• Homegirl Ain't Gonna Make It (Book 2)

  • By: Eric Reese
  • Narrated by: Chani Forde
  • Length: 1 hr and 13 mins
  • 3.6 out of 5 stars (5 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Gabrielle is back in New York and trouble seems to find her wherever she is.

Fresh off her racial profiling mystery in Boston, Gabbie comes home to discover her parents have divorced and her little sister, Khadi's getting on everyone's nerves; becoming a young horror around the house. On top of the drama, a new guy, Maleek, Ummi's co-worker is trying to hit on her mother, quickly which adds to this urban nostalgia.

Gabrielle wants a piece of mind and hanging out for a day with her long-time friends at the local mall can only help. Unfortunately, childish behavior will turn into an unbelievable suspenseful adventure of whodunit.

Perfect for teen girls who are coming of age, this fun-loving action in Homegirl Ain't Gonna Make It doesn't fail to deliver.

©2018 Eric Reese (P)2019 Eric Reese

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CONFUSED 😕

Eric Reese, I'm CONFUSED... I don't know no more than the main character from book 1 being the same main character for book 2, after that; there is nothing that either book has to do with the other. I have to admit, I didn't like this book. It had a lot of run on scenarios that to me, held no interest of any kind. I kept waiting to see if the story was going to get back on track, but it never did.

The narrator from book 1 wasn't the same one who narrated this book. Now, I know that's not uncommon, but I just wasn't feeling this narrator. Chani Forde did okay and I'm the type of listener who would say to be fair, I would rather hear her in another book before I would give an opinion on her visual storytelling.

When it comes to the question of recommending this book, I would have to say no.

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could have been one book

This book and the second one could have been made as one book. It just wasn't enough to really get into. To think she isn't going to make it you would think that it was huge problem but to me it was not that bad. maybe the title should be get over it girl

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liked it

A little different form book one this one was a bit darker and i believe was a little longer. I liked book to more thin book one.

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Gabrielle Homecoming

This book definitely has a harder edge than book one. Gabrielle come home to heartbreaking news about her parents. Gabrielle world is changing in every way . I received this review audio book at my request. I am voluntarily leaving an honest review.

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Homegirl Ain't Gonna Make it

First off this is a quick listen. So if you don't have a lot of time this book is for you. The narrator in my personal opinion did not suit this type of book.
This is a personal opinion and others might diagree.

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  • Helen
  • 08-09-19

short story

anther great short book
back in New York and trouble seems to find her wherever she is.