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Red Zone

by Mike Lupica

Red Zone by Mike Lupica
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  • First Published:
    Oct 2003, 352 pages
    Paperback:
    Oct 2004, 368 pages

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Matt (10/11/07)

An Excellent Book.
I thought that this was the best book I have ever read. It was very hilarious and suspenseful. Mike Lupica did an excellent job keeping you on the edge of your seat and making sure you stayed there. This book had an interesting blend of serious situations that could take place in the real world and witty wisecracks to go along with it. Mike Lupica also did a very extraordinary job at making his characters seem lifelike with their own colorful and varied personalities. Mike Lupica did an excellent job at developing the plot so you never knew what was going to happen next. This is a must read.
viet (10/30/04)

it was exciting
Bob Barker (05/12/04)

The book was awesome. His wit and parody of the NFL was hilarious. I can't wait for him to write more.
john (11/18/03)

this book was horrible. I wanted to drive off a cliff afterward because I actually spent money on this worthless book.
Jason King (11/14/03)

Absolutely Terrible book. Waste of money and time would not recommend to anyone!!!!!
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