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Mr. Simmons and Damon DiMarco have crafted a story too intense and heart-touching to be fiction.
We found it truly remarkable for a man like Roy to encounter so many chances in life... just when you think he has hit rock-bottom, somehow he bounces back.
This is a story that is not only gripping to read, but which will take you through several layers of thought as you see this man's incredible path.
I was saddened by Toy's story in the beginning. When you are abused as a child, it will effect you in yiur adult years. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Cheryl Willie
This book was so truefully written and straight to the point
You just could not put it Down this man to me have done
Something that others should have done long... Read more
Loved the honesty in this book. Hope he was finally able to find closure and peace in this life. RIP Roy SimmonsPublished 9 months ago by Christa Berry
A story similar to Sam's but every bit as poignant. Could have been Sam's story but less sympathetic. I enjoyed reading his story.Published 9 months ago by M. H. Chaffin
This was an excellent book. It brings a different perspective to this sensitive social issue and behavior. Read morePublished on August 14, 2012 by Forever Learning
To me the criteria in what makes a great memoir is if you feel like you truly get to know the subject on a personal level. In Out of Bounds this criteria is met tenfold. Read morePublished on June 23, 2011 by Amazon Customer
"When New York Giants coach Ray Perkins stated, "Roy Simmons just might be the best athlete on this football team," no one could have guessed that in just four years, Simmons would... Read morePublished on May 21, 2011 by Richard S. Friedman
I enjoyed reading the book very much. I had to read it for my psychology class and therefore I was most interested to read about the sexual abuse and addiction than the coming out... Read morePublished on March 16, 2011 by Diesel
He hardly said anything about football in this book which ticked me off, and because he played football that's the only reason why I checked the book out of the library from jump... Read morePublished on July 10, 2010 by Matthew Robinson