Evel Knievel: An American Hero

Evel Knievel: An American Hero

by Ace Collins
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Evel Knievel: An American Hero 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Ranks are Alpha-Leader <p> Chase-Deputy <p> Toxin-Senior warriors only5 at a time an Chase are choosen from here <p> Sharp-Normall warriors mat no kits. Only Toxin and up have kits <p> Thorn-Apprentices are here. May have no mate no kits and can not train themselves:)
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Guest More than 1 year ago
Struggling through most of his child hood without his parents who had separated as a young boy never let go of his dream to be famous. After his parents had separated he went to live with his grandparents Ogntius and Emma Knievel. Since Ognatius worked so many hours it was up to Emma to raise him but it was tough for her to keep up with a future daredevil. As he grew as a kid he had begun to attempt daring stunts and eventually led to being the greatest dare devil alive. One thing I liked about this book is that even though he lived with his grandparents he treated and respected them as they were his mother and father. I also liked how even when Evel AKA Bobby was a kid he was always doing out of the ordinary things to have fun, which led him down his career path. One thing I didn¿t like was learning how bad times really were back then, and how hard it was for a couple to stay together and care for their kids. I think anyone interested in dare devils or Evel himself should read this book because it lets the reader take a look at how he grew up and that he never let go of his dream to ride bikes. If you wanted to learn more about this topic I would suggest reading Motorcycle Legends: The Bikes. The Riders. The Stories. I would rate this 4 out of 5 stars because it is an accurate story of his life.
Guest More than 1 year ago
it is a great book. nice price. and a great book for a kid who likes to do motocross and who bmx's. good for both kids and adults.