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The Ultimate Sacrifice (Wahida Clark Presents Publishing) Paperback – April 23, 2010
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The problem is...you get rid of one rat and another surfaces!
On the rat's tip, the prison officials round up Ameen and crew and try to pit them against each other. But being loyal they stand their ground but not before realizing one of them HAS to pay for the crime. Ameen, the one with the most time on the books makes the ultimate sacrifice and takes the rap so the others can finish out the short time each of them has left. Ameen only ask his friends for three things. Take care of his family, respect the code, and death before dishonor.
Khadafi is the first out of the three to hit the streets, and is eased back into the life of robbery and murder by his uncle Marquette. Khadafi is a force to be reckoned with as he quietly goes around DC stealing others paper and leaving no witness behind. Khadafi is a calculated cold blooded murderer, with psychopath tendencies.
The dread locked Boo is next to earn his freedom, and since he had no exact plan, he quickly plays follow the leader and joins Khadafi who embraces his comrade, and the two wile out committing brutal acts.
By the time Umar returns to society and is brought up to speed on the goings on with Khadafi and Boo, someone is already gunning for Khadafi and Boo's heads! Umar doesn't quite want to join in the killing spree but he ends up right in the middle.Read more ›
Well everything is going well , they are sending money to his family, putting money on his prison account and making moves. Well soon greed, jealousy and a woman all tear what they had down. I really enjoyed this book,it seemed to be written by someone who has actually lived that type of life. Nothing irks me more than when a bank teller wants to write a book about selling drugs and prison life.
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This is a good read I'm really excited about part two ....
Dam I wonder if part two is better
Khadafi was a fool I think Ameen went too far boo and Umar was not cut out for the life!Published 13 months ago by Cavness
This book started off with a lot of drama and ended the same way,looking forward to reading part 2,What happens to Khadafi and Ameen?Published 16 months ago by Kindle Customer
Had read a lot of books by authors from the DMV and this was the only one that was a good read. Thanks,I'm waiting on book 2 as I writePublished on August 18, 2013 by DMV Reader