This is the story of a young gangsta in Los Angeles who is stuck in the street life. His purpose and testing in life is well understood. Amongst his army, he is considered a General, a Genius, and a good friend. His leadership and honesty is well-respected by his "O.G.'s." The young gangsta is known by the name, "Shadow." He finds love in a woman he knocked, simply by stimulating her mind with kind words and honesty. His relationship with God is close. The world in which he lives leaves no room for error.
"Hood-fellaz" gives outsiders a look inside the dungeon of hell. If you read carefully and closely, you'll also feel the fire. The story travels in many directions: from rags to riches from the hood to the Cartel. This book answers lots of questions for the Government - "The Rich" as to why those that live in the lower class of society do what they do. lt also helps psychologists understand what goes through the mind of one not as fortunate as others.
Through all the "shoot'em up, bang-bang" there is a message. This book isn't about the Bloods or Crips. It's about morals, principles,conduct, money, power, respect, codes, rules, and regulations; life and death; love and hate.
Once you open this book, you will enter a new world. You've
probably met the "hood." Now it's time to meet the "fellaz."