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Publisher's Summary

Essence best-selling author J. M. Benjamin brings listeners Memoirs of an Accidental Hustler, about one man's journey of life and survival.
Moving from a brownstone in Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn, to a housing project in the small town of Plainfield, New Jersey, young Kamil is exposed to another world and a different breed of people. Bonded by the pain caused by their absentee fathers, Kamil and his brother befriend a group of boys from the neighborhood, forming an unbreakable bond. The boys vow not to travel down the same road as their dads, making a pact to stay in school and out of the streets. When Kamil discovers the allure of the opposite sex, a childhood crush develops into something much more.
Walk with Kamil as he transitions from childhood to young adulthood and struggles with the very things his mother tried so hard to prevent him and his brother from embracing. What starts out as a game and a means of survival ultimately ends up serious and addictive.
©2017 J. M. Benjamin (P)2017 Recorded Books
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By Ray on 03-17-17

I Swear This is The Story of Me Of My Husband Life

I swear this was my husband and I life word for word. We were they same age in 90's and everything. We Still going strong. I could write the sequel. I loved this story.

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By Shelley Thomas-Robinson on 10-24-17

long and tedious

Average never-ending story of the making of a drug dealer. Some highlights, but mostly uneventful

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