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The Husky Hitman: The Life and Times of a Linebacker in the Golden Age of Washington Football Kindle Edition
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There are 5 Reasons you will enjoy this book:
1) Derek Johnsen - He's the best writer in the genre of UW Football historical books, enough said on that. He has 4 other books under his belt and has done everything possible to write another winner.
2) Words per page - They average # of words per page is 332. Each chapter is ready to dominate your attention. Chapters about Hoffman, James, Brunell, Lambright, Ossai etc. Each is unique and has attitude and is ready to rumble.
3) Hoffman - New topic on the glory years of UW Football and a new attitude. Every person who has read this book has spoke out about the difference between The Husky Hitman and Bow Down To Willingham. When you read this book you will see a much improved story on a great time in UW Football history.
4) Speed, Speed, Speed - This is the fastest UW Football book I have read in a long time. Each chapter reads so quickly. Chapters covering Hall, Kaufman, Vea, etc are all real page turners. As I read the book, I couldn't put it down. While a newbie to Derek Johnson's writing, I found that in this exploit he brought something to UW history that I hadn't seen before in other books, speed of reading.
5) Shipping Time - I think shipping from Amazon can dominate the time of shipping this book to you. The more they can shorten the time the book takes to get to you, the faster you can have it to start to enjoy this amazing read.
This book is a bargain at what it is selling for. I would purchase it rather easily at a much higher price, say $34.17?
I am hopeful Derek Johnson will soon publish another book soon about the Steve Sarkisian regime, titled "The House That Sark Built." Derek Johnson was the second most critical person I know about Sark, but either way it would be interesting to hear his take on things. There is an 81% chance I would buy this novel the day it came out, quite honestly.
I've read all four of Derek's books and I'm looking forward to his next project.