The queen of the street lit genre, De’nesha Diamond pens tales about the toughest ride-or-die chicks ever to roam the streets of the Dirty South. In Street Divas, four powerful women vie for total control of the Memphis hood, and they aren’t about to let past loyalties get in their way. While Lucifer is hitting the streets to get her revenge for a deadly shooting, Essence is hitting the sheets - with her best friend’s man. And Yolanda knows her path to power lies with her baby’s hustler father, but Queen G Leshelle is dead set on keeping this game all to herself.
©2011 De'nesha Diamond (P)2012 Recorded Books
Say something about yourself!
Women running S*&!
When LeShelle got what was long overdue from her sister La'Shara.
I think they should have had the same narrator for this one that did Hustlin' Divas. I think her name was Honey something. I really liked her and her sound effects. These narrators had none. They just read the words. I felt like I didn't know any of these characters because of the different narrators.
Not really I just felt bad about Essence.
There were a few inconsistency like when Yolanda said that she didn't know Baby's real name until she went to the funeral in Hustlin Divas and then turn around in this one and say when she was meeting with her children say that she named her 3 year old daughter after her. Then Momma Peaches says that she can't go and see her husband in jail because she's on parole but then when she needs to ask him a question about him being Mason's dad she all of a sudden can get in and see him.
But all and all I loved the story.
The audio version is the best, you get to feel the emotions of the characters. The book leaves you in suspense and on the edge of your seat. I can't wait to hear more.
I liked the way the narrator knew how to sound like different people when multiple.characters are talking.
This story gives you a rough and raw tale of women who choose to get in the gang life and try to dominate as strongly as the men. It will make you smile, make you feel sad, and mad throughout this book. Very good story and narrated by my fave,Honey Jones. She really gets into the characters and really shows off with the character Mama Peaches.
Love to listen to books more often than reading. Audible gets me through the day and night more especially when I'm working !
Captivating, Mysterious, Cliffhanger
At the end when Python suspects Mason to be his brother due to the birth mark on his neck that they both share.
Yes, I love all of their voices, it add's a voice to the face created in the listener's mind.
yes, I didn't want to stop listening
I can't wait to hear the follow up to this story.
I felt it was an ignorant piece of work that just detailed ultimate exaggeration of street violence and bad language!
Cannot be saved!
The whole work.
Street like.. I like the story line.. These tyoe of things really happen..
My Fav character is Profitt (Hustln' Divas)
I really do not like the new narrators, none of the voices fit the characters.. The author should have kept the same narrators.. Simi Howell always sounds like she has a mouth full of slyva and I mostly have to skip every part that she reads, but since shes the main character i have no choice but to listen to it.. I do not like her as a narrator on this book and all the others I've heard her in
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