After serving ten years in prison for manslaughter, former Skuldmen motorcycle club president Landon "Blues" McKendry is released on parole. Instead of using violence to make his mark in the world, he is now armed with university degree in architecture and a new guiding lightBuddhist philosophy.
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Great read! The Biker's dark history is the 'shadow', the love and connection with his daughter is the 'light'. The contrast creates a lively, dynamic story that keeps you engaged to the very end. The only reason I gave it a four star instead of a five is because I still love "One Light Coming" (Book 3 of the series) the best.
Coming from the perspective of a young woman, reading this book was an eye opening experience and offers a look inside a lifestyle that very few are familiar with or understand. I very much enjoyed reading this narrative, and was immediately taken by the gripping first chapters. This book encapsulates many different phases of life, puts you right in the shoes of the main characters, and gets you involved with the storyline. I obtained a copy of it for my father for Christmas who is a bike-fanatic and he was very excited to get reading. Once he started, he was able to become engrossed and the book held his attention which is not an easy feat! A great book for those well read and those not so literature inclined alike. Full of emotions and gritty at times, this book will make you think and feel--and give you an inside look into a lifestyle that is very rarely examined by mainstream lit. Highly recommended!