B-more Careful: A Novel

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Meow Meow Productions, 2001 - Fiction - 281 pages
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Fatherless and with an addict mother, Netta, the leader of the Pussy Pound, relies on her body and her wiles to survive the harsh streets of Baltimore, but finds there is more to life after her heartbroken lover Black swears revenge on her.

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I know I shouldn't have read this book: I mean, what was I expecting? But I did anyway, and here is my answer: it is crap. Absolute crap. The action is okay but I just can't believe all the stuff that Netta did and it's hard to relate to her. Plus, the writing style is weird, there're a bunch of mistakes, and the way the girls treat themselves is horrible. Even the sex isn't good. DO NOT READ!  

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Really enjoyed this book and could really relate to the image drawn by the writer. Read full review

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About the author (2001)

Shannon Holmes wrote his first novel, "B-More Careful", while in prison. When it was published, it immediately became a #1 bestseller, making him a major name in a new generation of fiction: hip-hop fiction. He then launched Triple Crown Publications, one of the leading publishers of hip-hop fiction, with Vickie Stringer, and wrote more novels, including the #1 "Essence" bestsellers "Bad Girlz", "Never Go Home Again", and "Dirty Game".

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