The Big Time - Tim Green

The Big Time

By Tim Green

  • Release Date - Published: 2010-08-24
  • Book Genre: Family & Relationships
  • Author: Tim Green
Our rating: 5/5 stars

4.5 Score: 4.5 (From 155 Ratings)

The Big Time Tim Green read online review & book description:

Things couldn't be going better for Troy White. The Atlanta Falcons' football genius is at the top of his game, helping the team get to the playoffs. Agents and lawyers are knocking on his door with big-money offers for the upcoming season. And his own football team has just won the Georgia State Championship! Troy's celebrating with his friends at linebacker Seth Halloway's mansion when another lawyer comes knocking—and he says, "I think I'm your father."

In that instant, Troy's life is changed.

Powerfully charged from start to finish, this is an amazing portrayal of Troy's struggle to make his lifetime dreams of being with his father come true. Filled with page-turning excitement as a high-stakes deal increases the clash of family tension, The Big Time is an unforgettable experience.

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  • The big time

    By Capitol Offense
    It is a great book
  • amazing

    By mad2369
    please make another one I love them!!!!
  • awesome

    By d,dog
  • Awesome

    By Rocky221
    It was the best book ever! Any kid who's read football genius and football champ would love this book! It was definitely the best book ever! All you kids who love sports, READ THIS BOOK!!!!!!!!!!
  • Great book

    By Hammer155
    I love The Big Time it's so awesome just get it

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