Sumer of Love-Fall of Hate

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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.

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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.

2 reviews for Sumer of Love-Fall of Hate

  1. Pandamonium Publishing House

    The second book in Mr Ford’s Strongbow Warrior Stories, sees Mitch Strongbow maturing and exploring many emotional experiences, both good and bad. This book takes the reader through the next phase of Mitch’s young life in the Swinging Sixties. We feel his joy, we feel his pain and by the end of the book it leaves the reader wanting to experience more of Mitch’s “what will happen next” life. I can’t wait for book #3!-J. Radnor

  2. Pandamonium Publishing House

    Loved reading Book 2. Mitch just can’t seem to help himself with women even though he finally gets Natasha. As he was in school but couldn’t be drafted cuz his dad died in Vietnam. He wanted to do the right thing by his mom and quit school to help his mom. It definitely kept me reading to find out what was next for Mitch. As I was approaching the end of my book I would order book 3 so it was here before I finished my 2nd book. Thank you Tim for a great read.-T. Reece

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