DJGBC Book Review: Treasure Blue “Get It Girls” (A Harlem Girl Lost Novel)


WHEN JESSICA JONES AND HER three best friends venture out on prom night, a tragic incident turns a night of high school achievement into a crime scene, and Jessica and her girls are left with bloody hands and shattered futures. After spending years paying off a debt that wasn’t theirs, Jessica and her friends return to Harlem to find it changed. Crack is now king and its destruction has left their families in ruin and their neighborhoods consumed by its peddlers. Jessica takes a stand, and her friends are there to back her up in order to preserve their lives, their families, and their Harlem.
 GET IT TREASURE,March 15, 2012

This review is from: Get It Girls: A Harlem Girl Lost Novel (Paperback)

In Treasure E. Blue’s latest release, he reintroduces some of his beloved characters from Harlem Girl Lost with a twist. In an alternate-reality type of story, he tells what would have happened if things had turned out differently for Silver’s mother, Jessica Jones.
Each chapter is filled with suspense, emotion, drama, and Blue’s uncanny knack for creating memorable characters and putting them in revolutionary roles and nail-biting situations. You’ll run the gamut of emotions, from love to hatred, from laughter to tears.
If you’ve never read his work, you’re missing out on one of the finest storytellers fiction has to offer. If you have read his work, you don’t need any convincing to pick this one up, as I’m sure you’re already hooked. Highly recommended!!!!!!!!!!!

BEST BOOK I’VE READ IN 10 YEARS,February 22, 2012

This review is from: Get It Girls: A Harlem Girl Lost Novel (Paperback)

Treasure Blue is one of these rare writers that has the God given ability to control your emotion as he see fit. Thats too much power, but damn is he good. I never met a writer that’s been so consistent in his writing skill. Every book is major, and hasn’t disappointed me yet. Get It Girls was so powerful I just could not put that book down. Treasure, you took alot out of me on this one ad I loved every minute of it.

 About the Author
Treasure E. Blue is the Essence Magazine Best Selling Author of Harlem Girl Lost, A Street Girl Named Desire, Keyshia & Clyde and a contributor to several anthologies. A former fire inspector with the New York City Fire Department, he is also winner of the Black Issue Book Reviews Urban Lit Book of the Year and a starred Kirkus Review recipient. Mr. Blue currently resides in Harlem, New York and is a public speaker that shows today’s youth the dangers of drug addiction and the importance of literacy.


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