Carl Weber presents the second installment of an eight-book series, Kingpin.
Carl Weber brings the best of urban street lit authors together, all telling their own dramatic tales of life in the streets in known cities across the USA. The second installment continues with Treasure Hernandez telling the tale of the Dirty South.
©2015 Treasure Hernandez (P)2015 Recorded Books
Never live your life by committee...
No, I wouldn't recommend this book. It's not what I expected or enjoyed. The book was lacking all the ingredients of a book about the drug game. Things like action, excitement, violence, sex or even the intensity involved with the pressures of being apart of that type of activity. It reminded me of a lifetime network type show. So, I guess if that's your cup of tea this book is for you.
This book was not what I expect when Carl Weber is involved. I've listened to both the first and second book and just not explosive as his other books.
The narrator was good it would have been better if the story was good.
THE WHOLE BOOK
Don't waste a credit on this book.
Yes . The story was so emotional yet so action packed. It tells the story, as Daddy's like girl grows up in the dirty world of drugs she sees daddy doesn't lie.
1)How descriptive it was in the being when she is being taught by daddy at an early age the does and donts, the how to's and most of all. The start strong part before they seperate.
She gives such defined tone when she narrates the actions in the beginning that makes you feel as if you were there receiving daddy's love
Yes, from the beginning til the time she leave New York.
A MUST listen to. I read it then listened to it.
Horrible. Boring.This book was so slow, it was actually painful to listen to. I kept waiting for the story to pick up and it never did. SMH.
Have a co-author to bring some excitement to the story.
Maybe multiple narrators would have made the performance better. Again, it was a snooze fest.
The story was great, hope there is a second book... The narrator on the other hand was horrible... Her emotional inflections could have been better to make the story more lively...
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