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Hoodlum 2

The Good Son
By: K’wan
Narrated by: L. Steven
Series: Hoodlum, Book 2
Length: 7 hrs and 29 mins
Categories: Fiction, African-American
4.5 out of 5 stars (198 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

All he ever wanted to be was a good son.

Shai Clark was an all-American basketball player with aspirations of one day making it to the NBA, but that all changed when his father was viciously murdered and he found himself thrust into the role of the new head of his family's criminal enterprise.

After waging a war on the streets of New York that lasts nearly three years, it seems like peace is finally being restored to the land and Shai can get back to focusing on continuing his father's mission to legitimize the Clark family - but little does he know it was only the calm before the storm. Not everyone respects his claim to the Clark empire, and when new and old enemies start to come out of the woodwork, Shai will find that inheriting the throne was one thing but holding onto it will prove to be a far more difficult task.

©2017 K'wan Foye (P)2017 Blackstone Publishing and Urban Audiobooks

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the Clark organization

can't wait for part 3 cause I know it's going to be good k'wan puts out nothing but straight raw dope.

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short changed the story was chopped up leaving you

what about you the story was incomplete leaving you right in the middle of the suspense it seems to me not worth the money spent now you're forced to buy another book just to complete the narrative

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k wan never fails been waiting on this sequel for

killed it cant wait for the third one want to know whats going to happen with Tommy and shai

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The beast is born

really good read. I enjoy hearing about "how it all began" type stories. it was entertaining and full of suspense.

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Wow!!!

Can’t wait for the next installment of hoodlum... been a fan since 06 and love all of kwans work. keep it up brutha !!!

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No

Not as good as Part 1. I wanted more of Shai! Missed the narrator from Part 1 as well.

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Great book

I really like this hop and can't wait to see part 3 I need more thanks

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I know it's gotta be another book it no good end

I like this book and it can't just end the Way it did the Mainz

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  • lerone
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  • 08-21-17

the mature son

The narrator was excellent in developing the characteristics of the main players. The story was very good and continued from the previous without any major hurdle. I can not wait for part three.

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Kwan has done it again 🙌🏾

I love this book!!! Cant wait for Hoodlum 3! Kwan really keeps his readers happy