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Posted December 26, 2012
the book is called hush but the title should be RUSHED i mean it was too much going on in the book. all the characters being tied to one another just didnt seem realistic and everything was so rush and unexplained.the whole plot of the story seem so fake im no drug lord but im sure it doesnt go down like dat. the ending was horrible as wellWas this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted November 18, 2011
Although this book was predictable, It was actually pretty good. I loved how each chapter had drama in it unlike some books that start off so boring that you have to wait to almost the middle or ending to actually see some action. No, in this book, every chapter made you want to go straight to the next to see what would happen. This was my 1st time reading a book from this author. Honestly, I'd read the sequel if there even is oneWas this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted November 9, 2009
FBI Agent Deidre Aponte has just been handed a career-making case - find the kidnapped daughter of a U.S. Senator. In order to do this, she must infiltrate the F.A.B., a ruthless female trio of drug dealers. To capture the enemy, Deidre must become one of them. But the higher she rises in the organization, the deeper she gets. When the lines between what is right and what is wrong quickly become blurred, is Deidre in too deep?
Amaleka McCall's sophomore novel, "Hush," was a welcome return. Different than her previous novel, she offers a mystery/thriller with an edge of street. "Hush" was a quick and entertaining read. However, I would have preferred if more had come as a shock or surprise. The author gave way too many clues so the twists, turns and revelations were expected, making the novel predictable and thwarting its full potential. I look forward to Amaleka's next release.
To Urban Books, please find an editor that knows the rules for punctuation in connection with quotation marks. There were repeated occurrences of periods and commas AFTER a closing quotation mark. (Example: "Volume I: "The Call".) This company has been in business too long not to have something that simple right.
Reviewed by: Toni