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Publisher's Summary

Julius Jr.'s childhood is far less than perfect. He is torn between his mother and father, who are going through a bitter divorce. When his father takes him from the comfort of the family home in Benton Harbor, Michigan, to the brutal streets of South Dallas, Texas, his world is turned upside down.

When Julius Jr.'s family is gruesomely murdered, his life takes another dramatic turn. His mother, Naje, moves to Texas to care for her youngest son and finds herself drawn into a conspiracy that threatens to not only take the life of her youngest son, but her life as well.

Roll with Julius as he grows into the ultimate hustler and unrelenting killer that the gang-ridden streets of South Dallas often breed. Streets where pimping, drug dealing, treachery, and betrayal go hand-in-hand.

©2012 Ink Slinger Publishing (P)2015 Ink Slinger Publishing

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What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?

I am trying to figure out why was this man chose to be the narrator of this book, bad choice, I'm sure he is good with other books not this street novel though.

How could the performance have been better?

An African American reader as this is an African american book about the streets.

Any additional comments?

Could not get into the book due to the narrator, where is Nicole Small she would have done this book justice.

2 of 3 people found this review helpful