"It's the penthouse or the morgue."
This is the philosophy adopted by Keshawn Wilson, a.k.a. "K-Dawg',' self-proclaimed lord of the streets. Keshawn is the youngest of five kids and one of only two that doesn't belong to his mother's husband. As a little boy he feels the distance between he and his stepfather, and life becomes increasingly difficult for him as the years pass. His childhood and young adult years are spent in a home for boys and state prison, where he serves time for manslaughter. It's during his time behind bars, amongst hardened criminals, that the seeds of evil take root in his life and mercilessly transform him from an innocent child into a heartless, conniving menace.
K-Dawg decides that the world owes him something, and when he is released from prison he intends to take it. He comes up with the ultimate power move that is sure to put him on top of the game or under the Earth. He wants it all, and he is dead set on having it - no matter what the cost. He has nothing to lose and everything to gain.
©2014 K'wan (P)2014 Blackstone Audio, Inc., and Buck 50 Productions, LLC
Definately, It held my attention from the beginning to the end. If you love street novels, this is a must listen or read. You won't be disapointed.
I would compare this book to Gansta, Kwan's other novel. I like how he intertwined some of the characters from Gansta with Road Dawgz. Lou Loc and Gutter where the characters in Gansta and in this book they were doing business with K-Dawg.
I just love Cary Hite. I love his different street voices. I am forever a fan.
Yes, I actually did. I'm so heartbroken about China, she was a down chick, let me not give away spoilers.Demon wow, every street dude need a Demon on their team.
Kwan keep up the good work. You are the best urban author in my library.
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