Ground Rush

Ground Rush

by Kort Patterson
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Ground Rush by Kort Patterson

Set in the seventies, Ground Rush starts out as a quiet, contemplative little tale set in the cloistered calm and pastorally meditative environment of a sport skydiving drop-zone. The pace of the story picks up a bit with the introduction of sex, drugs, fast cars, illegal firearms, organized crime, disorganized crime, and a generous helping of gratuitous violence - building to an exploration of the fine line between preemptive self-defense and premeditated murder.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940013942042
Publisher: Overall Technology Inc.
Publication date: 02/13/2012
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 416 KB

About the Author

The blundering and bemused tale of mischances and unlikely events that comprise the Kort Patteron's life history might indicate otherwise, but he never intentionally "set out adventuring". Each incremental step seemed reasonable within the context of the moment, even if their cumulative effects took him in directions that might appear somewhat less than rational when considered from the infinite perspective of hind-sight. In spite of best intentions to seek a quiet and orderly life, fate (and miscalculations) have already served up more unexpected twists and turns than he would care to admit. Perhaps the single most consistent aspect over the years has been that where he ended up has almost never been where he thought he was headed. Among the many unexpected results of the author's experiences are three novels, a dozen short stories, and over a hundred articles for readers to enjoy!

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Ground Rush 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
ReneeDaphne More than 1 year ago
A little slow-going at first if one isn't familiar with skydiving jargon, but the detailed description of a dive in the beginning is still exciting if you haven't jumped out of an airplane before. The pace picks up after a few chapters and really moves along. All the makings of an action flick - sex, drugs, no rock'n'roll, but car chases, mob figures, and guns. The ordinary-guy, skydiving addict gets himself into a seemingly no-win situation. The novel is laced with some messaging on the futility and annoyance of prohibitions. All-in-all a good read.