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For those of you who listened to The Unknown Mongol, you're probably wondering just what the hell happened. If you enjoyed the first book, I'm sure you'll enjoy this one just as much. 

This book starts where the first book, The Unknown Mongol, ended. The year is 1998, and Scott "Junior" Ereckson, the national president of the Mongols Motorcycle Club, has been convicted of assault with a deadly weapon. Because he's an ex-felon and it’s his second strike, he's been sentenced to 14 years in state prison. 

Follow Junior as the unforgiving steel doors of freedom slam behind him. Go with him on this wild ride to hell and back. Experience the ins and outs of Los Angeles County Jail, "the closest place to hell on Earth", then on to California state prison. Hold on tight as you share the happiness, sadness, and relationships in this unbelievable but true, gripping expedition of one man’s life.

©2018 Scott "Junior" Ereckson (P)2019 Scott "Junior" Ereckson

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great read

This was just as good if not better than the first book. I am a Motorcycle Club enthusiast and found a few Mongols I talked to when I worked at the Casino in Shawnee, Ok. I had read Billy Queens book before ever reading any of the Unknown Mongol books and now I'm glad it's putting the true story all together from everything.

Great book, Great story. I love them both.

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Amazing sequel

This book is nothing short of what I knew it would be coming from Junior Ereckson. I loved the first book and this book follows suite accordingly. He covers all the things I hoped he would, and more after the end of the first unknown mongol. I could go on and on, but I will simply say, I’d be proud to just shake that man’s hand. Truly a solid 1%er.

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good biker/ jail book

very exciting book about bikers and criminals. educational about the bikers and correctional facility rules. I hope there is a number 3 book.

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IM A SUSTAINER! MONGOLS MC

my favorite book
my fav author
i read A LOT
.every 3 or 4 or 5 months i get the MONGOL itch..i come back n read both of theae books! ive read unkown mongol 10 times... amd part 2 4 or 5 times. the dide can fucking write! much lobe to jr n his brothers! bangor maine here!

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Great Audiobook

I enjoyed the first book as well as this one. Get them both. You'll be glad you did!

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never wrote one before

( my grandfather and father figure) gave me your first book and told me to read it.
it changed my life Jr...I hope to run Into an "Unknown Mongol" on the streets of Utah some day. Until then, I hope the club keeps fighting for the right to your patch.

much love and respect.
A-Town a unknown biker

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Just as good as book #1

Felt like I was along for the ride and with Jr! Focused mostly when he was incarcerated. Great listen while commuting to work.

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Wow!

Junior, thank you for sharing your story with us. I listened to both parts of the Unknown Mongol and it was great! I have to admit, I knew I was naive to some things in life but I didn’t realize how naive. You not only provided me with a great story that sent me through so many emotions, but you educated me on many things in a world I knew nothing about. Congratulations on putting golf sized pencil to yellow legal paper and doing what so many others have not been able to do successfully, tell your story. I hope you, your parents, your brothers, and Lisa and Trucker are all doing well!
XO

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Rowdy and Real. Like a punch in the face!

The book itself is incredible. The narrator with his ability to create feelings of rage, intrigue, anxiety and dispare made me feel as if I were there or it was happening to me. Nice work brother.

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incredible

this may have even been better than the first book. this is an insane story.

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  • 05-12-21

so bad

Seems to me this guy can get angry at a bowl of soup.. The first book was alright but this one is terrible. Didn't even finish it.

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  • nigel screen
  • 10-04-20

Decent not great

Was ok but not much action in it. Narrator was good for the mAin part

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  • Peter
  • 05-06-20

Great follow on story and well narrated

since listening to The Unknown Mongol some time ago, I have often wondered what happened to Junior during prison and his life after.

randomly searching his name, hoping another book would be out and I find this!

A brilliant follow up story which is written very well and narrated well too. The narrator is different to the one in Unknown Mongol (which I listened to again before listening to Unknowm Mongol 2) and it took me a while to get used to a new voice BUT the narrator used for this book suited it very well. Almost making you feel that as Junior matured going through life, the voice represented that maturity and want to become a better person and Mongol. It suited the book perfectly.

Overall an amazing audio book and well worth the wait since the first. I highly recommend giving both Juniors books a listen. I hope for there to be a 3rd in the future. 👍

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 03-22-20

Awesome

Accidentally came across the unknown Mongol great first book and then saw unknown mongol 2 was out 👍🏻👍🏻 awesome books.

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  • jason
  • 09-22-19

Excellent

Excellent listen ... couldn’t stop listening to it from start to finish and look forward to The Unknown Mongol 3 ...