New York Times best-selling authors Ashley and JaQuavis have returned with the much-anticipated final installment in the epic Murderville Series.
Taking up where the thrilling Murderville 2: The Epidemic left off, we're thrown back into the international street chronicle. Lives and money are on the line, and tough choices will have to be made between love and loyalty. In the final installment of this breath-taking trilogy, the characters will have to learn that, in this game of power, sometimes you have to give up the glory to survive.
©2013 Ashley & JaQuavis (P)2013 Blackstone Audio, Inc.
NO more Ashley & JaQuavis, yes for Cary Hite.
Liberty falling in love with Rocko. I mean really? And not seeing what Dahlia was up to. How does this girl not know how to read people after all this time? How?
Yes and he is amazing. His performance was great, the content was bad.
Pure sadness that I wasted a credit.
Audiobook-aholic and Podcast junky! An earbud is attached to my ear throughout my workday and when I'm working out! I admit, sometimes feel a little bit of guilt that I have easy access to enthralling, thought-provoking, and entertaining material that my circle of friends haven't discovered.
Loved the journey this trilogy took me on!! Africa to the US to LA, Detroit!! Amazing weave and the story kept me immersed in their world.
Loved Cary's African accents!! He NAILED it!
Murderville is perfect since it has a strong reference in Book 1
Check it out from Book 1!
LIFE just happens that way sometimes!
oh how I had been waiting to get this book and I wasn't let down. It starts where the last book leaves off with Dahlia trying to control her own empire and become the Boss Bitch at every turn. I realized that the power Dahlia wanted to get was never enough for her. She always wanted more to the point she became obsessed. I was excited to see Liberty handle her business and not let her heart control her mind. Only the strong will survive and a person from the past pops up and becomes part of the rise of some and fall of others. I loved the whole murderville series and will continue to support the audio and paperback of such great authors. Good job Ashley and Jaquavis you got a true fan of your work.
It you don't like...change it!
The series is good and is one of my favorite.
Yes, I listen to this book in one sitting while braiding my daughter hair. I had my head phones on and in no time I was done with her head, cleaned up the mess, and off to getting ready for the next day all while listening closely to this book.
Murderville 3 was good and it tied up all the loose end in the story. Really like the way that is ended and looking forward to what next for this series.
Yes I definately would listen to this book again. It was well written and I love the fairytale ending for Liberty.
The most memorable moments was when Ashai come to Liberty at the end and gave her his blessings to be happy.
I'm a big Cary Hite fan, he always bring life to the story that he is reading,
This book made me laugh and cry. Dahila was so heartless and greedy, I'm so happy she finally got what was coming to her at the end.
Ashley and JaQuavis great job on this book. I wish it was longer but the ending of the story made up for its short version. I'm so ready for the IIlluminati. I love the way you two brought characters together from your other books. Keep up the good job and I am forever a fan.
I liked the whole series of Murderville. Its ranks about an 8
Liberty overcoming all obstacles
Against all odds
Yes, The narrator gave me a story that had me as if I was actually at the scene.
When Dahlia played Russian rulet w/ the widow.
Energy, spontaneity, and how he always catches me of guard bringing a character to life more than I expect.
Yes, It had laughing, frowning, gasping for air, smiling, even shaking my head.
Murderville 3 will lead you into a book the authors will have coming out in Mar.
I really appreciated Rocko's character. I admired his loyalty, sense of decency and his strength.
Yes. He's never given a lackluster performance. In fact, I believe the performance made the story better.
I was frustrated how Dahlia kept coming out smelling like rose (ugh...). That was my most consistent emotion.
The ending was a bit strange, but....I could appreciate it. It brought closure while leaving a mild sense of suspense. I look forward to more from A and J.
The most enjoyable experience of listening to Marseille 3 is the growth and dignity that Liberty displayed throughout the book.
I think Kwan's book "Animal" and De'Nesha Diamond's books can be compared to Murderville 3 because all of these books have murder, s tdeep, rong-willed and weak subjects, mayhem, drugs as part of their storylines.
Deep, focused, substantive.
Yes, my extreme reaction was that of sadness about the sex & drug trafficking, and using children, ruiniing their lives and chances for the most part.
Liberty maintains her dignity no matter what she goes thru.
I love this trilogy rates in the top for me.
My favorite character is Liberty of course. I love the fact that she is a good girl after everything that she went through.
My favorite scene was when karma finally catches Dahlia.
Yes, I listened to this in one day.
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