This book is loaded with twist and turns! I loved it! It kept me drawn into each of the characters. Can't wait to read the third story! This is a must read for sure!
Animal II is grimey good! Shoot'em up gangsters, crooked cops, and hold'em down divas, this book delivers. I was completely taken by Animal this time. He is surly hood but in this book I understood his street struggles. His father Priest is Rudy Ray Moore bad and comes in to save Animal by helping him take on his thuggish street enemies. Animal isn't happy to see Priest but allows himself to be mentored by his father. Priest is a cold blooded mercenary and he holds fast to others paying their debts with their blood. Growing up without his father Animal finds that he has more in common than he cared to admit but also finds some disturbing demons lurking under Priest's collar. This book digs deep into both Animal and Priest's history. I wasn't disappointed to find out where they came from and where they were going. I smell an Animal III after listening to this book and as always Cary Hite's performance is outstandly dramatic! He paints a vividly clear picture that will leave you in awe!
This is an awesome book! The detail of each character is so lively! Cary Hite makes each character seem so real and K'wan makes sure you are left wanting to know more about each of them. After listening to this piece I was completely hooked. Animal's passion for Gucci was animalistic to say the least. Animal's survival was epic and I wanted him to be her hero. But not only is Animal able to overcome but his friends prove to be the most loyal in the jungle streets of the city. Bravo!
This book sheds a red light on our political figures. It's trashy at it's best, painting a picture of the madness that took place to push to the presidential seat. The real side of people in politics with real emotions. I could see the good, the bad and the ugly side of trying to make it to the center of America, the White House!
This book goes to great lengths to provide tons of information to educate African Americans while trying to maintain a story line. It is only because of Cary Hite that I was able to connect. I fast forwarded through most of the informative details when it became too heavy. I do however think that it was a great attempt to bring awareness to the AA community on illnesses, drugs, sex, addictions and STDs. Although this was a pretty decent book, I think that it would have been more appropriate to include this information at the end of the book for reference. Highly informative though.
Yes, I was hooked and listened to this book in less than two days. I could not put it down. You got some real grimy characters here. Ashley and Jaquivis are off the chain!
I enjoyed this book a great deal. Annette was very relatable. I tried years ago to read this book and couldn't but listening to Floyd made it easy.
The erotic portion was delivered well. It wasn't too much but Mr. Grey was nuts!
The ending was a twist.
The narrator had a tough time trying to making the letters and emails sound interesting.
I must admit the book did gain my attention because I wanted to know the plot. It took a really long time getting there.
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