Chunichi Knott: The Streets Keep Calling



This was a uick read A little too uick for my liking When Maria died I m wondering what happened to Tanisha Where did she go Did she stay until the police came She was already conflicted whether or not she should stay with Breeze but after being basically tossed to the side for weeks she should ve ust told Breeze s mom that it was over instead of waiting until he got locked up again I don t know I thought it was ust too crazy Biggs was supposed to been put a hole in Mannie for even associating with Breeze But I guess This was a uick read or listen in my case which gave it little room for fillers and pretty much straight to the point The way the main character was written it made me want him to be able to do his thing get on his feet and everything fall into place but in reality you know that doesn t happen likely The women he dealt with were all different and provided different things to his life I hoped he could get on the straight and narrow and settle down but I guess I should have known by the title The Streets Keep Calling not to expect a happily ever after I hope there is a follow up to the story but all in all I enjoyed this fast paced uick read This book was a good read but I think I m used to author book Married to the game But this one was interesting Breeze goes home after a five year bid but the streets keeps calling and he tries his best to stay on the right path Seeing the struggles of not being able to help his mom or his kids he ends up right back on the bad pathBelieving that things would be better things turns out not great With his wife back at her knees wanting him back With another girl that has a secret and wants Breeze and another girl that has his heart Breeze has much on his plateMr Biggs want his seven cities back after seeing that Breeze is the man and he s willing to do anything to find BreezeOverall nicely written The Streets Keep Calling is a Coast 2 Coast Readers must read I had to give this novel all five stars Breezy Breeze is that boy in the hood that we all know and Chunichi take you on a 360 ride in his hood So much happens is such a short amount of time The streets keep calling by ChunichiTo me this book is really good I like the details. After doing a 5 year bid all ex drug dealer Breeze wants is a normal life with the love of his life and his children Determined to stay on a straight and narrow path he follows all the rules of his probation and even works a full time ob as a anitor But when the pressure becomes too much to handle he.

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He s trying to fly straight and reconnect with his kids but of course the streets keep calling The fact that Breeze is an ex con and former drug dealer apparently makes him very attractive to women because he gets uite a bit of action in this book Although I could have done without the graphic sex scenes One of his women Tenisha is easily the stupidest woman on the planet She is supposed to be a bank manager but she seems too stupid to even serve as banker for a game of Monopoly I don t want to give away all of the naive promises she believes and the great things she does although I must mention that her only other serious relationship was with a leader of a Mexican drug cartel and she thinks it would be great to get her current and former boyfriends together There were many times that I wanted someone to hit her in the head with something to see if any brains would start functioning In any case the book does kind of wrap up uickly and I would have liked to see development in the story near the end It seems like the author lost the thread of the story or got sick of writing it in the last couple of chapters But overall this is an entertaining book if you re looking for something that is pretty mindless Absolutely the worst book I ve ever read or actually listened to Stereotyped characters acting in poor ways that are supposed to somehow be acceptable gratuitous sex that has nothing to do with the story characters that come and gojust plain bad If you think this is good in any way you really really need to reevaluate either your reading choices or perhaps even your lifestyle if it at all represents the stupidity in this bookSeriously I hung in until the end ust to see where the train wreck ended Utter garbage Street keep calling was a fast read Breeze had serve a five year bid for a drug charge Everybody had turn their backs on him including his wife Maria When we got out he made a promise to himself and God that we wouldn t follow in the same foot steps as he did before But the streets kept calling him he was tired on struggling and couldn t pay any bills has a anitor Shit start going krazy in the blink of an eyes it started a war I would like to maybe see a part 2 to this boo. Not knowing if the battle will land him back in lockdown In order to keep his happiness Breeze is willing to risk it all Bestselling author Chunichi brings readers another engaging tale of life on the streets The Streets Keep Calling will make you ask yourself How far would I be willing to go for surviv.

Like the main problem in the storyTo begin this book is about Breez who ust got out of Dirty Secrets jail He has a wife and 3 kids While finding out his wife sold his house and left with kids he was furious He finds aob at a school as a A Ranchers Vow (Sons of Silver Springs) (Sons of Silver Springs) (Harlequin Intrigue janitor While seeing old friends he gets back in business forgetting the conseuences Doing what he does to get money for his kids The wife calls his phone and offers 2000 for him to sign papers so the kids could be his ex wife s boyfriends kids He is only living at his moms when released fromailMy favorite uotes from the book a I listened to this book on audioSimple plot bad guy attempts to go good only to be thwarted by reality The uick rise after the main characters fall was a bit unbelievable The progression of relationships sometimes seemed to move really uickly All thoughts of redemption and religion are put on the shelfThe Characters motivation was transparent plot was simple and this was a uick listenHowever the narration was either slow and painfully deliberate or uick clipped and sophomoric in its delivery Glossing over events and poor transitions left you wondering how you got from point A to D and not touched on B C I listened to the audiobook This was my first time experiencing this author The narrator was hilarious trying to be the females speaking in the book This was a decent read I actually liked Breeze Trixie and Tanisha s characters Although Breeze was a felon he actually had a good heart and loved his kids and family That s respectable The Streets Keep Calling is a good title for the book It truly fits This story was about a man named Breeze when the book started off he was in prison and on his way out As he transitioned to the real world he had to get acclimated Trying to walk the straight and narrow wasn t as easy as he d imagined This book is his Jazz Funeral journey Ok short read I ll try books by this author This isn t my usual sort of book pick but once again I must make allowances for the lack of selection of available MP3 audiobooks through the Chicago Public Library This was actually a good mindless read especially for listening to during my snow covered commute The main character Breeze hasust gotten out of prison after a five year stint. Reverts back to what he knows best With everything under control he's the happiest man alive that is until he realizes his happiness was achieved at the cost of another man's losses This brings Breeze back to a part of his life he'd hoped never to relive He puts his combat boots on and is ready for war.

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Since the release of her 2004 debut novel A Gangster’s Girl Essence Magazine best selling author Chunichi Knott has gone on to pen three additional best selling novels Married To The Game The Naked Truth and Return of A Gangster’s Girl With than a half of a million books in print and on the heels of her fifth novel California Connection Chunichi’s talent as a writer combined with her c