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Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on September 13, 2019
Never Give Up
A person should never give up, no matter what the circumstances. Fearless by Eric Blehm is a true story about a man named Adam Brown who never gave up. Reading this book has inspired me to always give my best. Adam’s family motto in the book is, “You gotta do what you gotta do, and when you’re done, you’ll be stronger” (12).
Fearless starts out with a young man named Adam who lives in Arkansas. He was always small, but he never let that stop him from doing something no matter what it was. He found some things that messed up his life, but he would soon find that they actually help his journey through life. He joined the Navy and became a Seal overcoming all odds. He had done more than proven himself worthy. Adam ended up paying the ultimate sacrifice fighting for his country.
Personally, I liked the writing story of Eric Blehm and the detail he brought into the book by giving information about Adam’s daily life and where he grew up and lived later in life. Eric put some very small details in the book, but not so much that they made the story boring. I was always wondering what would happen next and it really grabbed my attention throughout the book. His choice of words and sentence structure flowed really well and the book never once got boring to me. I would definitely read another book from Eric Blehm.
This novel exceeded my expectations and really captured my attention. It is easy to tell that Eric Blehm put in a lot of research and time in this novel. Everything he put in the book actually happened to Adam Brown during his life and even after. The information never had repetition throughout the book. The novel was clean and well written throughout the whole thing.
Eric Blehm’s tone changed throughout the book because there are very different scenarios and stages in Adam Brown’s life. His tone would either be exciting or calm. It would be exciting when Adam was in battle and calm when he was home with his family. The author’s tone helped my reading experience by keeping my attention on the story the whole time. It never got in a rut of the same kind of tone. I believe that most males would find this book appealing and that most people serving in the military would as well.
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