Gutter

Gutter

by K'wan
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Gutter 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 34 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
GUTTER is the long awaited sequel to K'wan's very first novel. To say that it's colossal would be like saying water is wet. Captivated by the excessive hunger, readers are instantly caught up in a vicious war. And while you may know that it's wrong, you feel yourself shift as you've instantly chosen a side. Your heart is beating in your ears as the first bullet is chambered. Afflicted with guilt, terrorized and terrified, but at the first sight of blood, you're unable to turn away. Like a leech, you read on, thirsting and needing more. GUTTER begins with best friends Kenyatta, aka Dollar, and Louis, aka Baby Loc, talking about what Dollar has done to ruffle feathers. Dollar decides that the only way to make sense about what is going on is to start from the beginning... Lou-Loc is dead and as a result of it, Gutter is laying everything red down! Sharell is pregnant and fearful that her man won't survive, and poor Satin is grieving while being held prisoner by her own mind. Remarkably enough, while obviously so much time has elapsed, you're still able to recall each scene like it was just yesterday. K'wan is truly an exceptional author. Admittedly, I felt guilty each time I turned the page. But like a soldier caught in the mist, I welcomed each challenge. I can earnestly say that GUTTER has awakened my thirst for the grittiness and heartache associated with the hood. While this dosage was enough to hold me off, I am looking forward to another hit and soon. GUTTER is truly an engaging urban tragedy that shines light on what it is to truly be a product of one's environment.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Just read this book..... it's worth it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Died
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Shakes his head and turns around, trotting out.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
He picks up the kitten
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
She growled. "I was left to die by one of your former members. It appears he is no longer there... or possibly alive." She jumped into the forest, her kit in her mouth.
michigal81 More than 1 year ago
I just thought that this book was okay. For some reason I just didn't get enjoy reading it as much as I have other books by K'wan. It took me a while to finish reading it because I just never was really able to get into it. At  one point I was just reading it to get finished with it because I don't like to not finish a book once I start reading it. The book just felt really long and drawn out. I still love K'wan, but this book just didn't hold my attention like some of  his other books did.
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This book was good but it wasnt all that. A kind of book you borrow not buy.
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If grimy street lit is what you are looking for, this is the book for you.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Love it
MAYBELL More than 1 year ago
K'wan took me to another world reading this book it felt so real and I just absolutely LOVED it
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