Knuckle - James Quinn McDonagh

Knuckle

By James Quinn McDonagh

  • Release Date: 2012-02-16
  • Genre: Biographies & Memoirs
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Knuckle James Quinn McDonagh Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars

When a simmering family feud between three clans of Irish travellers erupts after one member dies following a pub fight in London, the clans decide to go to war.

Knuckle is the true story of James Quinn McDonagh – clan head and champion bare-knuckle fighter. It’s a journey from his grandfather’s horse-drawn caravan at the side of the road to the country lanes of Ireland where he stood, fists bloodied and bandaged, fighting a clan war that he never asked for.

Two men, two neutral referees, a country lane. No gloves, no biting, no rests. The last man standing wins, takes home the money, and more importantly, the bragging rights.

Caught in a brutal cycle of violence that has left men dead, houses burned and lives destroyed, James tells a story that opens up a hidden world – revealing why history repeats itself, and why he can never go home…

‘A charismatic clan leader’
- New York Times

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