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Publisher's Summary

There's a saying in Brooklyn that if you come from my part of town, you're from around the way. Around the Way Girls is a fast-paced look at the life of some street-smart women who think they know it all but are about to get the lessons of their lives.

©2004 Angel Hunter, Dwayne Joseph, and La Jill Hunt (P)2017 Blackstone Publishing, and Urban Audiobooks

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 23-06-2017

Not my cup of tea

Where do I start? I one of the books I think it was around the girls 4. That book was amazing so I decided to try this one! I was beyond disappointed! Thus book lacked drama and action unlike the other ones. Each story in this book sort of just dragged on. It had some okay scenes buf no worh the money. Hated the book but loved the narrator

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  • Ta'Chele
  • 09-09-2017

Short stories!

I wasn't happy with the short stories! The 1st story ended to fast and then jumped right into the next story!

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  • Shay
  • 12-02-2020

Overall Ok

The stories were all unique in its on way but narration is key. if the narrator can't draw you in then the book is medicore. I couldn't get pass her lisp and she didn't change her inflection at all. Good book, bad narrator

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  • Rena
  • 15-01-2020

The first story

The narrator Honey in the first story reads the story emotionless and 4 to 5 words at a time. Can be a little annoying

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  • Cynthia R.
  • 18-05-2018

Narration could be better

Narrator's rhythm was a distraction. Story was good but, difficult to hold interest as read.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 01-04-2021

unpredictable

not what I expected.... could have been better than what it was ...don't know if want to start book 2

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  • Teresa J. Williams
  • 13-12-2020

Worst narrator ever

The stories were OK, but Honey Jones sounds like her teacher is making her read in front of the class and she would rather be anywhere else but reading these stories.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 24-09-2020

hot moma

this book was very good I like the way that the main character Frito end up dying

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  • Goldie Watson
  • 24-10-2019

Relatable Stories of some urban STRUGGLE ⭐

At 1st, I didn't care 2much for it but it's 3-4 other stories. fantastic read!

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  • Anonymous User
  • 11-03-2019

The Bomb!!

I 💙 This book! Job well done!! Next Book now.. I never wanted it to end!!

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