It’s safe to say that Ken Pisani’s protagonist in “Amp’d” is not your typical hero—and if Aaron were an actual person, he’d most likely offer up some kind of toxic retort to the label if you tried to apply it. He’s not that kind of guy.
Aaron, now living with his retired father in his childhood home in Paris, Illinois, is in fact an Olympic-caliber sulker, having lost an arm in an auto accident. Forced into a living arrangement that puts him in the attic, he spends the vast majority of his time … you can read the entire review here.
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