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Four Horsemen: A Jolly Roger Tale

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Elias is a dedicated athlete that has no problem making it to the finals, no matter the competition. The only thing he can't do is win once he's there. There to help him through it all, and overcome his hidden fears, are his best friend George, his brother Adam, and his girlfriend Lisset.
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Overview

Elias is a dedicated athlete that has no problem making it to the finals, no matter the competition. The only thing he can't do is win once he's there. There to help him through it all, and overcome his hidden fears, are his best friend George, his brother Adam, and his girlfriend Lisset.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781412056212
  • Publisher: Trafford Publishing
  • Publication date: 9/21/2005
  • Pages: 146

Meet the Author

Ernie Minera was born in the capital city of Guatemala. He was raised inMiami, Florida and attended Cincinnati State College where he majored in computer programming, graduating cum laude. He transferred to the University of Miami where he began acting in theater and a series of student films. He is also a stand-up comic and is currently producing Stand-Up - one of his many screenplays. To check out his other works visit his website at: adasefilms.com.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 19, 2007

    Four Horsemen: A Jolly Roger Tale

    I loved the writing style. You get different points of view to the same story, so the characters are very well developed, and the result is a well crafted story. The only question it left me asking was, is there going to be a sequel? I recommended it to my creative writing class.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 19, 2007

    Four Horsemen: A Jolly Roger Tale

    The best descriptive book I¿ve read since A Season on the Mat by Dan Gable. Four Horsemen, A Jolly Roger Tale puts you right on the mat. But note that the sport of wrestling is only the backdrop to the story. Elias¿ gung-ho dedication to the sport only leads to a frustrating repetition of second place. He makes every final, yet never comes out the winner. The pattern of losses only adds the problem as he becomes mentally wedged on it. It¿s for anyone who¿s ever fought hard to be on top and barely missed it. Coach

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 19, 2007

    Four Horsemen: A Jolly Roger Tale

    I¿m not a high school drama fan, but the action throughout grasps your attention, and the ending leaves you analyzing what you just read and also your own life. My coach told me to read it. I liked it a lot. I also picked up some wrestling moves from it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 19, 2007

    Four Horsemen: A Jolly Roger Tale

    My teacher made me read it and I immediately fell in love with it. I was intrigued by George¿s character. I can definitely relate to his anger. It also taught me a lot about the sport. I never understood it, but now I do. I recommend it to anyone who is into wrestling. James

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