Summary

Among members of the outlaw motorcycle clubs, Caesar Campbell is a legend. Former sergeant-at-arms and chief enforcer for the Comancheros, Caesar became the founding member and sergeant-at-arms of the Australian chapter of the Bandidos. He epitomised bikie culture - unbeatable in a fight, brutal in the extreme, fearing no one and nothing, and loyal until death. This is Caesar's story, from his recruitment into the Comancheros, to the savage split within the club that led to the foundation of the Bandidos and the bloody massacre at Milperra that resulted from it. Enforcer is a unique and captivating true-crime story that will shock you with its raw violence, its brutality and its insights into an outlaw world.
©2010 Caesar Campbell (P)2012 Bolinda Publishing Pty Ltd
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5 out of 5 stars
By Neilo on 02-06-16

Best biker book I have read so far

What made the experience of listening to Enforcer the most enjoyable?

Gripping story. Interesting to see a tough biker point of view.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Enforcer?

I enjoyed the whole story. Only negative comment I can make is the voices of the different characters. So many of them sounded whiny and irritating.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

If I had had the time, I would have done it all in one go. I think I did extends some of my cars journeys so I could hear a bit more.

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3 out of 5 stars
By mark on 04-09-13

Repetitive and abrupt ending

Would you recommend this book to a friend? Why or why not?

Yes- good background story No- Repetitive narration and abrupt ending (Book Two?)

What was one of the most memorable moments of Enforcer?

Story content and context

What didn’t you like about Dave Ferguson’s performance?

Lot's of phrase repetition- down to the text, however inflection made it difficult to follow characters

If this book were a film would you go see it?

Would need to be book One & Two not a series

Any additional comments?

Enjoyed it but wouldn't invest in book Two

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3 out of 5 stars
By The Zombie Specialist on 06-02-14

Will I be bashed for this?

What did you like best about Enforcer? What did you like least?

I like the idea of an australian modern history being brought to attention. I also like to hear about the change in the australian bikie culture

If you’ve listened to books by Caesar Campbell and Donna Campbell before, how does this one compare?

no

Did the narration match the pace of the story?

yes, it is simple and very australian. It matched the subject perfectly

Do you think Enforcer needs a follow-up book? Why or why not?

Yes, I would like to hear what has happened to the bikie culture and to the key players of the time. But I suspect it will never happen due to the culture of 'silence'

Any additional comments?

I am reluctant to say this for fear of being punished :-) But I found the whole so called 'family value' of the club scene which the author talks about, so hypocritical and self-serving that it makes it very hard to believe anything the author says!

His self-awareness is evry self serving, so much so it is disturbing! It is no wonder we have so many problems within Australian culture with gangs and if the author's attitudes are a an example of the typical members then things will only get worse.

However in saying all of that, the Qld governments new laws cracking down on the club's is no way to go about reform!

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5 out of 5 stars
By ron on 20-02-14

great book

I liked it. shows how things have changed among todays wanna be bike people. buying a bike and wearing the leather does not make a biker. every town has a bully or guy who thinks he a bad ass. listen to this and you will hear a story of a man. not a bully, not a tuff guy. but a man who's beliefs and his word are what the world is missing today. This book hits a spot with me. I grew up around this life. family members being in one of the big 4. if people in the world lived by a code of honor it would be a better place. give it a read.

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