The critically acclaimed Ghetto Girls series continues with Soo Hood. Lil’ Long sings like a canary and weasels his way out of lockdown. Dirty cops Hall and Kawolski push him around the way a snitch deserves. Lil’ Long uses it as motivation to exact revenge on the streets and rub off enemies at every turn. He stops at nothing to confront our favorite trio with guns blazing. Bodies drop left and right as Coco, Deedee and Josephine run for their lives. Even Eric’s bodyguards can’t protect them. Speaking of Eric, murder and his connection to Maruichi force a barrier between him and Sophia, so she looks for love elsewhere, but it’s clear that she suffers more apart from him than she ever would with him. Soo enticingly delicious and sexy, Ghetto Girls 3 is the best Hip Hop literature ever. Soo Hood grabs you by the throat and stays in your face from the beginning. Tensions mount and there is no letting up till the mutha%#$&*@$ drama is over. Anthony Whyte’s latest edition to the hottest Hip Hop saga is thrilling, actionpacked and unpredictable. Above all, it’s really Soo Hood.