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Cartel 3: The Last Chapter (The Cartel) Paperback – August 1, 2010
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They have appeared in publications such as Essence, Vibe, XXL, KING, and DON DIVA. Setting precedents the two have also struck a book deal with Baby and Slim of Cash Money Content.
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We find Carter where we left him in The Cartel 2, incarcerated due to Ace, his right hand man, turning snitch. While the finest lawyers do everything in their power to help him beat his federal case, he finds an unlikely comrade in his new cellmate Garza. Recognizing the high volume of power they equally possess, The Diamond Cartel and The Garza Cartel soon agree to join forces. In Carter's absence Zyir and Mecca are now jointly the chief executives of The Cartel. They oversee the daily operations to the best of their abilities, but realize they don't possess the same cunning abilities or at least not in the same magnitude as Carter himself. On top of dealing with the struggles of reviving the cartel Mecca and Zyir both have personal issues to deal with. Zyir along with everyone else believes Breeze is dead. He has somewhat come to terms with her death, but still is deeply pained by the thought of his true love not being with him.Read more ›
I knew Breeze was going to get free because in the last book she killed herself. I also knew Ms. Beth was a human trafficker before they even got to the boat (I watch a lot of lifetime and read a lot of books) I saw that coming a mile a way and because she was such a fighter in this story I knew the only way to get her to submit was to get her a drug habit. I would have like to see A&J extend Illiana's debauchery. I mean, it built it up to be everything in the world but left me a little flat. It's like, all that for one hit.
I found myself increasingly frustrated by Zyir because when he first met homegirl he said he had to keep business business and pleasure pleasure... sooo, can someone tell me how he fell so easily for her game. You supposed to be tops in the game and you say you don't have no feelings for homegirl so why when breeze showed back up did you not get illiana an apartment or a hotel suite. Lets be real! Oh and sending the girls out together... where's your logic.
I can honestly say that I did not expect mecca to find Jesus. I'm glad he did I felt like that was an unexpected thing but I had more fun with the lunatic mecca.
Leena... she's dumb, we'll leave it at that.
Young Carter-- I'm still in love with that man! He was a true G through the whole thing but I can't see the ending.
Honestly, out of the three I felt this was the worse. I honestly wanted to see Miamor in this one. She was my favorite character and her scenes in this book was the hardest ones!!! I found that this book was doing too much and was a little ADD.
Most everything I saw coming had it's moment and but overall the book was lacking that special something that the other two had... finesse. There was a lot of action but no real substance and just a little bit too coincidental at points. I.E. the three last chapter. I'm cool on it.
P.s. murder was the whackest character of them all.
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I loved that certain characters returned. Not to fond of the endingPublished 19 days ago by Amazon Customer
Omg, what a great book. But I hate how my girl Breeze went out. You wanna find out then got the book.
P.S. It's not like pt.2 where it was all a damn dream in the end🤔🙄😂
This was a bit of a surprise and disappointment. But, here I go reading another book.. On to 4. LolPublished 2 months ago by D. Oliver