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Life after Death: A Survivor's Story Paperback – June 18, 2015
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About the Author
A successful entrepreneur, motivational speaker, author of the book Life after Death: A Survivor’s Story, music recording artist, global humanitarian, and contributor of service to such organizations as the USO, Phoenix Patriot Foundation, Global Sound Lodge, and Hope for the Arts, Brad C. Fite is sought after by nonprofits and businesses alike to take their audiences to the next level. Brad’s willingness to share the vulnerability brought on by his life-changing injuries in war through his story and through music brings a broad appeal. His can-do attitude and hope-filled journey inspire and engage those he leads, and this carries into his motivational speaking for numerous organizations. He is widely acknowledged as an advocate for those who can no longer fight for themselves.
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The personal experience of healing & survival of a type most of us never experience is related to the reader with great sensitivity and firsthand knowledge. The authors heart and soul are exposed, nothing left to explain. 3 attempted suicides, being blow up by a bomb, crushed face, losing friends and many other obstacles are related in his climb out of despair.
I definitely would recommend reading this book
Brad proves that with faith, love and perseverance, we can overcome obstacles in our lives!