Published: April 2015
Marshall ruled high school football. One unforgivable shot ended his career and devastated the lives of those around him. Now, the events of September 11 provide a chance for redemption.
Marshall’s journey takes him to the Pakistan-Afghan border region with an old friend and a nemesis from his high school playing days. Will he find peace in his journey to track down the world’s most wanted terrorist? At the same time, those whose lives he shattered renew their quest for answers and to pick up the pieces to move on.
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All American is a really good book, it starts off a little slow but it speeds up really quickly and when you get to the climax there is not putting it down. One thing that made this book so riveting was the twists and turns, I in no way expected what happened... I really only have one other complaint, this might just be me but toward the middle of the book we start meeting a lot of new characters and learning their back stories, which is really nice, except I started losing track of all the new people but other that I really can't find much more to complain about. This author really deserves more attention his writing is really fluid and leaves you on the hook. (This book is why I have had a lack of sleep lately, I will be catching up on that later.) *yawns* Someday.... All American was really well written, I recommend this book to anyone who has an interest in historical-ficton or war. All American is really real and doesn't hide the truth, it delves into the backstories of many criminals, and discusses topics such as murder and war, I recommend it for age thirteen and plus.
**WARNING THIS MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS**
Q&A with the Author: Dominic Perrone