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A Drug Dealer's Dream
     

A Drug Dealer's Dream

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by Tremayne Johnson
 

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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 father's death at the early age of 12, Ahmed made a commitment to become one of the most respected hustlers on earth. Upon

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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 father's death at the early age of 12, Ahmed made a commitment to become one of the most respected hustlers on earth. Upon his release from six years of incarceration, Ahmed, 23, 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.

Editorial Reviews

Amazon.com - Brooke Carleton
"Action-packed novel with a plot filled with so many twists and turns that the reader has no choice but to stay glued to page after page until the very end. The characters have a natural vibe, and Johnson does a remarkable job of bringing them to life. The characters, in turn, pull readers in, making them personally invested in their fictional fates. Tremayne Johnson may be a debut author, but he will be a force to be reckoned with in the Street Lit genre." -Apex Reviews
Amazon.com - RM Jackson
"One way to learn why drug dealers get so caught up while selling drugs is to read a book from someone who has experiences from the streets and who played the game. A DRUG DEALER'S DREAM gives you good insight about drug dealers and the problems associated with walking on the wrong side of the law." -The RAWSISTAZ Reviewers

Product Details

BN ID:
2940013217393
Publisher:
King Publishing Group
Publication date:
10/05/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
158
Sales rank:
299,268
File size:
70 KB

Meet the Author

Tremayne 'GS' Johnson was born in New Rochelle, N.Y. In 2010, Johnson founded Black Media Enterprise, a New York -based media organization that handles music, film, and now publishing. To say the least, Johnson is a creator of profound arts, a role model to the next generation, and a stand-up guy. Alongside writing urban fiction, music and video/film production are some of the many talents he possesses. Johnson is the author of "KING" He is currently working on his next novel.

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A Drug Dealer's Dream 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 14 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love all Tremayne's books, they are worth buying and reading. I look forward to reading more...when is the next one dropping?!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book was a welcome change of pace to my normal library of picks. I can't wait to see what journey Tremayne takes me on next! Sit back and enjoy the ride. You'll be glad you picked this one up.
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But yet your average hood book just a better twist.
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I enjoyed the book from the ending you know its going to be more. I look forward to it.
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Really good book, lots of ebonics with slangs.