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Cheyenne and Kelsi grew up together in the hood. They're best friends who've always had each other's backs - until Cheyenne' s father is released from prison and Kelsi can't resist his advances. Their scandalous affair might do more than just tear apart a friendship; it could destroy Cheyenne's whole world.

Angela Farmer's early childhood was filled with neglect and abuse at the hands of her drug-addicted mother. Not even the love and support of her foster parents could totally erase her painful memories. In an effort to rid herself of her demons, Angela makes it her mission to protect others, but her methods strike fear in the hearts of the people around her. Eva is a good, churchgoing girl who seems to have the perfect life, until she's wrongly accused of embezzling from her clients. Caught up in a struggle to prove her innocence, she is forced to face the grittier side of life. She enters into a sexually charged world fueled by power, murder, and greed, where she must adapt if she's going to survive. Eva wants to remain true to herself and everything she's been taught in the church, but like Jay Z says, " When church is over, life begins."

©2013 Amaleka McCall, Chunichi, Meisha Camm, Ni'chelle Genovese (P)2014 Recorded Books

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  • Dream
  • Watauga, TX, United States
  • 04-08-14

I was not impressed

This collection of short stories were really a hott mess. I think the theme I took from all these stories were little girls becoming women way before they were ready, and the men that did them wrong and the people they had to kill to find themselves. Although the stories were long and drawn out I can respect that the authors did their best in writing them. The narrators were pretty good but the stories could have been a lot better. I will not put these authors down but I will be watching to see how well their skills will develop. But to sum it all up "I'm not impressed".

4 of 5 people found this review helpful

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misleading & disappointed.

these series to me seemed half done and incomplete. the 1st one was slow at 1st then it got a lil interesting & what eva hppnd to Kelsey's Nana? it ended weird. then the 2nd series the tramatized psycho skitzo child killer who turns into a grown sex addict killer after all she go thru to get hypnosis and meet her voices at the end????down to the innocent church girl /bisexual sex dummy???like I'm so lost & confused off this series. I'm sorry. The stories were good stories it's just the way they were delivered and how they ended that I dislike.

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  • tierra
  • Saint Louis, MO, United States
  • 05-20-16

narrators did well but the stories were awful

this was poorly written. the narrators did well buy especially the second story I didn't understand

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  • JALAYNE
  • SAINT LOUIS, MO, United States
  • 09-09-14

BAD GIRLS, TALKING BOUT THE BAD GIRLS

LISTEN,THIS IS A 3 STORY BOOK, WHICH WASN'T MADE CLEAR, ANYWAY EACH STORY HAD SOME BAD, KICK ASS WOMEN, WORTH CREDIT

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it was aight...

I thought that the stories were going to be about chicks from the hood but they really weren't about chick from the hood. They were some basics stories.

0 of 1 people found this review helpful

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Boring

What would have made Girls From Da Hood 9 better?

The stories wre not very interesting.. I know these are short stories but two of them ended abruptly leaving a few questions unanswered,

Would you ever listen to anything by the authors again?

Not sure if I will try these authors out again. I've read books by Chunichi before and she's usually pretty good but I was disappointed this time.

Which character – as performed by Diane Luke and Celeste Graham – was your favorite?

Diana Luke is one of my favorite narrators.

0 of 1 people found this review helpful