I didn't know what to expect from this book but I accepted it to review as I always enjoyed watching Scott Hamilton skate.
It turned out to be a very interesting and motivating story of how Scott has grown as a person and a Christian through the adversity he has had to deal with starting in childhood. The subtitle is: How to Be Happy (even though you have every reason to be miserable). I think that says a lot about the book!
It is easy enough for older kids who are good readers but will inspire those who are older and feel their life is behind him. Scott encourages us to never give up, no matter what the circumstances. I read it through in two sittings.
There are many who would enjoy this book... those going through chronic illness of any kind but especially cancer, parents who are raising children with a chronic illness, anyone who loves to watch figure skating and would love to read "behind the scenes" stories, and generally readers who enjoy a good biography that inspires one to keep going when the road gets rough.
Highly recommended in these difficult days.