This is one of those lengthy books that Clancy does. It really develops before getting to the "real excitement". But I like his details, so be warned that he often goes down those introspective pathways to provide character insight.
The first book was a journey. This book is closure! I eagerly delved into the second book. It is not as inciteful as the second. It is more systematic, and a reafirmation of the first book. I truly recommend it, a worthy sequel. But it is a little different than the first. I think this one was "work" compared to the first (the first was just pure energy!). My wife went through cancer treatments at age 32 - and this was a nice compaion of hope and motiviation.
My wife went through cancer at age 32. I listented to this afterwards. Whew! It was so intense to me that I would sit in the parking lot for an extra 5 minutes to listen. Armstrong doesn't pull punches - he tells it like it is (language and all). I wish I had his drive at anything. Honest. Insightful. But don't expect answers in this book - expect motivation.
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