Son of a black gangster and an Italian mother with ties to a high profile mobster, the deadly mixture allows Spaz to become the most ruthless gangster in the City of Brotherly Love. What starts off as a plot to move his mother out of the lethal streets of North Philly, turns into a multi-million dollar drug enterprise. With his mafia drug supplier, Sticky Scilionni in his right ear, and the leader of the Black Boss Family, Kareem in his left ear, who can Spaz trust once he becomes a threat to the very street mentors that have trained him? His life takes on a ferocious transformation as he rises in power and becomes the gatekeeper of the hood between warring families.
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I love to listen good books. African American urban literature is my favorite. I hope to see them in more BoGo and discount sales.
Action packed...good flow .. the narrating was ok ... i like the sound additions to help make the story more engaging ..cant wait for the sequel ....
The storyline was predictable. The main character lacked personality. The narration was awful! It resembled the style of a sportscaster or even a 1940s radio actor. I've listened to HUNDREDS of audiobooks. This book and narration is definitely in my top 5 terrible. I'm asking for a refund.
I didn't read the print version.
Didn't have one.
No, but he's very good.
Yes, it was filled with action.
It was a bit too ghetto for me, but it had to be in order to be realistic.
I'M NOT PERFECT BUT I AM A LIMITED ADDITION!
All over the place could've used a different narrator story line wasn't good and the characters didn't stand out . Not the best work
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