This is the most realistic street novel that I’ve ever read!
It’s like the pages come to life in your mind like a movie. Every street hustla has an Irvin in their life.
This book is a non-stop page turner that keeps you wonderin’ what’s next and wanting more! I love the real prison convict feel of the book, I’ve walked those compounds and lived in those same musty cells.
Real talk…come on wit’ part II!
Book reviewer “Sugar Man”, from E. St., Louis, Illinois
Cop this!… it’s like that! It draws you in quickly and never lets you go!
Freddi Ascroft: AKA Mr. Hustle and Bubble recommends Donald Reynolds novel “Greed, Lust and Vengeance”.
I’m a 57 year-old original gangsta from the Chicago streets. I’ve been incarcerated for the great majority of my life. While reading this true-life ‘hood novel, it carried me all the way back to a point in time in my life in the ghetto, and I soon began feelin’ like a character in the story! I see the future holds richer days ahead for you, Don!
Ronnie “Slim” Fields reading Donald Reynolds novel “Greed, Lust and Vengeance”.
This book’s based on the reality of the black experience! Street life is every ‘hood USA. It’s sure to be a classic. The author took the same ol’ school street principles and applied ‘em to the urban lit game…he gave you way mo’ than you paid fo’. I love dat…I’ll keep comin’ back. St. Louis show ya support!
Tyrone “BB KING” Thompson point to Donald Reynolds novel “Greed, Lust and Vengeance”.
Greed, Lust & Vengeance…it’s a real eye catcher! It’s not your everyday urban book, it’s a riveting novel, telling the real story of life in the streets. The highs the lows, the good, bad and ugly. It exposes how dirty the U.S. government is, and how they use rats to get bogus convictions. A must read!
John “Punkin” Turnage with his copy of Donald Reynolds novel “Greed, Lust and Vengeance”.
If you prefer your gangsta-fiction raw, straight off the block or the rock, this street-novel’s sure to have your mind glued between its pages! It’s the hottest urban book out there! —
Deon “Schotchie Moe” Harris reviews Donald Reynolds novel “Greed, Lust and Vengeance”.