King of the Dancehall (Movie Tie-In)

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Informationen zum Autor Nick Cannon Klappentext A heartpounding, exhilarating novel based on the hot new movie from Nick Cannon, King of the Dancehall . The coming of age story of Tarzan Brixton, a product of the harsh and merciless Brooklyn projects. After being released from a 5 year prison sentence for an armed robbery gone sideways, he makes a vow to his dying mother to change his ways. With his mother's medical bills piling up, the temptation of the criminal life becomes too real once again. His solution is to escape the rough streets of New York for the equally ruthless beaches of Kingston, Jamaica. He soon creates a drug running empire while falling in love with a beautiful Jamaican woman named Maya. It's through Maya that Tarzan becomes captivated by the music, dance, and lifestyle of Jamaican Dancehall culture, which ultimately lifts him towards the path of righteousness.

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Nick Cannon



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A heartpounding, exhilarating novel based on the hot new movie from Nick Cannon, King of the Dancehall.

The coming of age story of Tarzan Brixton, a product of the harsh and merciless Brooklyn projects. After being released from a 5 year prison sentence for an armed robbery gone sideways, he makes a vow to his dying mother to change his ways. With his mother's medical bills piling up, the temptation of the criminal life becomes too real once again. His solution is to escape the rough streets of New York for the equally ruthless beaches of Kingston, Jamaica. He soon creates a drug running empire while falling in love with a beautiful Jamaican woman named Maya. It's through Maya that Tarzan becomes captivated by the music, dance, and lifestyle of Jamaican Dancehall culture, which ultimately lifts him towards the path of righteousness.

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Titel
King of the Dancehall (Movie Tie-In)
Autor
EAN
9781250113245
ISBN
978-1-250-11324-5
Format
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Herausgeber
Macmillan USA
Genre
Romane & Erzählungen
Anzahl Seiten
320
Jahr
2017
Untertitel
Englisch
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