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Eraserheads

The Hood Misfits Series, Book 6
Narrated by: Ellis Park
Length: 8 hrs and 3 mins
4 out of 5 stars (58 ratings)
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Publisher's Summary

In Brick & Storm's Hood Misfits series, the motto is ENGA: Every nigga got an agenda, and in this tale, things are no different. Everyone has a secret.

What do you do when your work is used against you? This is a question that Auto, leader of the Eraserheads, faces when an unforeseen and dangerous situation wreaks havoc on everything he's built. It's up to him and his right hand, Code, along with their team of expert car thieves to figure out who's behind the attacks on their livelihood. When a crafty con woman named Smiley and a mysterious businessman named Boots step onto the scene, every player becomes a pawn in a war that is taking over the Trap. 

Experience the behind-the-scenes world of illegal racketeering, identity theft, and more in another Hood Misfits tale that will turn the very meaning of ENGA upside down. Step into the life of an Eraserhead.

©2018 Blackstone Publishing and Buck 50 Productions, LLC (P)2018 Urban Audiobooks

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Love the story..Kind of hate the Narrator

Ok, hate is a strong word. BUT...The narrator used the same voice for EVERY character (male or female). He has a nice and raspy voice that would make you swear you were listening to Ester Rolle in Beyonce's body the way the characters are described physically. Be prepared to work out the characters in your mind in preparation for the narration because he does not make them easy to differentiate. Disclaimer: I only marginally like the authors overall but the story was decent.

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Great story but...

I almost gave up on this book because of the narration! I’m glad I didn’t. it is a great story line. The narrator has a great voice but, each chapter is from a different perspective, both male and female they needed different narrators. If they did this the book would have been perfect. Next time I guess I would have to actually read the book.

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terrible narration, hard to follow

hard to follow terrible narration, couldn't tell who was speaking just bad altogether bad, bad, bad

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it's a great read like all of their books and you

it's another great one from them if you're familiar with their books you know how it is so this is another forget everything you doing page-turning put everything on pause and read or listen but I say read because it is what it is

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Hate the ending

Really wish we could have found out what happens to the crew, code, Smiley. And this us the type of story who should have had multiple narrators. But overall ,good story.

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Great Job!

I am a big fan of Brick and Storm. I've read all of their books. i can't wait to the sequel of this book. The narrator, Ellis Park, is dope. Great job with telling this story.

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Good

I enjoyed this book, but the others misfits was better. I m ready for another Misfit book

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Love the crazy Orlando's

The book was good. I wish you guys would write a book about the Orlando family. Instead of putting them in different stories. Just write about how Papa Orlando became the Boss he is. Back to this book, it was good.