This story is amazing. What's more amazing is it's not just a story it's someone's real life. Adam Brown's story is truly inspiring and he is a true hero. I appreciated hearing what the other SEAL's experience with Adam. I enjoyed reading about his life not just through his family's eyes but also his co-workers, friends and superiors. There is definitely a common theme from all of them. Adam never quit and believed he could do anything. It's hard to believe all he accomplished with one eye and learning to be left handed. Reading this book has given me even more appreciation for our military and how their sacrifices allow us to keep our freedom. I've read a couple of books now that are true stories of men fighting in this war on terror and in all of them I've seen the common theme of evil. They are fighting against evil and I am thankful for them and their courageous acts. I am thankful that I was privileged to read this book and may God bless his family and those who are still fighting.
I received this book free from Waterbrook Multnomah in exchange for my review.