Book review: 'Long Live the Cartel'
“Long Live the Cartel” is the eighth book of “The Cartel” series written by Ashley
Antoinette & Jaquavius Coleman. Courtesy graphic
Five out of Five Stars
By Juanita Kelly-Hill
“Long Live the Cartel” is the eighth book of “The Cartel” series penned by Ashley
Antoinette & Jaquavius Coleman, a dynamic duo.
In this final installment of “The Cartel” series, we dive into the world of the off-springs
left behind by their parents, navigating through a world of crime, drama and betrayal.
Carter Jones II, deals with the loss of both parents; one to the grave and the other
to a cell.
He escapes in the world of boxing, becoming an undefeated champion with the help from
one of the world’s best boxers: his grandfather. He faces an unexpected series of
unfortunate events that could cause his life to turn upside down … again.
Mo, who is his cousin, suffers from the pain of losing his family as well as never
being accepted by his grandfather. He grew up in foster care and was raised by the
streets. Hustle was the only thing he knew.
Anger, jealousy and greed is what burned inside Mo and he wanted to become the king
by any means.
Authors Antoinette and Coleman will take you on a ride of twists and turns with this heart-racing page turner.
If you are a fan of movies such as “Scarface,” “The Godfather” or “The Wolf of Wall
Street,” then this book is for you!
I give both the book and series a 5-star rating. I recommend you start by checking out the first book to “The Cartel '' series.