Fascinating, inspiring story of one man's unthinkable tragedy,survival, and subsequent rebuilding of his life. Narration is excellent--couldn't have picked a better characterization. The only thing I would have changed was the placement of the interview of Terry Caffey at the beginning of the book. For those who are unfamiliar with his story (and I was), it tended to give away too much before the book actually started. It would have been better to have placed the interview at the conclusion of the narration. Other than that, an excellent listen.
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