Written by: Donald Driver
Published by: Three Rivers Press
I am not a huge football fan, but I do root for the Green Bay Packers, and I do enjoy reading memoir type books. So, I chose to read and review Driven when I was given the opportunity.
This book tells the story of Donald Driver, an NFL receiver. This book shares how Driver went from selling drugs to becoming a football hero.
Who the book is for:
Packer fans. Those who love Donald Driver.
What I liked:
The story of Donald Driver’s life is interesting.
Open and honest.
What I didn’t like:
There are a couple of areas in the book where Donald Driver shares about his beliefs on controversial subjects – family planning and the gay/lesbian lifestyle – where I had to disagree with the guy.
Wasn’t as “Christian” as I expected it to be.
Driver comes across as a bit arrogant throughout the book.
Overall, this was an okay read.
I give Driven 3 out of 5 stars.
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