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Harsher Side of Night

By: George L. Pullen
Narrated by: Kim Bertrand
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Publisher's Summary

Harsher Side of Night is based on a true story of the trials and tribulations of George L. Pullen. This unique story translates the deep experience of a man who loved to ride motorcycles at a young age and his fantasy of a female rider who shared many of the same real-life adventures.

You'll be captivated by Chris (main character) and her determined journey as a female rider as she strives for her ultimate goal in this life - "becoming the next Super Bike Champion." Her seemingly endless journey will have you rooting for her every step of the way as she falters and strives to keep her past from rearing its ugly head.

With an abusive father constantly knocking her down and a built-in iron-steel will of resolution, she reminds us all of the lessons in perseverance and self-worth. The only person who can truly ever knock us down is ourselves.

Chris encounters evil and peril from those who feel she does not belong in the riding circuit and she encounters a love like no other. Will she be loved for the first time during this brief visit here on earth or will she fall short and almost have it all?

This audiobook not only takes us on her journey and opens the door of what it's like to be a woman who rides but we are also offered a sneak peek into the lives of actual women who ride everyday. These amazing women share their stories of why they love to ride and the reason they will continue to "ride-on" as long as this life will allow.

Join them on their epic motorcycle journey and read into the fascinating lives of Chris and real-life #female #motorcycle riders with their #unique stories. The second-half of this audiobook introduces you to a handful of hand-picked women who reached back, enthusiastic to share their passion of riding with you.

Harsher Side of Night has been professionally edited with a polished flow throughout. We hope you will enjoy the journey as much as we did.

©2019 George Pullen (P)2019 George Pullen

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A must read. Never forget.

On my second time through this book. After reading (and re-reading) The rise and fall of the third Reich by WIlliam Shirer I wanted even more information on this blighted page in our human history. Such a sureal unfolding of genicide when you read how one survivor came back to the author's village and railed against the Nazis and begged his fellow jews to leave while they could. No one listened to him until it was too late.

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Have read this book a dozen times

Night by Elie Wiesel together with VIctor Frank's Man's Search For Meaning are two of the most important books I have ever read. Whenever I begin to feel sorry for myself, relistening to either helps me keep my life in perspective. These two men together with many of the characters described in their books give new meaning to the term "man's indomitable spirit". Mr. Wiesel was so honest about his innermost thoughts and feelings as he and his father attempted to endure the daily horrors of concentration camp life that I was continously asking myself how I would have reacted under similar conditions. Frankly, I too often found myself coming up short in my comparative predictions. Mr. Wiesel and Dr. Frankl have definitely become two role models that have made me a better man.

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An old book that still terrifies

My daughter had to write a paper on this. I got the audio book so I could reaquaint myself with the book too, For such a slight volume it packs a brass knuckeld punch to human self deception. It destroys the fiction that hard times bring out the best in people instead of the worst, that god can save you from the hands of mere human cruelty, and that a sons love for a father is unassailable. Yet in the end there is a type of redemption for the living. If for no other reason that to be the one to tell the story.

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exciting story with a surprising twist


exciting story, reminds me a lot of million dollar baby.one of the best narrated books I have ever listen to, fast-paced, exciting ending