1967, The Summer of Love in the Bay Area. Turn on, tune in, drop out. For a teenage Mitchell Strongbow, the turn-on was being the alpha male, and the tune in was his incredible street smarts, taught by his biker brother and others in the Hell Hound Motorcycle Club. Haight_Ashbury was the place to be in 1967; it held mystical and magical power over the youth of the country that were drafted and forced to fight in a war they wanted no part of. Music, peace, and free love were all they wanted. For Mitchell, talking is for cowards and the weak.
Written by Tim Ford (Book 2 in the Mitchell Strongbow Series)
Rated R for violence, language, and mature themes.