Monday, January 24, 2011

NEW REVIEW: Rahiem Brooks - Laugh Now

Laugh NowRahiem Brooks -
Laugh Now -
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3 out of 5 books -

Identity theft affects millions each year. Losing your good credit to thieves in minutes is something that no one can imagine happening to them, but it does happen everyday. Laugh Now revolves around two brothers, Kareem and Dre Bezel, who are living two different lives.

Kareem is an expert at his craft, and he's smart, handsome, and the golden child in his family. But Kareem is also a professional con artist. Kareem has assumed the identities of many unknowing victims, using their credit cards and checks to help fund his budding fashion line. His brother, Dre, is also living two lives, which includes being one of biggest drug dealers in his state. These brothers often don’t see eye to eye, but they are forced to come together when Dre is confronted by a dirty DEA agent named Lucas McKenzey. Will the brothers be able to conquer the demons that are destined to send them to prison for a long time, or will the Bezel brothers have the last laugh?

Rahiem Brooks tackled a subject that is affecting millions, and I enjoy how he showed the in and outs of identity theft from the perspective of Kareem. The Bezel brothers are a force to reckoned with. At times, I did not have a true connection with the novel and found it hard to follow.  Laugh Now was a decent read.

Reviewed by Kristin for Urban Reviews

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