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Cartier Cartel

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  • Posted July 5, 2009

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    Dynamics

    "Cartier Cartel" chronicles the lives of a group of female friends from the 'hood' who survive by stealing clothes and other merchandise from high-end stores. Cartier, the main character, is the group's leader. The book starts with her tense relationship with her unfit mother who seems to be more interested in partying than seeing about her teenage daughter.

    Nisa Santiago does a good job developing the characters as they go from their teenage years to their adult years. However, the relationship between the girls seems to be nonexistent towards the middle to the end of the book. The story then shifts towards a love triangle involving Cartier.

    Overall, it was a good story; full of drama and a a few twists and turns.


    Reviewed by: Jermaine

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 25, 2009

    Keept me interested

    The book was good from the beginning. The lives the girls lived remind you how kids today take the wrong road. The book also shows how parents play a role in the actions that your take. It is definitely a cycle. The book was also about redemption and loyalty. Over all it was one of the better books that I have read in a long time. I was glad to see that it was not the typical story. I cried some, I was surprised a lot, I even stopped to think about my own actions and how they affect others. Pick up the book, it is a good read.

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