Flint, Book 3 : Back to the Streets

Treasure Hernandez

L. Steven Taylor (Narrator)

01-16-18

4hrs 7min

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01-16-18

4hrs 7min

Abridgement

Unabridged

Genre

Fiction

Description

The Romeo and Juliet of the streets are still struggling to find their way back to each other after fate has cruelly separated them.

In order to move up in rank on the streets of Flint, Michigan, Malek knows that he’s going to have to deal with some jealous players in the game, but when he’s forced to go up against players on his own team, the rules change.

Halleigh, on the other hand, learns that everything isn’t always how it seems. Those who she thought had a foot on her neck, keeping her held down and imprisoned in a life she didn’t freely choose for herself, are, in fact, the same ones who might be able to help her escape.

In Flint Book 3, will Halleigh and Malek end up on the same team? But more importantly, will it be the winning team?

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Language English
Release Day Jan 15, 2018
Release Date January 16, 2018
Number in Series 3
Series Display String The Flint Series
Release Date Machine 1516060800
Imprint Urban Audiobooks
Provider Urban Audiobooks
Categories New in Fiction, Literature & Fiction, Genre Fiction, Romance, African American, Urban, Fiction - All, Fiction - Adult
Author Bio
Treasure Hernandez

Treasure Hernandez is the author of over ten series of books about African American experiences in urban settings.

Narrator Bio
L. Steven Taylor

L. Steven Taylor is a New York actor who has played on Broadway as both Mufasa and Scar in Disney’s The Lion King. In addition to being very active in the commercial and voice-over world, working for such names as McDonalds, Bounty, Burger King, and Nickelodeon, he is also an avid spoken-word artist—penning his own spoken-word series: Perspective. He can also be seen on television in Madam Secretary, Elementary, Person of Interest, and The Electric Company.

Overview

The Romeo and Juliet of the streets are still struggling to find their way back to each other after fate has cruelly separated them.

In order to move up in rank on the streets of Flint, Michigan, Malek knows that he’s going to have to deal with some jealous players in the game, but when he’s forced to go up against players on his own team, the rules change.

Halleigh, on the other hand, learns that everything isn’t always how it seems. Those who she thought had a foot on her neck, keeping her held down and imprisoned in a life she didn’t freely choose for herself, are, in fact, the same ones who might be able to help her escape.

In Flint Book 3, will Halleigh and Malek end up on the same team? But more importantly, will it be the winning team?

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