counter create hit American Brothers: Smugglers, Seekers, Lovers and Bad Guys - Download Free eBook
Hot Best Seller

American Brothers: Smugglers, Seekers, Lovers and Bad Guys

Availability: Ready to download

It was San Francisco, in the late 60's and early 70's, when music, drugs, and brotherly love flowed freely. Three young renegades -- an older brother, a second born, and an older friend -- link up. These young seekers embrace brotherhood at a time when 30 million Americans are testing the same waters. Making money, turning on, tuning in, and damning the system run strong a It was San Francisco, in the late 60's and early 70's, when music, drugs, and brotherly love flowed freely. Three young renegades -- an older brother, a second born, and an older friend -- link up. These young seekers embrace brotherhood at a time when 30 million Americans are testing the same waters. Making money, turning on, tuning in, and damning the system run strong at their core. Mexico is the land of plenty for marijuana and the renegades seize on this opportunity, bringing contraband over the border hidden in the floorboards of their contact's truck. With experience and success the operation grows, until they have their own planes, pilots and landing strip. But along the way disaster strikes -- again and again. The brothers must contend with the law, their spurious adversaries who attempt to derail them, and driving emotional forces that control and guide their fragile psyches toward self-destruction. A final and gripping catastrophe lands them in a Mexican jail. Faced with a long jail sentence the author has one saving grace: the love of a young woman who came into his life shortly before his ruin. Through her he is inspired to gain back lost freedoms and to draw strength from the priceless wisdom gained during the four-year journey. But the story doesn't end there . . . Survival depends, once again, on overcoming immense odds. He and his fellow captives must band together and embrace brotherhood as never before. American Brothers is a memoir that captures an enduring slice of Americana and reads like an action-packed novel...


Compare

It was San Francisco, in the late 60's and early 70's, when music, drugs, and brotherly love flowed freely. Three young renegades -- an older brother, a second born, and an older friend -- link up. These young seekers embrace brotherhood at a time when 30 million Americans are testing the same waters. Making money, turning on, tuning in, and damning the system run strong a It was San Francisco, in the late 60's and early 70's, when music, drugs, and brotherly love flowed freely. Three young renegades -- an older brother, a second born, and an older friend -- link up. These young seekers embrace brotherhood at a time when 30 million Americans are testing the same waters. Making money, turning on, tuning in, and damning the system run strong at their core. Mexico is the land of plenty for marijuana and the renegades seize on this opportunity, bringing contraband over the border hidden in the floorboards of their contact's truck. With experience and success the operation grows, until they have their own planes, pilots and landing strip. But along the way disaster strikes -- again and again. The brothers must contend with the law, their spurious adversaries who attempt to derail them, and driving emotional forces that control and guide their fragile psyches toward self-destruction. A final and gripping catastrophe lands them in a Mexican jail. Faced with a long jail sentence the author has one saving grace: the love of a young woman who came into his life shortly before his ruin. Through her he is inspired to gain back lost freedoms and to draw strength from the priceless wisdom gained during the four-year journey. But the story doesn't end there . . . Survival depends, once again, on overcoming immense odds. He and his fellow captives must band together and embrace brotherhood as never before. American Brothers is a memoir that captures an enduring slice of Americana and reads like an action-packed novel...

0 review for American Brothers: Smugglers, Seekers, Lovers and Bad Guys

Add a review

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Loading...
We use cookies to give you the best online experience. By using our website you agree to our use of cookies in accordance with our cookie policy.