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Author House, Dec 28, 2009 - Biography & Autobiography - 132 pages
Enter the shady and exciting world of New York City nightlife. Starting from the year, 1999, "Bounce" depicts the true events in the lifeof a seventeen year old bouncer, who is introduced to an adult world of sex, money, and violence. The narrator recollects vivid encounters with mobsters, celebrities, and women, who all contribute to his adolescent euphoria. Everything is like a all comes crashing down! Then, his close female friend helps him mature and pick up the shattered pieces of his questionable future in a romantic twist!

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The transition from adolescence to adulthood was wild as well as educational for Eddie. From the ages of 17 to 26, he was a Bouncer. He had worked at a strip-club; he had been the personal security for famous celebrities and witnessed their weird and sometimes, inappropriate behavior off camera. At New York City hotspots like, Marquee, Cain, and Bed, Eddie earned the respect of a mature man at an early age. At least once a week, Eddie would write down these recollections as they played vividly in his mind. In addition to the publicized fights he had participated in and the high-profile celebrities he had mingled with, Eddie also jotted down details about the many women he had dealt with. After leaving this occupation, Eddie moved on to aim for his goals. Although many would disagree, he adamantly believes that being a Bouncer was a stepping-stone for success. But there is nothing like the good-old-days, when he was a kid, doing a lot of mature things.

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