"Paul O'Brien has done it again! But this time, he's done it even better. With sharply drawn characters that any wrestling fan will feel like they know, and non-fans will wish they did, O'Brien's second journey into the world of 1970's territorial wrestling depends less on wrestling action, and more on the surreal scenarios that his cast of wrestling misfits - noble and seedy, loyal and cut-throat, confident and desperate - provide him. Give it a try, and see if the name Shane "Sugarstick" Montrose doesn't stay with you for a while. A must-read for any wrestling fan, and a should-read for any adventurous fan of crime-fiction."
- WWE Hall of Famer, Mick Foley
WWE Superstar William Regal
"Having read both installments of Paul's books about my profession I'm firstly in such awe of the research that has gone into them, (and which grassing get has given him far to many inside details.) Coming from a time when protecting the business was drummed into me, so knowing how this time period was operated, I was fascinated by the tales. Gripping stories, great characters and villains. I love these books. My cup of tea with two sugars."
- WWE Superstar, William Regal
IWGP Champion Prince Fergal Devitt
"Loved it! The inside knowledge on the wrestling business is amazing. Bring on Volume 2 baby!"