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There's a moment in this book where Larry Elder explicitly says that his life goal is not to better the world but to be rich. Read morePublished 1 month ago by J. Richard Singleton
I learned so many wisdoms from the book as a mother, daughter, wife, and an American citizen. Now I will send my husband and two sons the books as gifts.Published 2 months ago by Kazuyo Kathy
I was expecting this book to be the same melodramatic victimology that I see just about everywhere. But what an exceptional book to actually see that you don't always understand... Read morePublished 2 months ago by SueP
This is a great book. An honest account of growing up in America- especially growing up in a low- income household. I finished this book in a week.Published 2 months ago by ben benson
The pace of this book holds the readers interest. It not only shows how forgiveness benefits family members but also shows that we often do not really know the people we are... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Richard Bakley
True to Larry's style of speaking. So easy to read, but I didn't want it to end so I chose to read one chapter a day to make it last longer. I loved it. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Pearl
A very heart warming story of family dynamics, forgiveness, and love. Thank you for sharing your story and the love for your family.Published 4 months ago by B. Cox
I enjoyed this book immensely. Mr. Elder and my father were very similar, both were navy men, both were tough to live with. I did not talk to my dad for decades. Read morePublished 4 months ago by rick duvall