• Thin Line Between Death and Dishonor

  • By: Amir Sanchez
  • Narrated by: Katherine Dollison
  • Length: 6 hrs and 18 mins
  • 4.5 out of 5 stars (299 ratings)

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Thin Line Between Death and Dishonor

By: Amir Sanchez
Narrated by: Katherine Dollison
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Publisher's Summary

Born to the game, the younger Santanas found themselves forced to fill their mothers’ shoes after the two sisters were indicted by the feds. Instead of sticking to the blueprints they inherited, they deviated far from the script. The money, power, and respect shot straight to their heads, and they used their status as a weapon. 

Now, their deadly display of violence and bloodshed has drawn heavy attention and heat to the family name. Once their mothers catch wind of their dangerous activities, they call in a favor from an associate they are confident can guide the boys in their absence. They ask him to help the Santana boys develop their game to a successful level. 

Little do they know it’s already too late. 

The feds are already on their every move. In an effort to get a closer look into the family’s affairs, the feds begin recruiting and making deals like it’s an NBA draft. Power struggles ensue that cause the family to be divided and severely weakened. Under those circumstances, the feds take full advantage and go to great lengths to bring the Santanas down - permanently. 

The deception, disloyalty, and dishonor escalate to an all-time high, leaving a path of death and destruction in its wake. When the walls close in, who will live and who will die? Who will snitch, and how many will lie? Who will ride hard when freedom is on the line?

©2017 Amir Sanchez (P)2019 Blackstone Publishing and Urban Audiobooks, LLC

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The narrator is trash

I’m sorry but get a new narrator. This book was very hard to listen to with her stumbling, swallowing, and messing up words. The worst performance ever.

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Narrator was terrible

This was a juicy mouthed, clicking when she spoke. Very distracting.all the misplaced words and half tail sound effects. Just too much. The story was OK but some things were out of touch

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Good book!

The book was a really good story. It kept me engaged and entertained. The narrator was not my favorite. She seemed to have a mouth full is saliva and kept swallowing hard. She kept mistaking words which is fine but the gum chewing crossed the line for me.

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The story I loved ! The narrator not so much sounded like she was chewing gum Or always had saliva in her mouth which she swallowed hard. She was very distracting and made lots of mistakes.

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The narrator was horrible.she was mispronouncing

The narrator was lousy skipping words mangling the sentences and just horrible narration wow

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Narrator is TRASH

Story was mediocre but the Narrator completely ruined the entire book. She CONSTANTLY mispronounced and stuttered over words, at one time she read her notes about a sound to include, the sound effects and singing are HORRIBLE and she needs to spit out whatever Is in her mouth! So glad this book didn’t require a credit! Who approved these damn narrators?

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The book was good...

However, for most of us that read "Street Literature" there were a lot of missed points and opportunities for the story to be more detailed and make sense. For example, where the twins AND Gus & Sha'ron are described as thinkers, the head, always being able to figure out where the muscle(Leaf) needed to be, I'm just surprised that the author allowed so much to unravel for Gus, the twins and Sha'ron. No one ever picked up on those vibes from Jahed or had him followed. Why would Black, being of so much power just allow Gus to bring him along. Most times you gotta go through more hoops to meet the connect. Just seems like the story was set up for them all to fail from the jump.

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Wow. The family betrayal and level of malice these people possessed can not be easily rivaled. It was very believably written, viscous and enthralling. I understood the motivation behind each character's actins, and that added to my ability to understand their actions, no matter how heinous. I enjoyed it.

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the narrator was good

I don't care what any body else has to say the narrator did a great job making the story come to life . katherine dollison you go girl 👏

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It started off so good

The story just falls apart at the end,so much shit going on everybody starts killing each other,I was like wait…what ???