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9781645560128

Young Lionz

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  • ISBN13:

    9781645560128

  • ISBN10:

    1645560120

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2020-02-25
  • Publisher: Urban Books

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Summary

Ghetto girls birth ‘em. Hood rats love ‘em. Society fears ‘em. Police target ‘em. And the penitentiary welcomes ‘em. From the coochie to the casket, this troublemaking band of misfits wreaks havoc on the community. They are loyal to no one but themselves and not even death can scare them. They are untamed, untrained, and worst of all, unchained. They run through the city with reckless abandon and perform unspeakable acts of random terror on innocent, law-abiding citizens. They are the definition of troublemakers. They are Youn Lionz.

Antwan, the ringleader, is a twenty-year-old malcontent with big dreams and small money. Ever the optimist, Antwan won’t stop reaching for the moon until he’s touched the stars. Temp, his fiery, quick-tempered partner can’t seem to keep it in his pants, and because of it, the majority of his money goes toward paying for abortions. Bishop is the only member of the crew to be employed on any level, albeit part time. He likes being part of the crew but is getting increasingly tired of some of their antics. When a tragic turn of events leaves him holding a smoking gun, his loyalty to his crew is severely tested. Niko has his own set of problems. Hanging out with his comrades provides him with his own personal fortress of solitude, far away from the pain of his abusive mother. Chris is the quiet one of the crew. He doesn t say much, but he’s always down to put in work. Guard ya grills . . . the Young Lionz are on the loose.

Author Biography

C. J. Hudson hails from the east side of Cleveland, where he grew up surrounded by crime, violence, and drugs. Determined to not succumb to that way of living, he attended Kent State University for one year. An avid fan of urban fiction, C. J. decided to try his hand at writing his own novel when he was laid off from his job as a machine operator. His first manuscript was entitled Skeletons. Since dropping his debut novel, C. J. has penned eleven more novels.

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