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Murderville: First of a Trilogy #2020

Murderville First of a Trilogy Two children from Sierra Leone Liberty and A shai are brought together by chance only to be forced apart by the most inevitable and tragic fate Ashley and JaQuavis bring us this classic love story s

  • Title: Murderville: First of a Trilogy
  • Author: Ashley Antoinette JaQuavis Coleman
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 214
  • Format: Paperback
  • Murderville: First of a Trilogy By Ashley Antoinette JaQuavis Coleman, Two children from Sierra Leone, Liberty and A shai, are brought together by chance only to be forced apart by the most inevitable and tragic fate Ashley and JaQuavis bring us this classic love story set against modern life s most horrifying realities Liberty is dying of a fatal heart condition, though she desperately wants to survive until her 25th birthday when her sistTwo children from Sierra Leone, Liberty and A shai, are brought together by chance only to be forced apart by the most inevitable and tragic fate Ashley and JaQuavis bring us this classic love story set against modern life s most horrifying realities Liberty is dying of a fatal heart condition, though she desperately wants to survive until her 25th birthday when her sister has promised to visit her A shai blames himself for not protecting Liberty, but all Liberty asks is for A shai to tell her a story, to help her remember what brought them to this point He knows that this is the last story he will ever tell and the last she will ever hear As Liberty lies dying, A shai walks her though their past, reliving their ill fated journeys through the streets Their story will take them from an arranged marriage, through Mexico s drug cartel, child brothels, hustling in Detroit, to escaping the high powered heads of L.A s underworld But ultimately, this is a story of love and redemption that will leave you breathless from the unpredictable and mind blowing ending.

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    1. This was a really good book by Ashley JaQuavisThey are very talented writersWhen they get a hold of a pen magic happensThe only thing I don t like about their books is that there are never any happy endingsI can honestly say I have never read a bad book by themAll their books are really good.

    2. Murderville by Ashley JaQuavis 4 starsI was impressed with this urban lit love story Liberty and A Shai were two kids from Sierra Leone trying to escape their terrible circumstances when fate forced them to suffer even As they grew up apart, they constantly dreamt of one another Through years of extreme experiences both learning the tricks of the streets getting paid for sex while using drugs and the other learning how to kill and destory by selling drugs they met up again only to face tragedy [...]

    3. All I can say isWOW After reading Murder Mammas and being completely disappointed, I didn t have high hopes for Murderville I was wrong I finished this book in hours, feverishly turning the pages, needing to know what was going to happen next The story in its totality is heart wrenching All that Ashai and Liberty go through breaks your heart, especially Liberty I can t wait for part 2 I hope it won t disappoint.

    4. Oh, urban fiction, how I ve missed you This is my first foray into audio urban fiction, and I can t recommend this enough Soap opera, plot twists, adventure, action, the start of a trilogy I think the audio version actually allows you to NOT dwell on the sometimes clunky writing and just enjoy this for what it is a DAMN good story

    5. MURDERVILLEBY ASHLEY JAQUAVIS And all my life I prayed for someone like you, and I thank GOD that I finally found you 5 Young warrior A shai is being trained for battle by his father as they destroy a village with murder, rape, and fire A shai finds himself rebelling against his tribes beliefs by saving young Liberty as she watches his kinsmen murder her family Thus begins the tale of these two babes from Sierra Leone as they journey through kidnappings, beatings, and near death experiences Desp [...]

    6. Pretty good read by AJ I didn t know how the pages behind this story were to unfold but they surely did a good job with it.

    7. This book is a must readey will have you so deep in their lives that you think it s real The love story within the novel is amazing

    8. Man this book was bomb as shit, I also got to meet these to authors and the exprience was great I could reread it again

    9. Murdervillle by Ashley and Jaquavis is a story of two little kids as they walk through their past.Liberty and A Shai are grown up but as Liberty s dying A Shai walks her through their past reliving their journey s through the streets Their story will take them from an arranged marriage, Mexico s drug cartel, child brothels hustling in Detriot, to escaping L.A s underworld But ultimately, this story of love and redemption that will leave you breathless from the first page until the unpredictable [...]

    10. Ok, maybe I need to stop reading AJ s books I m finding that they are recycling the same plots in their books I m not going to rate the book on this, only on the drama that took place.A Shai and Liberty were forced together after A Shai saved Liberty from being raped Trying to be a man and protect Liberty, Shai lead them straight to hell on Murderville Their lives takes separate turns, Shai s for the better and Liberty s pure hell Fate would unite A Shai and Liberty again, but not after a war is [...]

    11. I went out into the field looking for a book to read Murderville 3 kept being mentioned and how everyone is waiting for it to be released The 1st one didn t catch my attention but w Ashley and JaQuavis being one of my favs I finally gave in The book was so good I read it n one day and then went and listened to the unabridged version I was on the tip of my seat The thrill and action of the street had me grinning and jumping The drama that A Shai and Liberty went through from beginning to end had [...]

    12. Consistently Intriguing A in have to say, just don t think I ve read anything like this in a long time it s like fiction meets non fiction because the fictional characters lead lives as told by the authors but also almost like life stories of these same characters as children growing up in Sierra Leone I very much enjoyed reading this book read from cover to cover in one sitting, could never once put it down.

