Unstoppable - Nick Vujicic

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Unstoppable by Nick Vujicic Review

by samantha Kelley
October 1, 2012
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I really enjoyed reading this book. I've heard of Nick Vujicic through Youtube before and it was nice to actually read his story. With so many negative influences in the world, I am always looking for uplifting role models. This book covered many inspirational stories- both Nick's personal stories and those of other people. Beyond talking about his own struggles and pain, he also opens it wide up to show you that others have been through terrible things and came out strong. The point behind these inspirational stories is to show you that it doesn't matter what you're going through, if you keep your head up, then you too could be an incredible inspiration.

What I loved about this book is that he's honest and raw. And, as he says, it's really hard opening up the deep, dark parts of your life to people, especially what could end up being hundreds of thousands of people worldwide.

Even from a nonrelegious standpoint, his book is incredible. I cried a few times, I laughed a few times, I loved it.

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