I was asked by my cousin from Hot Springs to read this story. I bought it immediately on Audible and started listening that evening and couldn't stop listening. Remarkable true story about a young man who went through one hell of a life to make him become who he was with the help of God behind him all the way. He became a man, hero, true warrior, and Fearless. A friend to all and loved, respected, trusted and we have the privelege to read about him in this book. Insight into his family and how they were there for him always was written well, I felt like I was there. Listened while driving and had to pull over a few times. Recommend this book highly.
you'll get lost in this book. set aside some time for this one. you'll learn about a drug addict, an american, a hero. this book reminded me of all my short-comings and failures, and urges me to shoot as high as i can.
Inspiring, moving, heartwrenching
Adam Brown's will to overcome
I loved the whole story
I teared up several times and laughed a few times too
Read this book
Profesionl, hard working woman who travels weekly, enjoys life. My best Friends are Michael and Scooter. Nonfiction books are the best!
I will admit I cried many times and never wanted this book to end. I wish there was a way to thank Adam and his wife and children for their sacrifises! They gave so much for all of us to be free. I will never forget this story
The story! The fall, rise and struggle of Adam Brown against STAGGERING odds shows a man who went out a winner, patriot(and that is a title you have to EARN) and hero to anyone who has ever fallen but never quit getting back up!
The Last Lion by William Manchester on the life of Sir Winston Churchill. Churchill had many failures in life but none personally more painful to him than his Gallipoli Campaign during WWI when he headed the Admiralty. After the crushing, costly defeat, which many thought would end his career he resolved that if he could not end the war he would shoulder a rifle and serve with the soldiers he had tried to save. So he went to Flanders with a Scottish Brigade and saw action. That was the character of the man and his resolve to "never ever quit" makes me think of the Seals.
Smooth, easy to the ear but his "women and kids" voice is the same and a little silly.
I had a stepbrother who struggled with serious drug and alcohol addictions his entire adult life only sobering up literally the last 5 years. The young adult life of Adam Brown is a painful story repeated everywhere but doesn't have the sad and tragic ending of most addicts. We all end, You have no say when you go and usually not how, You only chose how you live. Adam Brown's life is a life of guts and heart that moved me deeply.
A great story about a true American Hero. I'm a firefighter and a SWAT Medic and always thought i was pretty tough but am humbled by this story...all the more so because of the times it brought me almost to tears.
The author and narrator put together a great version of this piece. Made it more personal.
Adam Brown. Courage. Honor. Commitment. No Quit.....
personal emotions put into his narration.
This is a biography of a young man whose life was dedicated to the USA, and all that it stands for. His remarkable life, with its downs and ups, are a testament to faith in a loving God!
Every American (including our leaders) should read this book of an amazing man that overcame much to then give his all to his country. Thanks to his family for allowing his story to be told - I thank you for what your husband, father and son did for me and mine.
I honestly believe that SEALs tend to be people who have had to learn to overcome extreme challenges in their lives which forged them in people who are far more capable than most at dealing with the most severe challenges imaginable. Adam Brown's story and life certainly supports that theory. That these men's lives are often extremely harsh, and that most of them none the less remain extremely compassionate, as was Adam Brown, is a true testament to their fidelity to humanity. It is humanity they are attempting to defend. Only in a free nation can human's truly flourish. SEALs understand this better than most. It certainly seems odd as they live within such a structured, disciplined community, largely forsaking or at lest procrastinating those liberties for themselves. In this book you'll find a man who consistently and then ultimately gave his all. He faced adversity after adversity and would never surrender to them. Adam Brown inspired those who's lives he touched, and continues to inspire those fortunate enough to have read this book. We would all do well to emulate his resilience, and devotion to those he loved.