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BOOK REVIEW: STORM RIDER

by Chris Dutcher

Review by David Campbell
2/1/2019


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BIKERNET BOOK CLUB BOOK REVIEW--Storm Rider: The emergence of Gunnar
 
 by Chris Dutcher
 
A dichotomy of viewpoints, the law, the gangster,  the MC, a biker, but a story told from the view of a lone wolf biker. The lone wolf parts becomes even more evident as the story progresses.  
 
This story held me in its grip from the start. Gunnar with an “A”, trying to find his way in a world as foreign from his reality as possible but the closest in line with his desires. Gunnar is the epitome of a true lone wolf biker. He is searching for the meaning and purpose of his life, while trying to live free. To him control, constraint,  and normalcy are four letter words
 
As Gunnar slides into a roadside bar and out of a downpour, the local MC takes interest in him. With a town loaded with gangsters and the feds, trouble soon erupts and Gunnar is in the middle of it. Through in a hot little FBI agent and passions rise. 
The story gets even more interesting when some Nazi's get in the mix trying to reap the benefits of their creation. But all along Gunnar is just looking for the meaning of life and a nice piece of ass.  
 
To get the rest of the story pick up the book. Me, I'm waiting for thy he next chapter to see where Gunnar goes from here. Spoiler alert, he survived book one.
 
--David Campbell
Official Bikernet Book Review Writer 
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