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The Diary of Bink Cummings: Vol 1 by Bink Cummings Review

Title: The Diary of Bink Cummings: Vol 1

Author: Bink Cummings

First published November 3, 2014

190 pages, Paperback

ISBN: 9781507563168 (ISBN10: 1507563167)

Rating: 4.31


Meet Eva “Bink” Cummings, the ultimate biker chick. Raised by the Sacred Sinners MC, she knows nothing but leather, booze, club whores, camaraderie, and bikes.

At thirty, she’s still unmarried, childless, and a proud member of the motorcycle club. But life is never easy, especially in the world of bikers.

Bink soon discovers that everything she thought she knew about her family and friends can be turned upside down in an instant. This steamy adult romance is not for the faint of heart, with mature scenarios and plenty of profanity.

Vol 1 is just the beginning of Bink’s wild ride, with Vol 2 coming soon. So buckle up and get ready for a thrilling journey into the heart of the biker world.

For Ages 18+.

Editoral Review

In her debut book, The Diary of Bink Cummings: Vol 1, author Bink Cummings tells the gritty, real-life story of one woman’s journey through the biker world. The book, which was first published on November 3, 2014, is a memoir written in a raw, unfiltered style that blends elements of true crime, romance, and coming-of-age narratives.

The book follows the life of the titular character, Bink Cummings, a young woman who is initiated into the world of motorcycle clubs as a “property” of a biker gang. We follow her as she navigates the dangerous, often violent world of the club, all while trying to maintain her identity and sense of self in a male-dominated world.

Along the way, Cummings must learn to balance her love for the club with her desire for independence and the freedom to make her own choices. The Diary of Bink Cummings: Vol 1 is a work that will appeal to fans of gritty true crime narratives, as well as those interested in motorcycle club culture.

The book is steeped in the language and customs of biker gangs, providing readers with a glimpse into a world that is often shrouded in secrecy and misunderstood by outsiders. Cummings’ writing style is gritty and unflinching, immersing the reader in the world of the club and its members.

The book is filled with vivid descriptions of the violence and danger that accompanies life in a biker gang, making it a harrowing read at times. That said, while the book excels at providing a realistic portrayal of this dangerous world, it is not without its flaws.

The pacing of the narrative can be slow at times, with a number of scenes that feel extraneous or unnecessary. Overall, The Diary of Bink Cummings: Vol 1 is a powerful and compelling read that is well worth the time of anyone interested in the world of biker gangs and crime narratives.

While it is not without its flaws, Cummings’ frank and honest writing provides a window into a world that is often misunderstood, and her deep compassion for her fellow bikers shines through in every page.

Rating: 4 out of 5

Recommended for: Fans of gritty true crime narratives, those interested in motorcycle club culture, and anyone looking for a raw, unfiltered look at life on the fringes of society.