Eviction Notice -
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5 out of 5 books -
Being an avid K'wan fan, I couldn’t wait to dive into Eviction Notice. Eviction Notice will take you from the rough streets of Harlem, and all the way to San Juan, Puerto Rico. Kwan starts his journey where Welfare Wifeys and Hood left off, using some of the same characters but also reintroducing some of new characters. Animal was an up-and-coming artist under Big Dawg Records who made it big on the charts, but old habits die hard. When Animal catches a life sentence and is on his way to start his prison bid, he is mysteriously abducted, leaving bloodshed and bodies down. Animal's disappearance has Harlem shook, especially his fiancé Gucci. Is Animal gone for good, or does he have a surprise for everybody in Harlem?
Three friends and roommates named Porsha, Frankie, and Sahara find themselves with an eviction notice after getting conned out of their rent money from the landlord that they are subletting their apartment from. Facing the possibility of being putting out on the street, the girls must raise the back due rent. The girls get involved in all kinds of situations and schemes including stripping, selling drugs, dating a CEO of a record label and to one being accused of murder. Will the girls be able to raise the money they need, or will all hell break loose?
Eviction Notice by K'wan was a great read. Kwan keeps you entertained from the beginning to the end with the gritty trails of Harlem and beyond. When money and greed is involved, you never know what a person will do to get their hands on the cold hard green.
Reviewed by Kristin for Urban Reviews
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