The Sixties. A decade that changed the nation. For 13-year-old Mitch, life isn’t all about peace and love. Torn between two worlds, his internal battle rages. The traditions of his Sioux background and the family pressure to keep his soul pure, battle against temptations. As an army brat, the move from base to base makes life one big brawl. With an Aboriginal father and German mother, being called racial slurs ar school leads to one blackout rage after another. With his father fighting overseas and a single mother struggling to survive, and an unthinkable family secret that could tear their lives apart, Mitch feels his worlds collide. In the center of it all is Natasha, his obsession, his muse. A blonde, beautiful, and unreachable Jewish Princess.
Written by Tim Ford (Book 1 in the Mitch Strongbow Series)
Rated R for violence, language, and mature themes.