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Inspirational story of constant faith

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Reviewed: 06-21-15

This book is an easy read/listen. The story is of two women persecuted for their belief in God and their unwillingness to deny that belief. It tells of the persecution of those who refuse the Islamic faith in Iran and of the corruption of the regime in power there. As a Christian, I found it inspirational. It is filled with examples of how God can use us if we trust him.

A must for Americans

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Reviewed: 03-25-13

I found this book very moving. Ben Carson's opinion will not be agreeable to everyone, but if you are a conservative, believe strongly in our Constitution, and are open minded when it comes to solving the problems our country is facing then you will enjoy this book. It is very hard not to like this man. He uses our history to make points and brings to light many problems that are overlooked today, with educated, informative ideas to fix them. I have recommended this book to all my friends and would recommend it to you too.

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Informative, inspirational and well narrated

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Reviewed: 10-30-12

Arnold tells his story beginning as a poor boy in Austria to a World champion bodybuilder, businessman, college graduate, movie star and political figure. This audiobook is long but kept me interested and wanting more throughout the entire book. I was intrigued by his desire and dedication to constantly better himself, and also by his passion for life. He never wanted to waste a single moment. You get a feel for his personality, his thoughts and what drove him. He has lived an amazing life full of achievements and mistakes and he tells it all.

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