The Last Street Fighter

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AuthorHouse, 2002 - Religion - 260 pages
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Walk in the perilous shoes of a young street fighter who gets sucked into the whirlpool of gang violence at a time in history when fist fighting between youthful factions ends and the shooting begins. Caught up into the "sex, drugs, and rock and roll" culture, Wayne Normis, is singled out by three gangs and a drug dealer for destruction. As his life spirals out of control, Wayne is in a life and death struggle for survival, a battle he seems destined to lose. Through prayer, the grace of GOD, and multiple close calls he survived to share his testimony today.'A gut-wrenching, heart-pounding, insightful book. This in-your-face autobiography rips through the streets, depicting fights, death, fear and survival against odds many did not survive'difficult to put down because Normis spins a great story.' ?The Oakland Tribune feature book review. Recommended and endorsed by Chuck Norris and members of his family. ? ?One of the rare books that is very captivating on such serious topics. The writing is from the heart; once you start, it is difficult to put down. Stays with the reader long after the last page. Transcends all ages and social groups.' ?Premier Ecumenical Christian ?The Last Street Fighteris the best gangster comes to Jesus testimonial since The Cross and the Switchblade. Recommended and endorsed.' ?Steve Nawojczyk, nationally recognized gang researcher and educator; featured in HBO's documentary, ?Banging in Little Rock'. ?A must read for youth and any, regardless of age. A compelling and powerful story.' ?Teens for Jesus @

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