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Wayward Angel: The Full Story Of The Hells Angels Paperback – October 14, 2008
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Until he found himself in reluctant service to the courts, Wethern was the quintessential Angel. Oneof the
A Wayward Angel is a powerful book, a not-for-the-squeamish portrait of the drug scene and the alienation of modern life in late-twentieth-century California. We witness killings, million-dollar drug deals, "picnics" that are nothing short of orgies, and the sometimes bizarre inner workings of the biker club. This is a story uniquely American. And it is a terrifying tale - because it's real.
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If you like this book and haven't read Under and Alone, be sure you do, Under and Alone is from the view of an undercover ATF Agent and talks more about the Mongols Motorcycle Gang but is also a page turner!
Both books are worth it if you want to know the lives of people involved in Biker Life! You will not be dissapointed!!
The story of any organization is like a jigsaw puzzle. You have to find this piece, examine it, and place it here; find that piece, examine it, and place it there. Finally, when all the pieces are in place, you have a picture, an understanding. George's book is essentially a piece of the puzzle known as the Hell's Angels.
George writes about his association with the Angels, his drug use and other illegal activities right up to the time he is arrested by the feds and tries to save his and his family's asses by testifying against his fellow Angels and entering the Witness Protection Program. Is George a rat for squealing on his friends or did he do the right thing? You'll have to decide this for yourself.
The book seems detailed, is graphic and hard-hitting. It certainly holds your attention. Will the full and complete story of the Angels ever be known? Perhaps, but only to those who were there and did that.