©1997 Eric Jerome Dickey; (P)2002 Recorded Books
Eric Jerome Dickey at his best! You'll know and love these unforgettable urban charactures, that will take you on an emotional ride from begining to end. One minute it's laugh out loud funny, the next, it's painstaking, heart felt emotions that will have you wishing you could just reach out to all the characters and hug them....I loved this book!
The book has a decent storyline but it just too wordy for no reason and it just seem to drag on. I couldn't seem to connect to this book.
This book is not a real page-turner like the author's Gideon saga. The only character of interest was Chiquita, who was noticeably overshadowed by Inda. The narrator for Inda lacks creative range, which made the book seem to drag on even longer. Pass on this one, ladies, and use your credits on another one of EJD's best sellers.
Family, love, and loyalty
The most memorable moment was when Shakita's mother told her the truth about why she was not in her life.
Yes. They seem the same to me. They are great narrators.
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