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  • Paperback
  • 278 pages
  • Road Dawgz
  • K'wan
  • English
  • 25 August 2018
  • 0970247249

Road Dawgz[PDF / Epub] ☁ Road Dawgz Author K'wan – Essayreview.co.uk It s the penthouse or the morgue This is the philosophy adopted by Keshawn Wilson, aka K Dawg , self proclaimed lord of the streets Keshawn is the youngest of five kids and one of only two that doesn It s the penthouse or the morgue This is the philosophy adopted by Keshawn Wilson, aka K Dawg , self proclaimed lord of the streets Keshawn is the youngest of five kids and one of only two that doesn t belong to his mother s husband As a little boy he feels the distance between he and his stepfather, and life becomes increasingly difficult for him as the years pass his childhood and young adult years are spent in a home for boys and state prison, where he serves time for manslaughter It is during his time behind bars, amongst hardened criminals, that the seeds of evil take root in his life and mercilessly transform him from an innocent child to a heartless, conniving menace, better known as K Dawg K Dawg decides that the world owes him something, and when he is released from prison he intends to take it He comes up with the ultimate power move that is sure to put him on top of the game or under the earth He wants it all, and he is dead set on having it no matter what the cost He has nothing to lose and everything to gain.


About the Author: K'wan

In K wan hit the scene with his debut novel Gangsta, under Triple Crown Publications It was the first novel released by the budding house and would eventually become the building block for what is now a multimillion dollar company What started as a therapeutic release went on to become a part of urban lit history and an Essence bestseller, as well as drawing rave reviews overseas After penning his second novel, Road Dawgz , K wan drew the attention of St Martins press The literary powerhouse quickly signed K wan to a multi book deal, the first of which being Street Dreams In he received the Black Author of the year award from Black Press Radio for the novella Blow Since his insertion into the publishing world K wan has been featured in Vibe, Pages, King, Felon, Big News, The Library Journal, Entertainment Weekly, The New York Press, Clutch and most notably Time Magazine, to name a few He was also interviewed by MTV News for a feature on Hip Hop fiction, and a guest on Power s morning show as well as NPR national public radio In addition to being an accomplished author, K wan is also a motivational speaker, mentor to at risk children and the CEO of Black Dawn, Inc K wan currently resides in New Jersey where he is working on his next noveltp uscmillan author kwan.


10 thoughts on “Road Dawgz

  1. says:

    Content warnings violence, murder, rape, abuse, excessive use of the n word, racismSo I adore K wan s writing I absolutely do But one of the biggest things that annoys me and this is purely a personal annoyance is his excessive use of the n word Personally, I DON T like that word Don t like hearing it Don t like reading it And as such I ONLY refer to it as the n word also I m excessively white and it s not a word I should be using anyway I mean I get it and it s ok for him and his ch Content warnings violence, murder, rape, abuse, excessive use of the n word, racismSo I adore K wan s writing I absolutely do But one of the biggest things that annoys me and this is purely a personal annoyance is his excessive use of the n word Personally, I DON T like that word Don t like hearing it Don t like reading it And as such I ONLY refer to it as the n word also I m excessively white and it s not a word I should be using anyway I mean I get it and it s ok for him and his characters to use it But I still cringe EVERY TIME I HEAR SEE IT Because I know the history of the word And it s one of those words that just physically makes me cringe DESPITE that, this was a fantastic book And I want a sequel because I have unanswered questions.well one unanswered question.There be spoilers from here on view spoiler Another thing that bothers me about his writing is his treatment of women in his books That most of them are just a piece of ass to be used, abused, and then discarded And that most of them aren t smart That bothers me a lot SERIOUSLY bothers me It won t stop me from reading his books because if it did there s a lot of books I wouldn t read because of it.Also, as a parent, drug lord or not, how the fuck can you stand by and watch after ordering her get raped and murdered I mean I get the ordering her death because of betrayal But rape That was a little over the top excessive.I fully believe that the main character, Keshawn was fully right and acting in self defense when he killed his father I mean what kind of parent actively tries to kill a child that was born because the mother wanted the child but the child was born of her being raped I ll tell you what kind A bad kind I mean I get it Sometimes from a parental point of view so I m told As I m not a parent I don t see this but I ve heard from other parents if you know that your spouse has a child from rape you do wind up not liking them much because of that I can get that It s understandable But what s inexcusable is telling that child every chance you get when the mother isn t around about what happened to her to have birthed them That s fucked up And I imagine will do a number on a child to hear And then purposefully leaving out it said coolant but coolant isn t blue to my knowledge Last I checked it was green or red So I m thinking it was probably windshield washer fluid or something like that a toxic chemical for said kid to drink I fully believe that his dad would have kept trying to kill him after that since that attempt didn t work.Also how does that death get ruled as an accident if you have a cup of it sitting in your car That just doesn t make sense.I really disliked Pearl I mean yeah you had a fight with your brother That doesn t mean you take your kid and live on the streets and basically become a junkie That s irresponsible parenting I m glad that the kid was reunited with Keshawn and Nikki And glad that his pitbull wasn t hurt too badly I was so angry about that scene.My one unanswered question is how did he get out of the building when it exploded My only theory because it s not stated that the building had a panic room or anything is that he used Demon shooting at the cops and then diving out the window as a distraction to get out of the building somehow and then detonated it as soon as he was clear enough from it hide spoiler But despite problems and unanswered question this was a good book

