Author Skilz’s new book “Come Right or Get Left” is a gripping story of two friends who, once reunited, start working to race the streets.

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Skilz has completed his new book “Come Right or Get Left”: a haunting story of a quest for power and the dangers that come with it.

Published by Page Publishing, Skilz’s thrilling tale follows Tone and Roblow, two friends once separated by the system but who promised to take power in the streets when reunited. Together again they do just that and form All ‘Bout Money to do it. With the help of some friends, Tone and Roblow do their best to claim the streets, but the enemies begin to pursue them and their game becomes harder than they ever imagined.

Weaving an intricate plot with surprises around every corner, the larger-than-life characters of Skilz must navigate the dangerous streets they attempt to claim as rivals from all sides begin to threaten them. Will Tone and Roblow manage to reach the top and fulfill their dreams, or will it all come crashing down on them all at once?

Readers interested in discovering this fascinating work can purchase “Come Right or Get Left” in bookstores around the world, or online at Apple’s iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.

For more information or media requests, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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