It’s Only Pain

It’s Only Pain

£9.99

A truly gripping, often funny, extremely violent story of naivety, family differences, Special Forces operations and Guerrilla warfare. All of the events in this book are based on the true experiences of Andy Hopwood. Download excerpt »

This book can also be purchased in a Kindle edition on amazon.

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Bravery and stupidity are regular bedfellows – pain is the natural child of that relationship…

It’s Only Pain is a truly gripping, often funny, extremely violent story of naivety, friendship, family differences, Special Forces operations and guerrilla warfare. All of the events in this book are based on true experiences.

At the age of seventeen, after a childhood of being trained in various martial arts, Andy Hopwood is invited to travel overseas to join a military combat school; despite the wishes of his family he accepts the invitation – this experience leads him to great friendships, incredible adventures and causes him to be subjected to many violent confrontations and conflict situations, witnessing the deaths of many friends along the way.

This is the story of a young man’s journey from ‘indestructible’ to ‘completely broken’…

This book can also be purchased in Kindle edition on amazon.

3 reviews for It’s Only Pain

  1. “Andy Hopwood’s raw, visceral and yet touchingly human account of his journey from karate kid to cold blooded killer makes for compelling reading. His insight into the murky world of how he became a mercenary and the chilling toll that it took on both him and his companions, shines a light on a shadowy side of human nature that has rarely been better illuminated.”

  2. “A powerfully emotive story that blew me away! I had to keep reminding myself that this is not fiction; it all really happened. The book is a superb mix of violence, comedy and raw human emotion that will leave you awe-struck.”

  3. “Based on true events this is a great read – sometimes scary, sometimes unbelievable – but so compulsive that it makes you want to read it in one go. I did.”

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