A Jungle is Still a Jungle

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Why do people run marathons? Is it for the exercise or is it for the accomplishment of crossing the finish line? For 23-year-old Mitchell Strongbow, his marathon lasted for over four years where sheer rage kept him going and surviving was his finish line. It wasn’t for the physical exercise, but more to exorcise the demons from the past and the guilt of his family members’ deaths. Mitchell has spent the last four years in the jungle honing his survival skills which included hunting, trapping, and sometimes ruthless and barbaric ways to take a human life. There is revenge, then there is Strongbow revenge!

Written by Tim Ford (Book 3 in the Mitchell Strongbow Series)

Rated R for violence, language, and mature themes.

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Why do people run marathons? Is it for the exercise or is it for the accomplishment of crossing the finish line? For 23-year-old Mitchell Strongbow, his marathon lasted for over four years where sheer rage kept him going and surviving was his finish line. It wasn’t for the physical exercise, but more to exorcise the demons from the past and the guilt of his family members’ deaths. Mitchell has spent the last four years in the jungle honing his survival skills which included hunting, trapping, and sometimes ruthless and barbaric ways to take a human life. There is revenge, then there is Strongbow revenge!

Written by Tim Ford (Book 3 in the Mitchell Strongbow Series)

Rated R for violence, language, and mature themes.

1 review for A Jungle is Still a Jungle

  1. Pandamonium Publishing House

    Here I am just finished Book 3. I have never been so excited about reading. But with the Strongbow series it has kept me reading. Mitch has now finished serving for over 4 years in Vietnam and following him throughout his journey. Not what he wanted to see when he got out of serving cuz his g/fb got married and his child has no idea who her daddy actually is. Crazy times. Some parts I find it gory but kept me reading.
    Thanks Tim, Absolutely love the books.-T. Reece

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