Tuesday, July 3, 2012
My Review of Redemption
Written by: Bryan Clay with Joel Kilpatrick
Published by: Thomas Nelson
I must admit something, I had never heard of Bryan Clay before I discovered this book. I decided to read Redemption because I enjoy reading autobiographies, and it sounded like it had an interesting story.
Bryan Clay had a hard childhood, complete with anger problems of his own. This man, a decathlete, went on to compete in the Olympics, and even, win gold.
Who the book is for:
Sports fans, those who enjoy autobiographies, adults and teens.
What I liked:
Bryan’s story is interesting, and written in a way that kept me pretty well interested throughout the book.
Bryan isn’t ashamed to share about his faith and what it means to him.
What I didn’t like:
One small thing, I wish that there were descriptions by the pictures that are in the book.
This is a good read, and I recommend it if you enjoy autobiographies like I do.
I give Redemption 5 out of 5 stars.
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