Sunday, July 25, 2010


This is the second book I have read from Daryl Moore, and it was really good.

"Where Can Life on the Street Really Lead? Asks Easy Money

Daryl Moore's second novel tells the tale of young Skip and Greg's quest to make a little
extra money by harmlessly selling a little weed so they can lure in the women of their
dreams with the fast cash, but life may have something different in store for them.

Bowie, MD - June 25, 2010 - Veteran author Daryl Moore announces the release of his
second novel, Easy Money. A modern day morality play, Moore's story convincingly
portrays the "logic" of young men looking for an easy buck and the dwindling law of
returns that usually accompanies that mission.

A part time cashier at a fast food restaurant, Greg decides he's tired of being broke. He
wants more money than flipping hamburgers can ever bring in, and his friend Skip
agrees. They know all fine women like brothers with their pockets filled with cash.

Selling weed seems the perfect solution to them. It's not like selling hard drugs. It's
natural. It comes from the earth.

The young men are off on a mission.

But the world of drugs, and the people inhabiting it, and the consequences of dealing are
more than they have bargained for, and jail suddenly looms as a possible future for them.

In his dramatic tale, Daryl Moore is able to effectively capture the slow slide of two
young men into a life they had not envisioned with consequences more horrifying than
they had thought possible. Like his first novel, Money Hungry, about the mean
Washington D.C. cop who robs drug dealers to support the demands of his greedy wife,
Easy Money helps readers enter the hearts and minds of innocent men turned bad by a
world ready to prey on them.

About the book:
Easy Money by Daryl Moore
ISBN: 978-1-4327-5426-6
Publisher: Outskirts Press
Date of publish: June 16, 2010
Pages: 173
S.R.P.: $12.95

About the author:
Daryl Moore has a Master's Degree in Organizational Leadership. His hobbies include
motorcycle riding and watching sports, and he enjoys watching good movies at the
theater as well."

I really liked how the kids dealt with all the problems they had to go through.

Greg's Mother reminds me alot of mine!!

There are a couple sad twists, but over all I really liked it, and the ending was fairly happy too.

If you would like to give this a read, you can get your own copy on Amazon for $12.95

** All opinions expressed are 100% my own. I received a copy of this book free of charge for my review thanks to Bostick Communications.**

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