ULR Feature: Don’t Get Caught Slippin’ by Cedric Lewis

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Curtis Griffin aka Cane formed a click called the “CMB Click” growing up. He was young but had street knowledge beyond his years due to the fact that he was the product of a drug one of the biggest drug family’s in the area. Cane had learning the ins and outs of the drug game at a tender age. Most adolescence his age were playing Nintendo but Cane was hanging with big time hustlers earning his way and making his keep. Eventually money came, followed by more women, notoriety and of course jealousy trailed. When Travis aka Trapp one of the Cane’s members and friend of the “CMB Click” betrays them and joins forces with an archrival from the Westside by the name of “The Poison Clan” they became the “Jack Boys” robbing any and every body by any means necessary. This book is a page turner. It is the goal of the author for the readers to comprehend and understand from his perception of what it is when you live the fast life. That everything that glitters is not gold, especially if you get caught slippin’. About the author: Cedric Lewis has wrote an impressive collection of books with this being his first published. He hopes to inspire someone by his lessons that the fast life has consequences. Cedric resides in Greenville South Carolina.

Book Review

“This book is amazing!!!! I was not able to stop reading it and the book is real inspiring. I cannot wait until the author release another book. Importantly, reading the book made me feel like I was literally there; therefore, I was able to finish the book within 3 days. Great job!!!!!!” – Amazon Review

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