One Hundred One Sucker Punches - Kurt Craven Reviews
Description:ISBN 0873645030 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Kurt Craven / Paperback / 94 Pages / Book is published 1989-12-31 by Paladin Press,U.S.
Newest Review: ... to beware of this person - the implication being: be aware of the easy looking mark, for they may have read this book and be ... more
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by - written on 12/03/10 (Very useful, 17 readings)
This isn't normally the sort of book I would read, however it came in a 'lucky dip' box of books I bought on ebid, so I thought I would give it a whirl. This is essentially a self-defence book. It has a sense of humour! At the beginning there is a line drawing of a weedy, geeky looking man, pointing out all the physical traits of this type of person. Opposite, there is an accompanying paragraph, warning bullies and muggers to beware of this person - the implication being: be aware of the easy looking mark, for they may have read this book and be well-ready to deal with you. The chapters are classic sucker punches; bar games and bouncers; boxing and ... Read the complete review
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