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really liked it
The entire time I was reading this I kept thinking, This is just like those movies The Hubs likes to watch!
One man. Alone, outnumbered, and outmatched against a corrupt corporation/government/town/agency. No hope. No way to win.
He’s never really been a good man, or a hero.
But this time, he’s found a reason to make a stand!
Usually a kid or a dog…just sayin’.
He won’t back down. He’s gonna fight ’em till the bitter end!
You know, the ones I usually leave the room for…
And that’s pretty much the
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I am 150% certain I read this wrong. I was distracted last night between dealing with a real-world annoyance and pissing half the internet off so my attention was not focused on this story whatsoever. NONE of my friends who have read this rated it under 4 Stars so take my “meh” with a shaker full of salt.
The problem I had with Here Was A Man was twofold. (1) Like many other initial volumes, this one didn’t have a whole lot of
really liked it
Earl Tubbs comes back to town to clean out his dead father’s house. While there he stumbles onto corruption in small town Alabama.
The coach runs the town. Period.
This was frigging good. Once I started it I wanted more. Hell, I still want more. Small town, southern grit lit, and BBQ. Hells yeah. Throw in some football and you have the makings of a great afternoon.
I received an arc copy of this book in exchange for an honest review from Netgalley