The Dopeman: Memoirs Of A Snitch
  • The Dopeman: Memoirs Of A Snitch
  • The Dopeman: Memoirs Of A Snitch
ISBN: 1601626347
EAN13: 9781601626349
Language: English
Release Date: Nov 4, 2014
Pages: 272
Dimensions: 0.9" H x 6.7" L x 4.1" W
Weight: 0.3 lbs.
Format: Mass Market Paperbound
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Dopeman: Memoirs of a Snitch is a complex tale about the life and times of one the biggest drug traffickers the Midwest has ever seen.
The FBI has launched an intricate plot to take down one of the most prolific drug organizations in the summer of 2009, and Seven Smith is their main target. Seven establishes a relationship with an up and coming hustler and takes him under his wing. Unbeknownst to Seven, his prot g works for the authorities.

The young hustler falls in love with a woman who is off-limits, and he has to make a difficult decision that puts many people's lives at risk.

Lola Banks is the daughter of a well-known hit man and street legend in Ohio. When she lays her eyes on the out-of-towner/snitch, it becomes a forbidden love. She is caught in a web of lies and deceit, only to get the hurtful truth on the last page. This is a hustler's love story at its absolute finest.

The conclusion to this story is so unpredictable and intelligent that no one will see it coming--no one.

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5
   Ending Was So Calculated & Unexpected!!!
I can not see the justification in the snitching period, if you do the crime and get caught, you will be able to wear the charge. I was so disappointed that Ball justified some murders, but he did not finish his breakfast when necessary. I did not see that ending coming, it made me sad and I can not wait for the sequel, because this ending left you hanging and wanting more!
 
3
   Could Of Been A Bit Better
Well, the book started great, but as we got into Ball's version of what happened, it slowed things down. Seven let Ball in his realm way too fast. Im surprised that nobody picked up on Ball's true motive. Ball never finished his breakfast, which came back to bite into the azz big time! The last chapter's epilogue was the best parts... makes you wonder if there is a part 4 in the works.
 
5
   Loved it
This book kept me on my toes and I loved it. It is a part 4 because I have to read it if not then there should be.
 
5
   Gotta love it
Love..... love... read this book, read it in 2days...... must read it all three. Jaquavis wrote it when he did all three books!
 
4
   Loved it!!
I know that there is another coming due to the ending... can 't wait. Lola and Rah are going to make interesting characters moving forward.
 
5
   Dopeman:Memoirs of a snitch
This book is loved. JaQuavis Coleman is a very talented writer... I read more of his books! Nicely read, easy to digest.
 
3
   Wonderful!!
I like the twists and turns in this trilogy and how everything came to an end. For quite some time now, I have been a fan of Ashley and JaQuavis. Wonderful job and worth the money.
 
4
   JaQuavis is at it again
So long, that I completely forgot that Millie and Seven were returning characters. I forgot what the other books were about and what led up to this story. I had to pull the other books out and skim through them for a refresher. I felt like each book'' read like an individual story instead of a trilogy. I have never gotten a true sense of continuity. This book was a bit decent overall, but a few situations were a tad over the top. I don 't understand how Seven was so street savvy, yet he did not do any type of background check on Lola or Ball before infiltrated his organization. I was also surprised that his seriously ill son played basketball and grew up to be a so-called reporterhitman out for revenge. I was happy to see Cartel make an appearance and I can 't wait for the Lil Carter 4.
 
5
   FANTASTIC FINALE.....
FANTASTIC MEMOIRS OF A SNITCH was DOPEMAN. The DOPEMAN 3 was just as good as the PREVIOUS TWO. I was HOOKED in and PULLED from beginning to END. TheSE UNFORGETTABLE CHARACTRERS LEAP OFF the PAGES and KEPT ME WANTING MORE. BETRAYAL led to a BROTHERLY BOND BEING BROKEN DISHONOR, REGRETS, and ULTIMATELY CONSEQUENCES. I LOVED and ENJOYED this book. It is MOST DEFINITELY RECOMMENDED...........
 
4
   The Memoirs
I truly enjoyed the book, but it took a minute for me to catch it as it began to linger. The only funny thing was that Lil Rah was dying and his days were numbered, but he kicks the fatal cancer, lives to be as healthy as an ox and leads Ball to his demise... I wanted to see more intimate time with witl Ball and Lola, as I thought a large part of the story would be about a romance that they shared instead she gets pregnant from a one-time heat of the moment encounter... okay. Still and A 'J fan!!
 
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