I literally JUST finished this book. I bought it after finding the synopsis very interesting and the way goodreads reviewed it. I’m not usually the type that takes the advice of other readers but the plot interested me anyway so I might as well give it a try. I truly didn’t know this was part of a series but after reading it, I’m glad that it is. For those too tired to finish the review, I’m giving this a good score at the end so might as well buy it!
As much as I don’t want to lose you, I’m afraid I can’t live my life miserably because of a failure that wouldn’t become a success no matter how much I wanted it, and perhaps still want it, to become one.
Don’t get me wrong. I find it troubling that I find myself wanting to get over you.
This is very efficient. I’ve tried something like this minus the sprints.
Another friend of the kettlebells! :D
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I’ll get to this quick. After reviewing the first book, I figured the second book would be a good try. It just so happened that I saw this at our local bookstore a month ago or something (I was reading Paulo Coelho’s Eleven Minutes then) and I somehow couldn’t wait to read this.
In a nutshell, the book is far, far better than its predecessor. As sequels should be, Ransom definitely upped the ante in this one, making this much more action packed and much more mysterious than the last one. The book was worth every cent in my opinion.
Inspired by this video by Pat Flynn
This video gave me goosebumps. This made me want to lift the heaviest thing I can lift around the house! Thanks to Nolan for joining the contest and to Elliot for inspiring people like me to become stronger by not just exercising our bodies but our minds and hearts as well.