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Kirkus Reviews, 10/1/11
“Sorbo is candid about the hopelessness and resentment that characterized his slow recovery, his frustration with contradictory medical advice and holistic therapies of varying effectiveness and the stress his condition placed on his new marriage.”
Mesquite Local News, 11/13/11
“If there’s a Hollywood fan on your list this year, you can’t go wrong with True Strength.”
Politics & Patriotism, 2/22/12
“He’s got a conversational writing style that makes it easy to imagine his voice and mannerisms while you turn the pages. His presentation is passionate. His outlook is optimistic. He doesn’t pull his punches…True Strength is more than the story of how Kevin Sorbo beat the odds, banished his demons, and went on to be a better man. It’s a roadmap for others to follow, if they should ever find themselves in a similar situation.”
At 35 years of age, I experienced post polio!
I was amazed at the raw feelings Kevin put into the book, showing us his weaknesses, his fears, as well as his overall frustration, anger, physical and emotional pain.
True Strength is an amazing and truthful story of a man, who most would think invulnerable, and his fight for life.
This is a gripping story of how Sorbo fought valiantly to
regain his health and live the good life. Really inspiring!
If you enjoyed Kevin on screen then I recommend this book. Not the best written but I enjoyed finding out what happened to an old favorite. Read morePublished 17 days ago by Ryan Hosler
My sister recommended this book and I bought it. Oh, my! Is one of the best and most touching book I have read in a while. I understood his pain, his concern, his fears. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Raisa Martinez
What a story!!! I am so glad Kevin is still with us. Anyone who likes Kevin Sorbo shoulld read his book.Published 1 month ago by Marion Schuelke
True Strength, by Kevin Sorbo is a very interesting book. I had no problem reading it quickly, since I found it so interesting to read. Thanks!Published 1 month ago by C. Ott
I only read a few pages of this book and was very disappointed that Kevin Sorbo used very foul language. I did not finish the book. Read morePublished 2 months ago by DiAnn Sigafoos