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Publisher's Summary

Trust No Man is an urban street tale told in such vivid detail and with such gritty and compelling style, it's like watching a movie that keeps you on the edge of your seat from start to finish.

Terrence aka Youngblood is a young and jiggy stick-up kid in ATL with strict street principles respect for the code of his game, loyalty to those who are loyal to him, and much baby mama drama. Shan, Youngblood's cocaine sniffin' baby mama, violates him when she hooks up with one of his partnaz while Youngblood is serving a bid. When Youngblood touches down, it's on and poppin. Rich kid, a flamboyant drug kingpin wants to put Youngblood on his team, but Youngblood prefers to get his the fast way the ski mask way. When Youngblood hits a big lick, he finds out that more money means more problems.

Who can he trust? The answer will leave you speechless. Trust No Man is a story of murder, sex, money, bling, love, and betrayal. Get ready to have your every emotion touched. Trust No Man will do that!

©2008 Cash (P)2015 Audible Inc.

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  • Comeakco
  • Harper Woods, MI, United States
  • 04-09-15

Good Read with different twist!

A mixture of a Kwan novel and the movie Menace to Society. With a springle of Whida Clark.

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EXCELLENT!!!!!!!

What did you like best about this story?

This story had me on the edge....I could not stop listening to it...Great gangsta read...It is worth the money.

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  • Maya
  • BALTIMORE, MD, United States
  • 06-20-15

this book is the truth

Would you consider the audio edition of Trust No Man to be better than the print version?

Yes, I feel the narrator really brought it to life

What other book might you compare Trust No Man to and why?

I read many and you can compare it to the likes of K'wan, Ashley and her husband, noire and wahida because it's real, descriptive and keeps you coming back for more.

Which character – as performed by Brandon Rubin – was your favorite?

I really loved the voice of rich kid. He sounds just like a friend of mine.

If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

everyday grind in search of trust you will not find

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  • Rasheeda
  • jacksonville, FL, United States
  • 04-28-15

jaw dropping

definitely on the level I love to read at. . have to get the rest

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glimpse the lights.

Story enlighten me as to why so many street boys, players and others who went to prison, came out and lived the same life. very good writer and story teller.

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Ok This is just my opinion I'm not familiar with the gangsta lifestyle this is a classic! You can't be a Street-Lit fan without " Trust No Man" in oyur collection. Cash gave us exactly what the game needed A good old fashioned street-tale no cut, no chaser, raw like street-lit was intended to be. I was pleased to see that the publisher allowed Cash to do his thing without watering it down Cash spit real street talk in a way only someone who's been in the streets could spit it. Trust No Man is the first installment of the best and only. Book about gangsters I read is there a movie based on the book?

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Off to a good start.

If you enjoy books about the hood, or are just curious about how street life, this is a great fictional rendition, though greatly embellished, of the plight of a common street hustler. The narration is nice although it is also a bit dry at times. The story's progression is slow at first but then it rapidly picks up. I would at least get to chapter 3 before you decide whether you want to continue or not.

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Listen worthy

I enjoyed this book. I will continue on to part 2. I like it overall.

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Boring

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

If you've never been to the hood or was not raised in the hood, this story may interest you. But if thats not the case this will bore you to death! It's the story of the most average and basic hood guy.. Woman bashing, hustling, baby having black kid.. snooze feast!

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so entertaining!

amazing writing story is so good! worth the credit! im on book 2 and looking forward to listening to the whole seris