker.
OMG – Monkey Night was simply the best character ever. I love the ugly duckling undertones….okaaay overtones. The true presence in the book is all about personal growth despite obstacles. It is very well written (can’t say that enough times).
I got lost in the book, and you know what they say about a good book, they are always too short, so I am requesting a sequel. This book went up and down Interstate 95 with me, proving to make the ride intriguing and peaceful, I forgot the time.
The narrator did this piece of art the justice it deserved. If you ever had a crush, if you have ever been embarrassed about your skeletons, if you have ever known someone that was truly a ‘B’, the artist craft fully weaves them all together in a beautiful basket, with a bow.
I had no expectation, because I only know the author as a reality show personality. Well be not disappointed getting this book. It was really good. The narrator slammed this one.
This book draws a picture of items seen on the BBW, but digs a little deeper, especially in character development. It’s about a group of women that form a club based on them being involved with athletes. The groups premise is protection from those outside the circle trying to get in, like, groupies and such. Get in by trying to get their men. (Eye roll, lol) They try to get pregnant for cash and a whole lot of other instances. I will stop here before I give it away. It’s not predictable but it is......It is real juicy at times.
'Inner Circle' written by Evelyn Lozada....She got skills. (ebonically speaking). The book was surprisingly a very good read. Between her and Ashley and JaQuavis, Cash Money is doing their thing in the book arena well, similar to their music careers. I would definitely refer this book.
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