Guess who's back? Infamous snitch-killer Jessie Thompson, but in a way you would never think possible! Reincarnated in the physical form of his son, Antwon, who was born after an incestuous relationship between Jessie and his sister, Crystal.
The Thompson family's legacy of drama, chaos, and mayhem live on through Antwon, an emotionally and mentally conflicted individual.
The only person who has a small chance of saving Antwon Thompson from his inner demons is his original gangster godfather, Pop Swayze. But Pop Swayze has his own deep-rooted issues that haunt him.
In The Reincarnation of Snitch-Killer Jessie Thompson: Son of a Snitch, Part 3, critically acclaimed author Michael Evans takes violence, sex, and ghetto street life to a level that could have convicted serial killer Charles Manson quivering on death row.
Now all the reader of this book has to do is, find a quiet place, drink some peppermint tea – sip and read, sip and read.
The Reincarnation of Snitch-Killer Jessie Thompson: Son of a Snitch, Part 3 is the final installment in this trilogy, and a companion to Michael Evans’ stunning autobiography: It was all in the cards: The Life and Times of Midtown Mike, a finalist in the 2003 ForeWord magazine Book-of-the-Year Awards.
|Publisher:||MonteMe Publishing inc|
|Series:||Son of Snitch (Part 3) The Reincarnation of Snitch Killer Jessie Thompson , #3|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||318 KB|
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Antwon Thompson has heard so much about his father Jesse Thompson, the infamous snitch killer. A blow to his head results in Antwon thinking he’s his father and he picks up where he left off – ridding the streets of rats. With a unique concept, Michael Evans’ “Son of a Snitch 3” had the potential to be an intriguing read. Instead, it fell victim to poor editing. The poor editing was twofold. From the copy editing aspect, the book was riddled with misspellings, wrong word and punctuation usage, and grammar issues. From the aspect of developmental editing, “Son of a Snitch 3” was all over the place. The plot took too many side trips often with irrelevant information and unnecessary details; none of which propelled the plot but often stalled it instead. Michael Evans is certainly a storyteller with colorful stories and memorable characters. With the assistance of professional and qualified editors to corral his thoughts, streamline his plots and ensure quality, he could be a force to be reckoned with. As is, however, this is not a book I could recommend. Reviewed by: Toni