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Finally Free Hardcover – September 4, 2012
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BRETT HONEYCUTT is the managing editor of Sports Spectrum magazine, a national faith-based sports publication that has been around for more than 27 years. Prior to taking his current position, he worked for The Charlotte Observer for 16 years (six years as a freelance writer and 10 years on staff). Brett is a graduate of Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia, and is from Charlotte, North Carolina.
STEPHEN COPELAND is the editor of Sports Spectrum's digital magazine and a columnist at Sports Spectrum magazine, a national-faith based sports publication. He recently coauthored The Jersey Effect with former Indianapolis Colts punter Hunter Smith. Stephen graduated from Grace College in Winona Lake, Indiana, and is from Plainfield, Indiana.
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That is the work of a sociopath, not a human. This book was so poorly written I couldn't get through it. Tried to give him the benefit of the doubt to see if he had anything new to add but no, he spends his time trying to divert your attention. He doesn't regret what he did, he regrets getting caught. He didn't go to jail for animal abuse, he went for running a fighting operation. If you want the real story of the dogs and a glimpse of the monster that inhabits the body of Vick then read Jim Gorant's "Lost Dogs".
And why is he even writing this? He isn't old enough to do an autobiography, what is he "finally free" of? Probation? Fines paid? Did BADRAP or Best Friends ever get fully paid for taking and rehabbing his former dogs? And "what portion" goes to what rescue groups? He hired a PR team to help rehab his image but the only way they could do that was manipulate him like a puppet. He's on some sort of 10 year plan to "make things right" which included tripe like this. The only problem is you can't rehab someone with no soul. He sold his long ago and is trying to get us to believe he got it back. Doesn't work that way. Let's hope when Karma finds him she's a total bitch.
What kind of soulless hacks would 'collaborate' on this book with this sociopathic dog torturer?
Bottomline is dont bother with this book. It is boring, has no emotion and feels like a publicity stunt more than anything. If you want to read a GREAT book about downfall and redemption checkout Duff McKagan's book.
And for what it's worth, he's not even a good football player anymore. Guy can't go a single game without getting injured.
Take the money he's asking for this waste of a perfectly good tree and donate it to your local animal rescue instead.
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just another “rich” football person who didn’t deserve what he had, did not deserve it then doesn’t deserve it now. Read morePublished 10 days ago by K.W.
First of all and like I do all the time when I buy books from Amazon, I thank the seller who sent me the book I'm reviewing. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Matthew Robinson
Disgusting. Disgusting that Amazon would sell this. DIsgusting that he is allowed to continue to profit. Disgusting that the NFL: overlooks the nature of him. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
Whether Michael Vick is sincerely remorseful or not, his animal victims lived and died in pain inflicted by a supposedly higher being. Read morePublished 4 months ago by M. Chambers
Glad to hear B&N cancelled his book signing. They heard the public outcry and responded accordingly.Published 4 months ago by Loren D.
I can't believe Amazon is selling this book. It disgusts me that he hasnt crawled under a rock and disappeared. No I didn't read it. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Ellen Orrego