Ashes and Asphalt is a fantastic story, a road trip journey and a bit of a redemption and coming to terms for two brothers. Perhaps just a bit of growing up, learning your family and getting back to your true north and what makes up your character. Trevor Halloway easily brings a character driven story to life with really fun, unique individuals, with a strong feel and tone of being on the road and some of the codes of being a biker and riding. Everything flows naturally and many of the antics the brothers deal with and come across, grow and develop organically and many times with a lot of humor. Kyle is funny, a bit, bad pun funny, but most of the time just funny. That said, ya don’t ask questions when someone tells you they aren’t gonna kill you, so it’s nice to see Mike has his back. Great story about two brothers learning to reconnect and perhaps, move forward if they can survive their road trip.
That said, ya don’t ask questions when someone tells you they aren’t gonna kill you…
Bill Byrne is dead and his last request is for his estranged sons, Mike and Kyle, to bring his ashes to the Sturgis Rally in South Dakota. They have five days to travel two thousand miles and if they survive a renegade biker from New Orleans, three carjacking lunatics, and the police, they'll be home free...unless they kill one another first.