EFL by Jeff Zato

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Your future’s on the line, what would you do: play by the rules and lose to others that are cheating or join the cheaters and try to win?

When mainstream sports are corrupted by the insidious scourge of performance enhancing drugs, allowing marginal athletes and those well past their prime to compete on an uneven playing field against those trying to take an honest shot, there is but one logical solution. A new league, one that not only condones PEDs but requires them, one where the better the drug, the better the player, where the athlete is not the star but instead the chemist gets the fame, the money, the glory, the groupies, where it doesn’t matter if you swallow it, shoot it, snort it – if it makes you better you just do it.

Welcome to the Enhanced Football League. EFL is the story of two athletic brothers, Jack and Mack, who take divergent paths through this new world of hall-of-fame chemists, freak players, rogue corporations, and bad dudes, navigating it with an eclectic band of family and friends, leading to love, loss and eventual redemption. Their motivation is simple - a concept as simple as family, but when that family includes their battered and bloody brothers on the front line the choices they make can sometimes be muddy.

At its core EFL is a love story – love of those close to you, love of competition, love of winning, love of the adrenaline spike that comes from pitting your body, heart and soul against another man trying to take it all away.

AUTHOR DISCLAIMER: You hereby acknowledge the risk that once you’ve experienced the EFL other sports may no longer be exciting enough for you.
 

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Published October 28, 2012 158 pages
Genres: Sports & Outdoors, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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