Reviews - What do customers think about The Reign of a Hustler?
These must be her friends Aug 18, 2008
who wrote these reviews, because this book didn't make much sense to me. It was partially intertaining, but it got mixed up at the end.
Great Job!!! Jul 28, 2008
Nisaa A. Showell did a great job penning this novel. The novel tells the story of Imani and Quinzell. They have a love that's so expressive and beautiful, but complicated by "Supreme." Supreme is Quinzell's altar ego in the streets.
Imani is trying so hard to fight for their love, but it's a rough one. Quinzell is in love with Imani, but he's not ready to fully let go of Supreme.
Enter the streets of Philly and witness what it takes to Reign as a Hustler. Will the streets prevail or will a once in a lifetime love superceed it all.
I absolutely loved this one. I haven't come across a great read like this in such a long time. The author brought someting new and appetizing for us book addicts. I can't wait to read the follow up to this one. A job well done!
GOOD READ Apr 5, 2008
I REALLY ENJOYED THIS BOOK .I LOVE THAT THE THUG FELL IN LOVE WITH A BIG SISTER. I HOPE IT WILL BE A FOLLOW UP TO THIS STORY.THE ENDING LEFT YOU WONDERING ....
Details, Details, Details Feb 26, 2008
The Reign of a Hustler is the story of Imani and Quinzel (AKA Supreme). He's a hustler who is quite content with his status in the game and she's a hard working, go-getter who is not so content with the fact that the love of her life is no longer in her life. Through a series of events the two meet and love soon insues. The story of Quinzel and Imani is well-told and sweet. It's the story of a tough guy loving an innocent femme-fatale. Author Nisaa Showell is never short on creating visuals in the reader's mind with her detail-oriented writing style. In fact at times I felt like Nisaa gave me TOO many details. This was a fast read with enough drama to keep me turning the pages. From the way the book ended I just know that there is going to a sequel. As a freshman effort, I think the author did a good job. Keep up the good work, Nisaa! I would give this book a rating somewhere between 3 1/2 and 4 stars.