    13. I have had this book for forever and a day.why did I wait so long to read it I don t know.Liberty and Astory really pulled on my heart strings the best love story ever tears I was shocked by the ending and I can t wait for part 2 so i can see what Po is all about

    14. The book was enjoyabletheir although it started kind of slow with their life in Africa.Took too long to get to them getting back together Too many of the same senerios as in previous books written bythe author She needs to use some new ideas The readig was ok.

    15. Sometimes I love a good Street Lit story and this book filled the void nicely The book is about a girl named Liberty and a boy named Ashai who live under rough conditions in Sierra Leone Ashai falls for Liberty at an early age and vows to protect her, but the two get captures by human traffickers and are shipped to Mexico and forced to gather coca leaves for a cartel Eventually they are smuggled into the US and Liberty is forced into prostitution and Ashai is recruited into a family of drug deal [...]

    16. Omg this book was so good i just hated that Ashai and liberty couldn t catch a break I really wish they could ve kept Ashai alive

    17. This was my 1st time reading material from the couple and it won t be my last I have however read a few books from Ashley Coleman Based off of this book I will go buy all of their previous books In moderation and will continue to support their work by purchasing future releases as well They did an excellent job This book taught me that you literally cannot judge a book by its cover I saw it and was like Huh This clearly isn t for me Even with the title, I was a little leery, but it was free so I [...]

    18. I would have given it four stars because although the story line was a bit depressing it was well written and a page turner However, as a brown skin black woman as I m sure a lot of their readers are I found it very offensive w the authors incessant obsession w subtly promoting lighter skin or mixed characters as better looking or in a better light than dark or brown skin characters Liberty one of the main protaganists was held in high esteem for her looks as it was noted because she was a light [...]

    19. These authors are back at it again with another slam dunk dramatic romantic tragedy A Shai and Liberty meet at a tender age during unfortunate circumstances at the hand of rebels, but that s just the beginning of their tortured tale All these two have is each other as they flee Africa, but end up separated in Mexico after boarding a boat called, MURDERVILLE Their lives take two drastically different paths and eight years later, A Shai is a recent college graduate taking over the reigns of his fa [...]

    20. I hate my best friend for making me read this Not in a bad way, in a called her bawling and cussing super late at night kind of way Now this is nowhere near my genre, I m usually all about the fantasy and paranormal crap, but this book freaking floored me It was our monthly pick for book club and I struggled through the first chapters but once I got a couple chapters in I finished it in one sitting I loved the story and the conflict My only problem I freaking hated Liberty I don t know why I fee [...]

    21. Gut wrenching Disturbing Agonizing Some of the words that I would use to describe this story Yet it was also heart warming, inspiring, and exhilarating Because in the midst of so much angst, hopelessness and conflict, LOVE prevailed It beat all odds Odds of distance, time, and opposite life paths.It was deeply affecting to read this book Not necessarily because of how descriptive and raw this was It was because this story can very well be realistic I am sure that it IS realistic In some parts of [...]

    22. I read this because it advertised itself as street fiction I will have to assume from this story that street fiction is going to reflect the following sex slavery, child abduction, murder, mafia, drug addiction, and drug trafficking The story was painfully self conscious, but the characters were fairly well developed and at first quite sympathetic By the end, I was disgusted with everyone So many things went against these two youngsters, and yet their spirits were strong, and they stayed themsel [...]

    23. This was another amazing story Really brings out your emotions as u follow a story of true love and hardships with a major twist

    24. I don t know how they do it Write a book that captures attention from the first page to the last A shai and Liberty did not have it easy A shai from the first day he met Liberty remained loyal as her protector until the end Since its a trilogy can t wait for the next two Like how the Murder Mamas got a special not towards the end Baron gets a side eye from me on the whole issue of not backing A shai on the Liberty issue He knew where he had come from and what he had been through Willow herself h [...]

    25. I was still crying 10 minutes after I finished Murderville 1 I don t even know how and when I stumbled upon this book as I don t usually do trilogies but I m glad I did Non stop action from cover to cover An emotional roller coaster where you find yourself shouting, cheering, getting aggravated, irritated and then in a puddle of tears Ashai and Liberty get lodged in your heart and you can t help but cheer them on through the story even though you know right from the beginning that they do find e [...]

    26. I am a huge Ashley and Jaquavis fan I saw an interview they did on this series and I was drawn because they talked about growing the audience up but still keeping it street They have this uncanny ability to create living breathing characters and this was no exception except for the fact that I didn t really become invested in these particular characters and I thought about that Maybe it was the whole African , human trafficking spin that seemed disjointed I love historical fiction and historical [...]

    27. wow such a powerful story so many twist and turns I really enjoyed Murderville Liberty and A shai, have been through in one child hold than what most see and go through in an entire lifetime So gruesome, you cant help but to love the both of them Some parts made me mad as hell and some made me sad Over all like I said I enjoyed the book From the first mention of A shai you cant help but to fall for him I hated how things turned out for him I would have asked for a different turn out for him I l [...]

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