Bad Girlz 4 LifeMo Dirty
by Darrell King
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Reviewed by: Kisha Green
July 2009


In the sequel Mo Dirty readers are again engrossed right from the beginning because it starts off with action that demands your attention. In the debut Dirty South readers learned that Marion “Snookey” Lake would spend a long time behind bars but just because he is locked up doesn't’t mean the game or the world around him would stop.

Introduced in this sequel is Whiskey Battle, Snookey’s son and like the saying goes like father like son and he is going to pick up right where his father left off. Whiskey is definitely incredible character because he was a person that could get many things done with one phone call and if he couldn’t, he definitely knew someone who would and could.

Mo Dirty takes you behind the scenes of gangs and the violence, corrupt police officers and havoc that is associated with the street life. There is a lot going on in this book and you will definitely anticipate what is going to happen next. Filled with the same recipe as the debut- sex, drugs, suspense, violence and deception in no particular order.

With any street lit novel loyalty is tested as well as the integrity of many will be questioned. Again, like Darrell king’s debut this follow up is definitely filled with action, drama and suspense and will leave the reader wanting more. Some characters you want to sympathize for while others will have you yelling at the pages for simply not using common sense but nonetheless in my opinion makes Mo Dirty that more real because you feel as you know these people being depicting throughout the pages.

I read this book truly not knowing that much about gangs and this book educated me on the life these members live and though I never believed for a minute that it was a lifestyle to be envious of but in a interesting way you could possibly and I repeat possibly understand why some people make the choices that they do.

What did you like best about this book?
The author really came through this time and told the story and could see this authors words come to life with each page. Also for it being a sequel you don’t necessarily need to read the first one to follow this sequel.

What did you dislike about this book?
That is was better than Dirty South, this would have been a better debut for the author, but you can see the growth in the authors writing skills.

How can this author improve this book?
Nothing really just continue to tell vivid stories with a storyline that will continue to keep readers engaged.


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