From number-one Essence best-selling author K’wan comes the next installment in his best-selling Hood Rat series.
Porsha, the ghetto princess; Boots, the scandalous baby mama; Frankie, a.k.a. Francine, the con artist: these three girls live in one apartment and are into all kinds of hood foolishness while having fun—until the day they find an eviction notice taped to their door. Now they have 72 hours to come up with all the money they owe in months of back rent.
Of course Don B. is still up to his old tricks with Big Dawg Ent. and is trying to find an artist to replace Animal. He comes across Lord Scientific, a rapper from Newark who proves to be much more than even Don B. can handle. Meanwhile, the police and Gucci are still searching for Animal, and they’ll uncover something about him and his abduction that no one was prepared for.
©2011 K'wan (P)2011 Blackstone Audio, Inc., and Buck 50 Productions, LLC
“The big draw here is the electric prose, which is imbued with profane, comic lyricism." (Publishers Weekly)
I've been an avid reader since I was a child. I love different types of writing styles and I am never afraid to try new authors.
This book kept me entertained the entire time. I would definately recommend this series to anyone.
I am an Audible Junkie!!!! lol I try to give reviews that are free of spoiler alerts. This is why I rarely go into the storyline.
This was agreat audio because of the sound effects and emphasis with the narrative. Cant wait for the next sequel to come out!
K'wan brings this story to life with the excellent sound effects and story line. You are sure to become a fan of not only this series but also of his work!
Welfare Wifeys.. I loved that book and the narrator
My favorite scene is when Animal came for Gucci at the hospital
The hospital scene. I was in tears
Cary Hite is an excellent narrator for hood rat novels. I enjoyed his characters and sound effects.
I love audio books & my Kindle is always with me. Good or bad, I hate not knowing how a book or series will end.
It was an entertaining listen.
At times, it seemed the pace was a little slow. It made the story drag.
Powerful, engaging, soothing
This book alone? NO? But a final book to wrap up the series? Yes. Each book leaves you with many open storylines.
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