  2. says:

    road dawgz was a great book showing how you can go from being at the top to the bottom just by making bad decisions kdawg the main character comes to realize that after being releasd from jail and fiuring that the world owes him something because of the fact that life snt going well his mom is possibky about to die in fact does his sis is invovled in the gan rap as well so kdawg has no ne to look up to or forward to society is his life and it quickly becomes dangerous for kdawg to survive if road dawgz was a great book showing how you can go from being at the top to the bottom just by making bad decisions kdawg the main character comes to realize that after being releasd from jail and fiuring that the world owes him something because of the fact that life snt going well his mom is possibky about to die in fact does his sis is invovled in the gan rap as well so kdawg has no ne to look up to or forward to society is his life and it quickly becomes dangerous for kdawg to survive if your interested in books like this then i definitely reccomend this book to you the book does get kinda graphi so you also must be mature enough to handle it

  3. says:

    Misogynistic, homophobic, machismo istic pap which glorifies violence and perpetuates stereotypes.Additionally I was irritated to find that the author is evidently ignorant of the fact that silencers don t actually make guns so quiet that they merely hiss Further, neither the author nor the editor was apparently familiar with the difference between the words assess a verb meaning to evaluate or estimate the nature, ability, or quality of and asses a noun meaningthan one ass.

  4. says:

    Damn K dog he was the underdog and the villain but when he started getting money he became evenof a hot head Even his lawyer gave him the right advice and he wasn t trying to hear it All the women in the book seemed like horny dumb slut buckets I didn t like that I felt people had K dog s back but not like they should ve so he did what was best for him and said F it It s sad asf how he was an ok dude who thought he had real homies on his team but even they would throw in the towel on h Damn K dog he was the underdog and the villain but when he started getting money he became evenof a hot head Even his lawyer gave him the right advice and he wasn t trying to hear it All the women in the book seemed like horny dumb slut buckets I didn t like that I felt people had K dog s back but not like they should ve so he did what was best for him and said F it It s sad asf how he was an ok dude who thought he had real homies on his team but even they would throw in the towel on him if necessary I wanted K dog the rest of his team to win but when I read the authors note I had a feeling I wouldn t be getting my happy ending K wan wanted to prove a point with this book and I think he did He s always been a great writer to me imo him Noire neck to neck with this hood sh t What I liked about,the,book it was fast paced , lots of twists and turns.what I didn t like The ending

  5. says:

    Another page turnerGreat read I so wish there was part 2 Id love to find out how Justice was reunited w K dawg, and all the events leading up to the Road Dawgs breaking Animal out of jail K wan Foye s literature, has been the focal point of my collection for a few years now and I m never disappointed Please keep them coming

  6. says:

    Classic

  7. says:

    This book was one of the best books that I have read in 2017 It had everything in it great action, plot, climax and the ending was great This book is a definite reread.

  8. says:

    Imagine finding out that you your twin are the results of a violent rape growing up hated by your step father K dawg s story is heartbreaking and really gives insight to his personality There were a few typo s but it didn t take away from the story It s no secret that K wan can write the ABC s and it would be a banger and this is no different I still hate K dawg though Imagine finding out that you your twin are the results of a violent rape growing up hated by your step father K dawg s story is heartbreaking and really gives insight to his personality There were a few typo s but it didn t take away from the story It s no secret that K wan can write the ABC s and it would be a banger and this is no different I still hate K dawg though

  9. says:

    I thought it was a good book A little too much violence for me but I would still read it.

  10. says:

    K Dawg was is my least favorite character However, he s quite interesting so it was necessary to know his backstory it wasn t good or bad.It was just need to know Can t skip it.

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