Saturday, December 31, 2011

NEW REVIEW: Clifton Dutton - Prince To A King

Clifton Dutton
Prince To A King
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2.5 out of 5 books

Prince to A King tells the story of Kevin “Prince” Jackson, who witnessed his family being murdered at the tender age of 3. After being abandoned in the alley by his parents’ murderers, he is taken in by DC’s biggest drug dealer by the name of CJ Money. To avoid questioning from the police about the child ,C.J decides to raise him as his own son. Eventually, Prince takes over “the family business” and becomes one of the most feared drug kingpin in D.C. Will Prince ever discover the secrets to his past? Does Prince have what it takes to make it from Prince to A King?

This story was very predictable from beginning to end. I felt this book followed the “universal” outline for some urban books. In other words, Prince To A King lacked originality. The editing on this book was atrocious. For example, there were times I thought the author was introducing a new character, but the names of character(s) were just misspelled. The book ended with loose ends, and that usually means the author is planning a sequel. I wouldn’t completely rule out reading another selection from this author. My only advice for this author is to step out of your comfort zone and take some chances.

Reviewed by Orsayor for Urban Reviews

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