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Heavy Duty People: First book in The Brethren Trilogy (Volume 1) Paperback – December 29, 2011
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You can tell from reading the first couple of pages this is a biker who knows his way around motorcycles and the clubs of the UK. He brings you into a world where loyalty is number one, give you a crash course on what you have to do to be accepted as a full-fledged member of The Legions. Damage the main character of the story gives you detail descriptions of what a Striker had to go through to become a full Patch.
It's an entirely different world that I had never seen. Riding your wheels with the wind blowing in your face, the smell of the engine as it heats under you. Damage tells you his experience as a loyal Road Captain to being betrayed by the ones he counted on the most. Chaos starting because his group was given a choice they couldn't refuse and the politics of their world.
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I am not a quitter. I just want to state that in the beginning, because this book made me be one.Read more
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I was given this book free through Story Cartel in exchange for a review. I eventually liked this story, but it took until almost the end before I decided that.Read more