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Posted December 9, 2008
In California, it started as a dream that seemed very real to Stewart Chance, but he soon wonders if it really happened. Biker Bob chooses to make over the slighted Stewart Chance from quiet wimp into biking hunk. Though a spirit with cycling prowess, Biker Bob knows his work is cut out for him as the chosen one was never on a bike before he gave him a ride. Stewart is a computer nerd whose wife Renee scorns and derides him while his teenage children think he is a loser. The goal is to teach Stewart to ride a bike, not fear his dictatorial boss, put his kids in their proper place, and ultimately tame the shrew.------ Since the ¿dream¿ ride on a Harley-Davidson, Stewart has begun to change. He takes chances that he never would have before as he begins to show the inner ¿Heart of a Warrior¿ with Biker Bob, real or not, to guide him. Even Renee the shrew begins to respect her man.------ This is an odd tale that makes a case that the modern American male is an emaciated wimp who has lost his way due to the feminist movement (though the Global War Against terrorism would say otherwise). The story line is at its best when Stewart and or Biker Bob are riding when Bob pontificates about how much maleness has been lost in recent years, the plot slows down. Though this tale is somewhat too relatively simplistic because it ignores different strokes for different folks, fans will appreciate this solid character study with its differing perspectives, leading to the audience pondering their relationships.----- Harriet KlausnerWas this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted February 28, 2004
This incredibly refreshing story is captivating to say the least. The characters came alive for me and I even had dreams about them! Amazing! This gem is full of lessons for loving directly, living truly, and learning mystically. Beautiful work!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted August 6, 2001
This interesting story of Mr. Chance and his ongoing encounters with 'Biker Bob' is enjoyable reading from cover to cover. Men experiencing midlife crisis who I know have read this book and reported feeling more spiritually and physically grounded! Quite uplifting! Way to go, Nik!!!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.