Youngblood must deal with enemies who are much closer than he realizes. The way he deals with these problems will determine his fate. Trust No Man 2 is an explosive and emotionally charged end to this true-to-life hood classic!
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In this story of murder, sex and money, Youngblood finds himself without a home after his mother marries a square that doesn't approve of his walk or talk. At the age of sixteen, living with his baby's mama and her family in the projects, Youngblood hooks up with his friend Lonnie and fellow stick up kid Shotgun Pete as a source of ghetto riches. Youngblood soon learns that with mo' money comes mo' problems.
Cash's debut, "Trust No Man," was moderately entertaining. Whatever the shortcomings, readers are never really along for the ride. Instead they're left to read a story of consequences, without ever becoming stakeholders in the outcome. And then the novel ends, leaving many unanswered questions that I can only assume will be addressed in a continuation.
While "Trust No Man" wasn't a bad read, I expected more from Wahida Clark Presents.
Reviewed by: Lela
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Cash was born Reginald Alexander and raised in Cleveland, Ohio but lived most of his life in Atlanta, Georgia. He decided to start writing fiction while incarcerated at a state prison in Georgia. His style is gritty, raw, and real. Even from the depths of confinement he has an imagination that's in overdrive.
His debut novel Trust No Man was released under the Wahida Clark Presents imprint in 2009, and the Trust No Man trilogy went on to reach hood classic status. It remains one of the most respected street novels in the industry.