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Top Customer Reviews
It starts off pretty hopeless for him, but when gratitude is added everything starts to change.
Throughout the story, there is always a sense of hope that things will get better. With time and determination, Sutton shows what you can do when you put your mind to it.
Sutton's book is an encouragement to those going through tough times. It was easy to read, flowed well, and provided insight into what it is like to be down and out. If you're struggling or know someone who is, this would be a great book to have them read. I believe it could change their life.
It's a true success story because it's TRUE and because Sutton has overcome the habits that drove him into failure and nearly death. More importantly, he walks you through his recovery and victory using techniques that anyone can use to live a better life.
This is a very personal story and Sutton does a remarkable job of sharing very intimate details with a unique storytelling style that sucks you into his world immediately. It was very hard to put down!
(Note: Sutton is a new friend of mine who I've met once and he gave me an autographed copy of his book, yet I didn't know more than 1% of the content at the time. I now want to know him better!)
The reader can actually feel what it must have been like to have a comfortable lifestyle, and then become jobless, go into foreclosure, lose your home and be forced to make it day by day the best way you can without the comfort and security of an income or a residence. Sutton is skillful in painting a picture of going through his lowest lows, and also in guiding the reader along his path to redemption.
The book is a short read and easy to take in all at once. The book contains some profanity peppered throughout. However, profanity was not used to a gratuitous extent, as it served only to take the reader along on the journey which Sutton himself traveled. I thoroughly enjoyed the book and am grateful for Sutton so candidly sharing his story.
(Disclosure: Although I have not met Sutton in person, we have developed something of a friendship over the past several months through an online writer's community to which we both belong. This honest review is based on the ebook that preceeded this publication.)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This was a very interesting read and I found myself eager to see how it would turn out for Sutton. It's a deep look into what it's like to struggle with addictions and how you can... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Paula S. in CT
You and I can both relate to Sutton's story in some way. It doesn't have to be as drastic as alcohol, drugs, and sex. Maybe it's food or people pleasing. Read morePublished 11 months ago by David Soto Jr.
Could relate to some things as I have a friend who went through some of this.. very good feeling for the happy endingPublished 14 months ago by Sheila Ciechoski
Thank you Sutton for your very inspirational story. Your advice has really helped me write my first book which has now turned into 3 books. Read morePublished on May 19, 2014 by Kindle Customer
I found this to be a good book to teach life lessons. He was down and out, but came back the hard way. Perseverance became his own daily struggle. Read morePublished on February 16, 2014 by C. Myers
I actually enjoyed reading this story at times. The author is very honest and candid in his sharing of life as he felt into the mire of drugs and booze. Read morePublished on February 3, 2014 by THE AUTISTIC WEREWOLF
I bought this book directly from Sutton when I met him at a live event hosted by Dan Miller. He radiated optimism and never stopped smiling. Read morePublished on January 20, 2014 by LouAnn Clark
Full of very helpful quotes throughout the book like the African proverb - "When you pray, move your feet." Another one was referring to a coincidence as a coinci-God. Read morePublished on January 9, 2014 by TreyTLH
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