The Fight Within

The Fight Within

by Andrew Grey


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ISBN-13: 9781623804008
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Publication date: 02/26/2013
Pages: 206
Sales rank: 1,024,664
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.44(d)

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The Fight Within 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
AGoodell More than 1 year ago
Before I start this I must give a disclaimer – This book contains talk about child rape, sexual games and even though the adult MC that is reliving his horror’s the pedophile is still active and hurting young boys in the story. I do have to add WE DO NOT get to actually re-live the events, but some people have a hard time just knowing it’s in a book. And since the blurb does not tell us this, I was surprised and not in a good way.  This audio book comes in at just over seven hours and over all it was enjoyable if at times hard to listen to.  Bryce has had a roller –coaster year. Two days before his marriage his fiancé is killed in a freak accident. And he has been existing, but not living for the last year. Jerry and John he’s co workers and best friends have had enough and decide that he needs to spend some time with them on John’s reservation. Once on the reservation Bryce meets Paytah, a man that appears a few years older than him but with a huge chip on his shoulder.  Bryce by nature is a happy person and has decided that John and Jerry are right; it’s time to live again. Paytah sees this young man, that may be able to finally be able to put he’s past behind him.  If only both could believe they should or could. So this book starts you off, in tears, with the death of the fiancé. Then you settle into the courtship of Paytah and Bryce, then we get Paytah story.  More tears. And we find out the predator is still around the reservation.  And the story becomes the healing of Paytah and the fight against him.  Even though I found Bryce kinda annoying at times, (AG sure can write a whiny character) and the HUGE surprise of the content of the book, I still give the book side 4 rainbows The narrator, Andrew McFerrin, this is probably the only second time I’ve heard his voice and it still amazes me what a great job he does! Not only did he have to do, women and children also several different men of different races, 5 rainbows.  Over all this audio will be a 4 rainbow. 
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A great read full of action and excitement. Never got bored reading book. The descriptions of the characters was so in could see what the author was describing as you were reading. Cant wait to read the next of the Good Fight Series!
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BooksRMyFood More than 1 year ago
The second book of this series, Andrew once again does what he is so good at - taking a minor character from one book and bringing him to the forefront of the next. As with all of his books, the tone is gentle, the barriers and issues are minor and the characters are enjoyable. It's not earthshaking M/M literature, but it's pleasant and these days, pleasant is not a bad thing. Recommended.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great continuation. Loved it as much as the first book.
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Sandra027 More than 1 year ago
A lot of people loved this book, and I loved and would highly recommend book one, The Good Fight. But unfortunately this one just didn't work for me for several reasons. I didn't feel the connection between Bryce and Paytah like I wanted to, and their relationship developed too quickly especially given Paytah's lifelong distrust and dislike of white people.