Thuggz Valentine

Narrated by: Mark A. Neely
Length: 4 hrs and 54 mins
3.5 out of 5 stars (9 ratings)

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This is the first Street Lit book to be written in reverse! Thuggz Valentine is the story of a modern day Bonnie and Clyde, natural born killers who go out in a blaze of glory after taking on the city's police force. Step by step, listeners relive Ebony and Bless's last day together...Valentines Day. The day, however, starts nothing like it ends, and as time goes back, hour by hour, the two lovers are unable to avoid destiny. Fate brings them together in a most bizarre way, and the couple realize the day is not about winning, it's about embracing the moment, no matter the outcome. Thuggz Valentine is the story of a ghetto love doomed from the beginning, but definitely worth the trip to hell.

©2015 Wahida Clark (P)2017 Wahida Clark
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who writes a book backwards?!!?!?!?!

This was so frustrating. Book wrote from back to front a narrator I could just barely tolerate and a ridiculous story line from what I had the patience to read. This is GARBAGE and I expected so much more from Mrs. Clark.

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I didn’t like the story line at all

I didn’t like it at all. I don’t like how it went backwards at all

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Dam Good

This book has lots of adjective and adverb it keep my ears waiting for more action to go on didn't like the ending at all.