Book Review: Hustle - Street Power by Jonathan Copeland
categories: Book, Fiction, Chocolate, Love, Romance, Mary Jane, Loss, Disappointment, Friendship, Murder Mystery
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Jonathan Copeland about this book: This is a novel that describes the life of Nice Davidson, a young man nearing the end of his high school career, who is forced into entering adulthood with the decapitation of his mother as he is reminded of the death of his late father. Nice's desire is to be his own boss, be in control of his income, and call his own shots. Although he is traumatized he continues to push through loss and disappointment fighting for love and true friendship.
I woke up with the idea of this book during the middle of the night. I was so excited that I woke up my pregnant wife to tell her about the book that I was about to write, where Willy Wonka meets the movie "Friday." This book was from God. Until then I had never realized how storytelling had played an important role in my life. I would make up stories in grade school and I would critique movie storylines. My wife has expressed that when we are telling others about life experiences that she would prefer me to tell them because I capture the listener's attention with comedy, wit, and references to related topics. My wife and my newborn son motivated me to complete my first novel and now I am preparing to publish my second.
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An easy to read book had me entranced within the 1st chapter. Its good to see light on a different perspective in life not usually shown in America. Drugs,violence, nitty and gritty with a love twist. It even reminds me of a movie. [by Jon G.]