• From Harlem with Love

  • By: K'wan
  • Narrated by: iiKane
  • Length: 1 hr and 58 mins
  • 4.5 out of 5 stars (280 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Harlem had always lived by the code of the streets and respected the rules that governed them. But when his enemies break those rules and bring drama to his family, Harlem comes up with a plan to send them a very clear message: All is fair in love and war!

©2010 K'wan Foye (P)2016 Blackstone Publishing, and Urban Audiobooks

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The narrator (iiKane) was horrible. She kept messing up, and repeating. Not good at all

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Uh, what?

I’m a fan of K’wan and his work, but this story was a miss, especially the narration. Shorty stammered at one point, stopped, then continued. I’ve never cringed so hard at an audiobook. I’ll give this story a second glance e-book style. 

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Not a good story

This book was trash, the reader needs to practice more. The story made no sense, there was no storyline.

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The Narrator

The narrator stumbled a couple times over a few words. But the story was good.

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The story got right to the point and was a page Turner so to speak.

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K’wan

K’wans books even the short stories are desirable in every way. However the performance of the reader in this novel was something less than desirable…

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Always worth the read!!

It’s always worth the wait For a K’wan book. The story from beginning to the end is engaging enough for you to be pissed off when it’s over!! I’ll let you figure the middle!!

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Not worth your time

The narrator was horrible. Very hard to listen. Luckily it was only 2 hours.

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It was average

Sooooo, you were in such a rush to put this book out you didn’t bother to edit the narrators errors, !!?????? And there were plenty, the story was the same as they all are, just different names

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Who was the narrator?

So I feel like I would have enjoyed the book way better had I read it myself or heard Nicole Small or Cary Hite. This iikane person kept repeating stuff and starting sentences over, which was super confusing. I’m sitting here dumbfounded throughout a lot of it. Like do y’all not review these performances before you add them to the list of books? Idk… maybe she was just having a bad day.