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Paperback ↠ Murderville MOBI å

Murderville ☉ [PDF / Epub] ☆ Murderville By Ashley Antoinette ❤ – 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 Jauavis bring us this classic love story se 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 Jauavis 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 th 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 LA’s underworld But ultimately this is a story of love and redemption that will leave you breathless from the unpredictable and mind blowing ending.

  • Paperback
  • 288 pages
  • Murderville
  • Ashley Antoinette
  • English
  • 07 April 2014

About the Author: Ashley Antoinette

ASHLEY ANTOINETTE COLEMAN is one of the most successful female writers of her time The feminine half of the popular married duo Ashley and Jauavis she has co written over novels including the bestselling Cartel series Several of her titles have hit The New York Times bestsellers list but she is most widely regarded for her continuing racy saga The Prada Plan Born in Flint MI she was.

10 thoughts on “Murderville

  1. Christiana Christiana says:

    This was a really good book by Ashley JauavisThey 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. Tia Tia says:

    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

  3. Prettywitty77 Prettywitty77 says:

    I wasn’t mentally prepared for this book to start off the way that it did I almost stopped reading it but I’m glad I didn’t It got so juicy However I’m not crazy about the ending Trigger warning rape

  4. Monique Monique says:

    Murderville by Ashley Jauavis 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 and deathThe storyline is uniue as it has some historical information about Sierra Leone the slave trade Mexican drug cartel underground sex market and your ghetto drug syndicate The character development along with the fast paced story will keep you wrapped in this tale of love and redemption They say that love triumphs all and that is certainly the case in this first installment of the Murderville trilogy A must read for all urban lit fans

  5. Jamie Jamie says:

    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

  6. Tazzyt2bossye Tazzyt2bossye says:

    MURDERVILLEBY ASHLEY JAUAVIS‘And all my life I prayed for someone like you and I thank GOD that I finally found you’5Young 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 Despite their love and loyalty toward each other they find themselves separated and exposed to even life changing events Death is nipping at their heelshell is biting at their heartsand evil is barking at their destiny Even though one of these babes found love and security with a family while the other continues trekking through misery When life has issued nothing but hard knocks and bruises will these youngsters be able to withstand even despair? In adjusting to life in a new country can they beat the odds and find each other? Or will they succumb to their lifestyles with its pros and cons all the while hungering for their innocent love? Money power and prestige versus banishment and a life on the run? Murderville is a vibrant novel of love loss and choices When tragedy enters the picture and ransacks all hope will these two brave souls manage to outwit life and its numerous adversaries? Ashley Jauavis has once again delivered an exceptional read with their distinctive infamous style of narration

  7. Charmain Charmain says:

    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

  8. Angie757 Angie757 says:

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

  9. Danita Brown Danita Brown says:

    This was a stab but good story Ashley Jauavis really did their thing in this 1 Can't wait 4 part2

  10. Juanesia Juanesia says:

    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

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