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Monday, August 22, 2016
Review of "XL7"
Xavier Lysten's life changed in eighth grade, his Dad left his Mom and their five kids, he started playing football and he started drinking. During his first drunk, Xavier's football coach saw him riding his bike and stopped to give him a ride home. His Mom promptly told Xavier that he was off the team, but the kid had talent for the game and later would excel at it. He grew up with the potential to be a champion, but his drinking got in the way and didn't stop until he killed someone. A prison sentence forced Xavier to change his life and live up to his true potential. Luther Guin, a first-time author presents a crisp fictional story written as a first person biography in contemporary style with a clear, bold voice. 5 Stars