I was nine years old the first time I hit my father and made him bleed. He was proud.
It's now five years after his father's death, and fourteen-year-old George is the man of the family. He knows all too well how brutal the life of a fighter can be. Didn't it kill his father?
But Monty, George's younger brother, has a completely different attitude. Boxing comes naturally to him. It's in his blood. He thinks of it as his father's legacy.
Unless George figures out a way to stop it, will boxing kill Monty, too?
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Review: Shadow BoxerUser Review - Joseph Cumberworth - Goodreads
Boxing is the family sport. After their father's death, George and Monty have to live life with a single mother. George doesn't want boxing to be part of the family anymore, but Monty wants to be a ... Read full review
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It was a very good book. Read full review
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