2 edition of Tough guy found in the catalog.
James L. Neibaur
|Statement||by James L. Neibaur.|
|LC Classifications||PN1995.9.M46 N45 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 224 p. :|
|Number of Pages||224|
|LC Control Number||88027309|
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* stars* Tough Guy is a very different book from Heated Rivalry, which was one of my favorite books of It's a more angsty story, a lot weightier, and though I enjoyed it, I didn't adore it like the second in the series. I loved the fact that we get a confident, femme MC.
I'm always into books with MCs who play with gender and blur the lines, and so Fabian was a real pleasure to /5. Tough Guy Book Club, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. K likes. Don't judge a book by its ers: K. The book Tough Guy: My Life on the Edge was a very interesting book.
I enjoyed reading about Bob Probert and his struggles and obstacles in life that he had to overcome. I really enjoyed reading this book because it showed how hard the path to the NHL is.
The genre of this book was an autobiography because Bob Probert wrote it himself/5. Tough Guy is a gripping journey through the life of Bob Probert, with jaw-dropping stories of his on-ice battles and his reckless encounters with drugs, alcohol, police, customs officials, courts, and the NHL, told in his own voice and with his rich sense of : Triumph Books.