This was my first introduction to the series, I had read several briefs and spoke to someone who loved the series, so I thought it would be interesting. Unfortunately, the lack of reason and purpose for the characters, some undefined animosity, and several rush to the twist moments that seemed to take precedence over the story or providing solutions to the dilemmas marred this story.
I didn’t engage with the characters: the story felt forced and emotion was lacking, I truly didn’t care who was who and what their motivations were. After the great things I had heard about the uniqueness of the first title in the series, I was disappointed. While normally I am not a hater of the cliffhanger, I didn’t see a point for this one except to prolong the story. Every thread could have been brought to conclusion, with reasonable options for each character that was integral in this story: to do more just feels unnecessary.
Narration provided by Honey Jones was perfect: she did seem to suit each character’s particular personality; she was easy to understand and performed the story well. My rating of the title is purely based on the lack of depth and quality of story that the author provided to the narrator.
Stars: Overall: 3 Narration: 5 Story: 2
Title: The Prada Plan
Genre: African-American, Literary Fiction /Family Saga, Urban
Narrator: Honey Jones
Audio Length: 8 Hours
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Street fiction's most infamous bad girl, Leah Richards, holds the fate of an entire family in her hands, in "New York Times"-bestselling author Antoinette's heart-pounding sequel to "The Prada Plan.
A copy of this title was provided via for purpose of honest review. I was not compensated for this review: all conclusions are my own responsibility.