A Drug Dealer's Dream

A Drug Dealer's Dream✼ [EPUB] ✴ A Drug Dealer's Dream By Tremayne Johnson ❆ – Heartforum.co.uk Take a walk with one of the most relentless drug kingpins to ever promenade the streets of New York Ahmed Yung His father was an old school gangster and his mother passed away after giving birth, leav Take a walk with one of the most relentless drug kingpins to ever promenade the streets of New York Ahmed Yung His father was an old school gangster and his mother passed away after giving birth, leaving Ahmed to fend for himself Witnessing his A Drug PDF or father s death at the early age of , Ahmed made a commitment to become one of the most respected hustlers on earth Upon his release from six years of incarceration, Ahmed is forced to deal with the pressure His comrades have the game on smash and they re just waiting for his return to the streets Christal and Malique, his girlfriend and son, depend on him to adjust his lifestyle The choices he contemplates ultimately determine his destiny This is the story of almost every hustler who decides to play the game Mistakes are made, hearts are broken and lives are lost But one thing is for sure decisions will have to be made Strap up for a ride down a path of pain and glory This is A Drug Dealer s Dream.

Tremayne Johnson contrives a vividly, detailed canvas out of words that literally spring off the pages at you Descriptive scenes, clever plot formation and intoxicating story lines are sure to keep the reader enthralled Some of his favorites are Donald Goines, Chester Himes and A Drug PDF or James Patterson To date, he is the author of Bestselling novels, the owner and founder of King Publishing Group, and co owner of The Buzz Magazine Forinfo on Tremayne and to get free books visit tremaynej.

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    A Drug Dealer's Dream PDF/EPUB ✓ A Drug PDF or play the game Mistakes are made, hearts are broken and lives are lost But one thing is for sure decisions will have to be made Strap up for a ride down a path of pain and glory This is A Drug Dealer s Dream."/>
  • Paperback
  • 160 pages
  • A Drug Dealer's Dream
  • Tremayne Johnson
  • English
  • 09 May 2019
  • 1440423245

10 thoughts on “A Drug Dealer's Dream

  1. OOSA says:

    Just Too Good To Be True,Twenty three year old Ahmed Yung is released after serving a six year bid Christal, Ahmed s girlfriend, stayed faithful throughout the whole bid, raising their son Malique by herself When he gets out she prays that he will not get back in the game, but unfortunately that is exactly what he does He is makingmoney than he could have ever dreamed, but instead of getting out while the getting is good, he gets deeper in the game Doing things he would have never expe Just Too Good To Be True,Twenty three year old Ahmed Yung is released after serving a six year bid Christal, Ahmed s girlfriend, stayed faithful throughout the whole bid, raising their son Malique by herself When he gets out she prays that he will not get back in the game, but unfortunately that is exactly what he does He is makingmoney than he could have ever dreamed, but instead of getting out while the getting is good, he gets deeper in the game Doing things he would have never expected he would When you make a deal with the devil, some things seem to bejust too good to be true Is this just a drug dealer s dream A DRUG DEALER S DREAM has the potential to be a fantastic book Unfortunately, in my opinion the book read like one big summary of all the key points that the author wanted his book to be about You know how sometimes you may read a book that has too much detail Well this one is lacking considerably in detail I personally like to read a novel that has some suspense, has those twists and turns that build up to that climatic moment, but everything was so cut and dry with this book I also felt that there were some parts in the book that were unbelievable While reading, it read like someone was narrating the story but then it would switch to the dialogue between the characters for a brief moment and then back to the narration Everything was straight and to the point with a lot being left out All these points contributed in my giving this book a low rating Again, this book had the makings for an excellent read, but it was lacking Spoiler I haven t watched a movie or read a book yet that asked for that amount of money for a ransom that this book did Reviewed by LeonaR

  2. Cheryl says:

    Eha little too ghetto for me and I don t even know how that is possible Born and raised in the ghettoest hoodsgrowin up in section 8 housing, spending quite a few years as a resident in DC, and I still couldn t tolerate the way they spokeI think that it isn t always a bad thing to justgrowupI listened to this language at 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17 years oldand those that speak it as an adult do nothing but irritate and annoy me with their ignorance I do not speak perfectly Eha little too ghetto for me and I don t even know how that is possible Born and raised in the ghettoest hoodsgrowin up in section 8 housing, spending quite a few years as a resident in DC, and I still couldn t tolerate the way they spokeI think that it isn t always a bad thing to justgrowupI listened to this language at 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17 years oldand those that speak it as an adult do nothing but irritate and annoy me with their ignorance I do not speak perfectly but it can be toned down as an adult and doesn t need to be so.UGH

  3. Yvette says:

    I saw this book and thought it might be interesting AND it was also a FREE download the day that I ran across it To my surprise the book was pretty good I read it in a few hours and enjoyed it The slang was pretty strong but after a couple of chapters I fell right inlol Good job Tremayne, looking forward to the sequel I feel like somehow Malique will resurface

  4. Born True Bethea says:

    its a good book, but not really the best i have red It was ok, but the story line was very typical It had potential, but the author did not exploit them.

  5. Q.b. Wells says:

    Good book with a message.

  6. Juanesia says:

    It was a classic to me.

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