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on January 12, 2015
Pages: 266 pages
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Everybody is born into a world of sin, but how can you change your fate when that’s the only life you know? Damien Ruffin was born and raised in Harlem’s Taft Projects by his heroine addicted mother. He only had one ambition in life, and that was to get out.
Damien becomes a solider in the street gang called, The Untouchables, led by the notorious gangsta known as Bishop. He quickly works his way up the ranks under the guidance of Bishop’s lieutenant Dwayne. Alliances are formed, loyalties are tested, but an old secret discovered could change everything.
An internal war between Bishop and Dwayne for power will force Damien to make a choice, but his personal demons may prove to be his ultimate downfall.
Damien Ruffin had more going for his life than living in the Taft Apartments with his heroine Mother. With no other choice, he decides to join a gang named The Untouchables. Working his way up the ranks he proves to be a loyal worker. Things slowing change when a secret is revealed that can change everything. Damien soon finds out what the street life is all about.
Marlon McCaulsky pens a hood tale that will have you on a roller-coaster ride deep into the streets. Although the story held my attention, I felt that it was missing the extra push it needed to make me feel like it was a gang banger. I have enjoyed Marlon previous work, so I know he is a good author this one just wasn’t my favorite. I look forward to reading more of his work in the future.
Reviewed by: Katrina