First a note for everyone out there wanting to purchase this book: This is story about Lynn "Buck" Compton NOT exclusively about "Band of Brothers".
With that being said, this is really nice read(listen). It is an insight to a young man, adult and senior citizen who lead extraordinary life. From his athletic successes, involvement in war until his late years and professional success. It is truly an American story.
This book is about everything BUT Hezbollah. I'm writing this not as a bad comment but rather as a encouragement for everyone to read the book.
Along the way toward meeting Hezbollah, authors encounter numerous people and their stories, opening the door toward almost unknown side of people living in the Middle East.
This might be the only book on human relations you'll ever need. Its simple yet very informing. It is not only a book about particular topic but rather a guide on how to achieve wanted results utilizing advices given in the book. Highly recommended!
I have no doubt that this book by mr. Bansal is a great book to read but its very poor to listen. Mix of English and Hindu language makes it very much so difficult to understand and take the messages from the reading, regardless of inspirational stories told in the book. In addition to that reading by the Indian man with heavy accent did not help at all.
If you are looking for that extra push toward starting your own business or charity, this is it. Blake combines his own experience as well as the experiences of people he got in touch over the years and tells the story of YOU. You as someone who is capable to succeed regardless of obstacles. He inspires readers and gives them "YES you CAN" attitude, highlighting importance of the story behind whatever you might be doing.
Overall I enjoyed this book very much and I'm highly recommending it to the others who are looking to start they own venture while doing a greater good.
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