This is the story of Fist, an ex boxer turned workaday Joe family man. He feels lost in his new role and tries to drown his sorrow in drink. One night he comes home drunk and stumbles up to bed. What he sees in the bedroom will change his life forever, and over the course of that night he tries to set right a series of wrongs.
This was an
intensely moving and powerful story. Yes it was dark, and gory but still
enormously moving. My heart went out to Fist for what he felt was a
life wasted. It was a quick read, but there was no quality lost, in fact
it made it more profound for that. The pace was good and I felt I was
walking in Fists shoes with him. This was amazing and extraordinary