Black Butterfly 4: Temper... Generational Curse

Adult
I was once told by a New York Times Best Selling Author that "Mixed reviews make for a great book..." and this is it! People are TORN because Nadet's a grown man now and making the same bad decisions his mother made. It's crazy how history repeats itself if there's not an intervention... temper is the generational curse that has taken down many men. Will Nadet be next or will someone intervene? More

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Published: Jan. 22, 2013
Words: 58,930
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301773831
About Dante Feenix

Dante’ Feenix, is a native of Baltimore, Maryland but currently resides in Washington, DC. This Towson University and Baltimore City College Alum has been in the entertainment business for over 15 years. A former television producer, dancer, and professional spoken word artist with a resume’ boasting a wide range of companies and talent including BET(Black Entertainment Television), Planet Groove, Hitz, Teen Summit, The Wire, The Wheel of Fortune Tour, Today’s Black Woman Magazine, Television Host Rachel, Wahida Clark, Zane, Usher Raymond, and Bernadette Stanis to name a few.

Winner of the Hip-Hop Business Journal’s African American Literary Award for the cult classic Black Butterfly Series, fans have dubbed him the Hip-Hop James Patterson. With complex plots, powerful emotion, and intelligent storylines Maxwell Black/Dante’ Feenix leads the reader through a maze of suspense to literary bliss. “I loved it, can’t wait for part two.” –Amazon Reader Review.

However, it’s his new novels that have the industry buzzing about this future star of the literary and entertainment world alike. Diary Of A 12 Inch Brotha and The Real Secret are two groundbreaking novels that are locked and loaded; pointed straight at the New York Times Best Seller List. We’re all excited and ready for our next thrill ride. You’ll become a fan before the last page!

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