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com on True to the Game II. This book is dedicated to. Leon Blue. She felt the nurse near her bedside constantly and could overhear the nurse talking to the doctor in the distance. She sang to her, she read to her, and she talked to her. The kind and loving nurse fed Gena and gave her pain medication and sleeping pills.

Teri Woods is a native of Philadelphia. She worked as a legal secretary/paralegal for eight years in a Philadelphia Center City law firm. She began writing True to the Game in 1993 and began to submit her work to publishers

Teri Woods is a native of Philadelphia. She began writing True to the Game in 1993 and began to submit her work to publishers. After being turned down, the book sat dormant in a closet for two years. In 1998, she began selling handmade copies of the book out of the trunk of her car.

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Teri Woods True To The Game III The third book in the True to the Game series, 2008 This book is dedicated to Leon Blue Acknowledgments Mom, Corel, Jessica, Chuck, Dexter, Carl, Brenda, Lucas, Brandon, and my girlfriend, Kashan. Oh yeah, my secretary, Tracy. Prologue February 18, 1991 Gena slowly tried to open her eyes, feeling pain beyond belief throughout her entire body. She was bruised from her head to her toes.

Hey, Gena, this is Rik. What’s up?. Hey, Rik! How ya doing?. Trying to make it, but it’s hard, lil’ mamma. Shit, you telling me. My whole life has been turned upside down this last month. I miss that nigga too. You know, Qua was my bo. .Silence fell for several moments as Gena thought of yesteryears and Rik thought of what to say next. I need to talk to you about something. When I was locked up, you offered to hook your boy up with a little something-something.

The third book in the True to the Game series, 2008. Gena clasped one of the bedposts and made her way to the bottom of the four-poster bed. From there she threw her wobbly legs forward and grabbed hold of a nearby accent chair

The third book in the True to the Game series, 2008. From there she threw her wobbly legs forward and grabbed hold of a nearby accent chair. She braced herself using the arms of the chair, and then carefully made her way around it, until she was able to grab onto a nearby dresser. Using the dresser as a support, she slowly made her way to the open window, where she was finally able to peer outside and get a glimpse of her surroundings. She was on the second floor of what appeared to be a home.


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She is a new voice that cannot stop telling the truth about players and thugs

Finally reaching the end of this trilogy is bittersweet. While I'm ecstatic to finally know the fate of Quadir and Gena's love, as well as have some unanswered questions that built up within the first two books answered..... I'm sad to be at the end.

The characters in this trilogy force you to invest in them from page one of book one. The entire series embodies everything that classics are made of, so it's kinda hard to say goodbye. I'm aware that all good things must come to an end BUT that doesn't make it any easier to leave this book and move on to the my next read in cue. Gena, Quadir, Rik, Jerrell, Gah Git, The Twins, Gary, Viola, and so on will always and forever be memories of a true street lit classic that feels just like the first time each and every time I've read it.

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And I recommend this read
My favorite book series. When part 2 of the movie comes out. I hope they follow the book more. So many details left out of part 1.
blac wolf
It was a good book, but the previous two were better. I was disappointed how the book ended. I think she could have put a little bit more into it. All Quadir and Gena went through to be together for it to just have a bland ending. I would have wanted see more emotion from Quadir and Gena. I really wanted to see more from them in the whole book to tell you the truth!!
I was so excited to see that there was a sequel to one of the best urban dramas ever written. I'll tell you that this book will have you wanting more and more. Everything was crazy. Teri Woods did a amazing job with this sequel. A must read series
Billy Granson
People really did not exaggerate when they said this book is good. For those of you contemplating on reading or not, trust me when I say READ IT!
I liked the first True to the Game book, and the second was okay it was interesting to say the least. This last one somewhat disappointed me. I understood what the author was doing and I think the story could have been really great. This book left me questioning a gang of things in the second book, by now everybody knows it was Quadir that saved her, well why in the world did it take so long, he'd could have been and got to her and explained the situation, he'd been following and watching her all that time and Jerrell wasn't with her 24/7. In this book Gena was even stupider than in the first one, I hated the way that she didn't seem to grow or mature really at all she was still some flashy hood chick worried about how she'd stay laced in Gucci and Gold, worried about herself. I liked the twist and turns and how she had to go through all that stuff, I just didn't like the fact that the author kept her in that stereotypical stigma of being this dumb tail girl. Then again, Quadir seemed just as air headed as her, so maybe they are a match made in heaven. And I agree the ending was not what I expected and I was very disappointed that she didn't go into more detail about their relationship. In all it was okay, the twist and turns were interesting not enough about the lead characters though, and the ending was very rushed and left you wondering how all of that even came about, but an okay book to read if your waiting in the doctors office or your cable is out lol, or your just plain ol bored. Get it from the Library though.
I read the paperback but the movie didn’t do justice for the original story so many memories read the book don’t watch the movie
Literally got through this book in one day! That's how drawn in I was to it! I was so happy about the ending, it definitely ended how it should have. I'll probably catch myself going back through all of the books, starting with part 1 to relive each story! Teri Woods truly knows how to create compelling stories with great character complexities that you'll either hate or love in each individual charter! I just wish that the recent movie stuck to the book. Could've been so much better!