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God Ain't Blind by Mary Monroe
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Jan 15, 2012

really liked it
bookshelves: african-american-fiction
Recommended to Ama by: I am already a fan of the series.
Recommended for: people familiar with the series.
Read from January 06 to 15, 2012 — I own a copy , read count: 1

I enjoyed this installment in Mary's 'God' series. This one started out a little slow for me but in the end I was fully sucked in by the drama and the twists. Without spoiling the book for anybody I will say that I was very surprised by the turnout of the story behind what was really going on with Pee Wee, as well as Louis Barnes' true motives. In the end I was conflicted between feeling sorry for Annette and thinking that she made her bed and that she deserved some of what happened.

I didn't get why the Jade storyline was so dramatic. Mind you I read 'God don't play.' so I know exactly what went on between her and Jade. I just found that it was way over played in this book. People acted like Jade tried to kill her or something.

All in all I would recommend this book to people who are familiar with the series already. I wouldn't jump right into this one to begin though.

:) Ama
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