Nan: The Game of Trife [NOOK Book]

Overview

In the city that never sleeps, Nathan “Nan” Jones, a young man that never slept, had just survived a vicious assassination attempt on his life. His execution was sanctioned by the criminal underworld, in an elaborate plot to be carried out by a corrupt group of bloodthirsty NYPD killer cops. Even though Nan barely lived through the attack by the skin of his teeth, everything that meant something to him was stolen away in less than a New York minute. He had survived—but, his mere existence may only be short lived....
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Nan: The Game of Trife

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Overview

In the city that never sleeps, Nathan “Nan” Jones, a young man that never slept, had just survived a vicious assassination attempt on his life. His execution was sanctioned by the criminal underworld, in an elaborate plot to be carried out by a corrupt group of bloodthirsty NYPD killer cops. Even though Nan barely lived through the attack by the skin of his teeth, everything that meant something to him was stolen away in less than a New York minute. He had survived—but, his mere existence may only be short lived. A massive manhunt has ensued, and the word has been put out on the streets to bring Nan in dead or alive. The clock is ticking, and he’s living on borrowed time.

On the same cold streets of Brooklyn, Jada Dupri, a Black girl lost, searches for some meaning to her convoluted life. She yearns to find the father she has never known, to develop a relationship with her mother that she has never had and to feel the unconditional love that she so desperately needs.

Even though these two individuals will never meet, and their paths will only cross on one fateful night, the critical decisions they both make will greatly impact the lives of one another.

After all, just like you and me, they are both merely pieces in the Game of Trife.

A Black girl lost, a young man’s pain, a grandmother’s guilt, a fugitive on the run…

Choose your piece, roll the dice and let the game begin.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012209641
  • Publisher: Mind Candy, LLC.
  • Publication date: 3/6/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 336
  • Sales rank: 1,036,488
  • File size: 806 KB

Meet the Author

Moses Miller is a journalist, a motivational speaker and an award winning author for Mind Candy, LLC, which is a company focused on book publishing, the development of screenplays and educational programming for our youth. A native New Yorker, Moses exhibits the uncanny ability to capture the pulse of the streets with intelligent and well thought out storylines. In the past, he has contributed articles and written for various websites and publications including The Voice, Newsday and 88HIPHOP.COM where he is currently the Editor in Chief of content. He holds a Bachelors degree in Business Management and a Masters of Science degree in Technology Management obtained from Polytechnic University. His first novel, Nan: The Trifling Times of Nathan Jones has received various awards and critical acclaim from readers and book clubs around the world. After the successful release of his first novel, Mr. Miller cemented a deal with F.E.D.S. magazine resulting in a joint venture to publish his second release, Once Upon A Time in Harlem in September of 2007. The highly anticipated second installment in the Nan series, The Game of Trife, was released through Mind Candy, LLC in August of 2008. Mr. Miller is a socially conscious individual who strives to play a key role in helping to improve the literacy rates amongst African American and Hispanic teens. Through his American Me “Voices of Our Youth” program, he has worked with several other organizations in an effort to decrease the high school dropout rates plaguing lower income communities. Mr. Miller’s inspirational book The Barack in Me, was written specifically for young African American males, with themes that cross the boundaries of gender and race. Mr. Miller is currently the facilitator for two youth mentoring programs focused on developing upstanding men and community leaders. His latest release, Nan: The Trifecta is the highly anticipated finale to his Nan series.
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