On Sale: August 1, 2011
Featuring: Aaron "Woodshed" Wallace; Eddie Takanori; Gil Hobbes
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No head butts, groin strikes, eye gouges, or fishhooks. He'd
go along with it, but heavyweight mixed martial artist Aaron
"Woodshed" Wallace thinks they're taking all the fun out of
Stuck on no-name cards for tiny organizations, Woody is
trying to put his shady past behind him with help from his
trainer and mentor, Brazilian jiu-jitsu black belt Gil Hobbes.
When Banzai Eddie Takanori--president of MMA's largest
organization, Warrior Inc.--offers Woody sees his shot at
By the time Woody figures out he's just a pawn in a
high-stakes game between psychopaths, he's in way too deep.
Good thing he knows how to take a punch.
And give a few back...
1 comment posted.
This book is an absolute hoot! Woody is a terrific character who always seems to know a guy, but that doesn't always get the best results, so lots of twists and bloody action. The diaologue is incredible and I just loved the asides that Brown gives Woody!
Even if heavyweight fighting isn't your thing (and it definitely isn't mine), I just got suckered right into the story and loved it, so I think readers new to Jeremy Brown will also get a real kick out of this no holds barred thriller!
(Audrey Lawrence 9:54pm August 9, 2011)
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