Monday, December 22, 2014

The Last Prizefighter by James Classi Blog tour!

On a 20X20 boxing ring in the belly of Madison Square Garden, Tommy Farrow defends his title for the WBO championship belt against Jeffrey Johnson. Near the end of the 10th round, a solid left hook to Farrow's head drops him to the canvas, killing him instantly. Thus begins an adventure into hell and a race against the clock.
Farrow must rescue the soul of a writer who dies only seconds before him. The writer, Robert Scalia, has been hijacked by demons through a passage into purgatory called the Hellmouth.
In the future, Scalia is supposed to write a tell-all book that will prevent a madman from becoming the President of the United States...a madman that will eventually cause a nuclear war.
If Farrow can rescue Scalia from hell, he and the writer will be put back into their bodies at their times of death and be allowed to give life another shot; but if he fails...the world as we know it will end.
The timer is set. Get ready to rock.


(Just so you know, I'm a PA for James Classi)

The writing of The Last Prizefighter was very good! The emotional states were all easily understood by readers and they made the characters seem real.

The writing would get you to an interesting bit and then slow down to familiarize you with the characters. I enjoyed that kind of writing. 

The Last Prizefighter was different from my usual books and maybe that's what I enjoyed about it. It's not really a romance, instead a horror/paranormal novel. The plot line was interesting and I loved seeing the characters go through everything, get attached and what not.

The Last Prizefighter was an interesting read, one different from anything else I've read.


More About James Classi
James Classi has been writing since the age of 16. He lives on Long Island with his wife, children and 2 dogs. James has worked in Law enforcement for the last 8 years. His interests include photography, old rock music, and the Civil War, and playing the acoustic guitar.
His first published a collection of short fiction titled "Nine Lives" was released 2 years ago. Each story in the volume has been liked to an episode of Tales from the crypt.
In his new novel, The last Prizefighter, James takes you to hell and a race against the clock.
He is currently at work on a second volume of short stories and a new novel.
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