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Born to Bleed: A Thriller Paperback – Apr 15 2011


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  • Paperback: 184 pages
  • Publisher: Coscom Entertainment (April 15 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1926712773
  • ISBN-13: 978-1926712772
  • Product Dimensions: 15.2 x 1.1 x 22.9 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 272 g

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
A bleeding heart is of no help to anyone if it bleeds to death. - Frederick Buechner Oct. 1 2013
By Cheryl Stout - Published on Amazon.com
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I enjoyed "Born to Bleed" but it had nowhere near the devastating impact that The Summer I Died (The Roger Huntington Saga, Book 1) had on me.

"Born to Bleed" is well worth reading, don't get me wrong. Roger is back and he has to be the unluckiest guy in creation. After the terrible, gruesome things that happened in book one, he finds himself and others in another life-threatening no-holds-barred situation.

But while "The Summer I Died" felt all too real, this time around felt like a story. A good story but a story.

I understand there is to be a Book 3 in the Roger Huntington saga and I will read it. I just hope it is more like "The Summer I Died." Brutal, shocking, realistic but with humor and another protagonist for Roger to play opposite. Hope that makes sense.
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Born To Bleed March 29 2012
By R. Moschgat - Published on Amazon.com
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"Born the Bleed", takes place 10 years after "The Summer I Died".

The main character Roger has since moved to California and now paints for a living.
Setting out to start his latest piece of art soon turns into yet another nightmare.
The girl he has a crush on and her fiance are kidnapped and Roger sets out to rescue them. Little does he know that things will soon spiral out of control and he will once again find himself in another violent and bloody situation.

"Born To Bleed" was a quick, yet exciting read. The violence has been toned down some from the first book but there are still some pretty messed up things going on.
I can't wait to see where Ryan takes Roger next. Here's to hoping we don't have to wait too long to find out!
Amazing sequel Aug. 26 2014
By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
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Just wow, I would love a peek into Ryan Thomas's imagination.
I thought this might be a little like TSID and while it's terrifying and gory, it's its own story.
Its been 10 yrs since Roger's time in the Skinny Man's basement. He's moved to California where he sells paintings out of a gallery and crushes on Victoria, a gallery employee. When he suspects Victoria and her boyfriend Gabe have been kidnapped it takes him on a horrifying and sometimes it seems supernatural journey. With no help from the local cops and Tooth and Skinny Man talking in his head he does he damnest to find them.
How it played out was so unexpected. I don't think I would have imagined that ever. My only problem is the last chapter when he's speaking about Victoria, all I could think was why? What that man tells him makes total sense because I kept thinking he's got to be one of the luckiest people in a situation like this.
This is one of the greatest sequels I've read and I hope the next one holds up to the standards I'm setting for it. While this could possibly be read alone I really recommend reading first. Its helps to clarify some references made in this one.
I see the potential now Dec 11 2014
By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
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When I first read the first book I was blown away. The novel could have easily been a single book and not turned into a series. I wondered how the first book could possibly be followed by a second. Does Roger run into serial killers and sadists just on a whim? I almost stopped reading because of this absurd concept. However, I actually grew to like Roger more in this book. His character was more developed and interesting. The ending clarified the concept and I can now see the series thing working.
Like others before me have noted, the first book was much better. This book is definitely worth reading because of the new Roger and his possibilities.
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
I did enjoy this sequel! Sept. 24 2013
By Brenda Seaberg - Published on Amazon.com
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I've actually been done with this book for a few days, but was taking time to ponder it before writing this review. I did enjoy the first one, The Summer I Died, better than this one, but mostly because I found the pace in it to be much faster from the start. However this one certainly has its merits as well. Again, there is plenty of gore. And it ties in some strange happenings from the first book, giving a better understanding of it.

Would I recommend it? Yes! If you've read The Summer I Died, you should read it. If you haven't read that one yet, I would encourage you to begin there. And apparently there is yet another in the series to be published, for which I am certainly going to be watching.

Be aware that I was about 25% into the book before things really began rocking and rolling in this one, but as they start, it's like a snowball down a hill, going faster and faster until it finally crashes. I am anxious to obtain the next one in the series!


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