Best-selling author Keith Lee Johnson returns to 1950s New Orleans for this powerful sequel to his sensationally popular Little Black Girl Lost.
©2006 Keith Lee Johnson; (P)2007 Recorded Books
In this second installment to Little Black Girl lost I was still feeling the pain that Johnny felt and I was on the edge of my seat daily wondering what would happen next. It is the perfect prequel to the first and I cant wait to listen to part III. I am totally excited about this book. Johnny is someone we can all relate to as young black women. Keith Lee Johnson has outdone himself once again.
the author wants to portray the main character as some intelligent being on one hand, a dunce on the other, the best friend a person can have on the third hand, a manipulator on the fourth hand and so on, in the meantime the author would also like the reader to believe a person as smart and ruthless as the crime boss would go to the lenghts that he goes to, just to have the main character, of course the ending of this book only tells you that the author is more interested in hoping you the reader buy the follow-up book
After listening to the first book I had to buy 2 and 3. The narrator did the best job with every character and the book and I loved how he was the reader for the remaining books. He made a clear distinction between each character. I loved the story line and thought in the begining a child being sold into prostitution but it wasn't as bad as you think there was more to the story line. I really enjoyed this book and think its well worth the purchase.
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