Blood Father

Blood Father NOW A MAJOR MOTION PICTUREA gripping novel about a young woman being chased by her violent past and the flawed father forced to come to her rescueLydia Carson is an accident waiting to happen Strung

  • Title: Blood Father
  • Author: Peter Craig
  • ISBN: 9780786888559
  • Page: 361
  • Format: Paperback
  • NOW A MAJOR MOTION PICTUREA gripping novel about a young woman being chased by her violent past, and the flawed father forced to come to her rescueLydia Carson is an accident waiting to happen Strung out, she s always running from disaster, and often she s running right into it Now at seventeen, Lydia has stumbled onto real trouble Not only has she witnessed a brutNOW A MAJOR MOTION PICTUREA gripping novel about a young woman being chased by her violent past, and the flawed father forced to come to her rescueLydia Carson is an accident waiting to happen Strung out, she s always running from disaster, and often she s running right into it Now at seventeen, Lydia has stumbled onto real trouble Not only has she witnessed a brutal murder perpetrated by her boyfriend, but his minions are out to make sure that she doesn t have a story to tell the police.John Link is a former Hell s Angel, an ex con, trying to stay clean and sober while running a tattoo parlor from the kitchen of his trailer home He s also Lydia s long estranged father, and when both the police and her boyfriend s thugs are hot on Lydia s trail, Link becomes Lydia s only hope.From the highly acclaimed author of Hot Plastic, Blood Father is a gripping novel that confirms Peter Craig s place among the best crime novelists of his generation.

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    About “Peter Craig”

    1. Peter Craig

      Peter Craig is an American novelist and screenwriter Craig grew up in Southern California and Oregon He is the son of actress Sally Field and Steve Craig He has two daughters from his first marriage, to poet and food writer Amy Scattergood He was remarried in 2008 to Jennifer DeFrancisco, with whom he has a son Craig s first novel, The Martini Shot, published in 1998, chronicles has been action film star Charlie West s troubled relationship with his two children His second novel, Hot Plastic, published in 2004, portrays the complex relationship between credit card con artist Jerry Swift and his genius son, both of whom are attracted to the same woman His most recent novel, Blood Father, published in 2005, tells of aging biker John Link and his teenage daughter, caught up in a drug bust gone wrong.As a screenwriter, Craig has written the Warner Bros picture The Town with Ben Affleck and Aaron Stockard He adapted the screenplays for The Hunger Games Mockingjay Part 1 and The Hunger Games Mockingjay Part 2 with Danny Strong.

    300 thoughts on “Blood Father”

    1. Antes de ver la película me propuse leer la novela. Ahora ya he hecho las dos cosas, y aunque parezca raro, me quedo con la película, donde creo que se refleja mejor el lirismo de la relación entre un padre exconvicto, (ex miembro de “Los ángeles del infierno”), que intenta mantenerse sobrio y ganarse la vida haciendo tatuajes, y su hija, a la que hace tiempo que no ve, y que acude a él en busca de ayuda cuando se ve perseguida por los miembros de la banda de su novio, tras haber cometi [...]


    2. Why didn't I review this before? I recently bought the blu ray adaptation and as I rewatched it my thoughts drifted back to how freaking awesome this story really is! I am a huge fan of Mad Mel and when I seen this movie was coming out I called my library and had them put a search out for this one. I have since I was a kid thought Mel Gibson was the modern day John Wayne, someone I always looked up to, and yes even with his transgressions laid out for the world to see I still admire the man! As [...]


    3. I loved this book, it had me completely sucked in. I loved the character relationships, I loved the developments and I was absolutely hooked in the entire time. This was a great story I highly recommend. Seldom do I come across books that keep me engaged through the entire book.


    4. Oh my God, why did it take over half this novel to get out of the backstory and into the actual story? This felt like two separate ideas for a novel that Peter Craig decided to splice together even though the on-the-run plot is sooo much more interesting than how the daughter got caught up with the cartel.Watch the movie, basically.


    5. This was my first Peter Craig and it will absolutely not be my last. The blurb was not all that enticing but my brother read it and didn't hate it so what the heck. From the first pages to the last, the story and its telling grabbed me and would not let go. The characters are as flawed as you are going to find and yet, many are more sympathetic than most and interesting. It was one of the most unusual stories I've read in a long time and one of the best.


    6. So, there's this reformed bad guy named Link. After many years in a motorcycle gang and a stint in prison, he has settled down near the Salton Sea. He has a small tattoo parlor - nothing fancy, but he gets by. I was roped into Link right from the start.Sadly, it goes to crap.Enter Link's complete fuckup of a daughter, Lydia. He hasn't seen her since she was 6 years old, or possibly 11. At the ripe age of 18 (or maybe 17?), she's already a runaway, a cokehead, a thief, drug runner, and a grifter [...]


    7. Good story chock full of generally repellent characters - the angry, alcoholic, murdering, racist ex-Hell's Angel truly is the "good guy" of this story, soobvious choice for a Mel Gibson comeback movie, right? And in fact, I really liked the movie. Gibson does a great job with the character of John Link, although the movie's short - only 88 minutes - and so leaves out a lot of detail from the book, which is both good and bad: good that it leaves out a lot of Lydia's overlong backstory, but bad i [...]



    8. Fast read. The relationship between the Link and his daughter was well done. Ending was just OK. Time to see what Mel Gibson has to say about this!


    9. MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS.Jacket sounded interesting. Book turned out not to be my cup of tea -- I'm not into drug action, biker gang stuff. But it was better than I expected. You start reading and think it's going to be all about the teen-age girl who gets into trouble -- in the end you see the title is apt -- it's more about her biker dad, who sacrifices his life to save the daughter.Even though thee dad was largely absentee (the mom and he didn't get along, broke up early, then he went away to pri [...]



    10. OkIt could have been better. When Craig talks about the Mexican maffiza it ankc the authenticity of much of the nivel


    11. Engrossing throughout, this story takes you on an emotional roller coaster as the father and daughter at the center of the novel struggle to make their own identity and get to know each other, all while on the run from relentless drug dealers. This book gets off to a fast pace, slows down, and never quite picks up the same pace. Although the growth of the characters and building suspense are worth the fluctuating pace. At times it reads like a screenplay and could make an interesting movie.


    12. Who!! What a roller coaster ride! Good book, but I think it'd be hard to read if you knew someone, esp. a teen, with a substance problem. I didn't really like the ending, until I got to the epilouge.


    13. If there is a lesson to be learned, from this book, its to not be a absent father from your children. One day they could end up being meth headed prostitutes running from a Mexican cartel only to call you. Very interesting read. I will probably find the authors other book and read that as well.


    14. A fun and serviceable action thriller novel, nothing really special, but I would recommend this and the movie as well, there both pretty good


    15. It grabbed me immediately. Maybe it's because I'm a big fan of Breaking Bad, but I loved this book. The author really nailed the character of Lydia. A teenaged druggie with dangerous friends.


    16. It's all motorcycles, severed fingers + AA meetings. Like NIGHT OF THE IGUANA meets THE GOOD, THE BAD, AND THE UGLY.


    17. Macho nonsense and yeta little depth and a very nice reversal of some expected stereotypes.er than average pulp fiction


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