'Tim Tebow' was a name that was always around during my childhood: he was starting to become famous for his renowned 'Tebowing' action, so I was excited to read this book by him.
While this book wasn't exactly what I had imagined (due to my not reading the synopsis lol), it was an awesome book that I'm definitely going to keep handy to read later!
Tebow starts off with speaking on when he was released by the football team he was playing for (an accurate depiction of how much I
don't care for football, hehe), then goes on to talk about how he dealt with being released and how he, literally, got through the days. It's not an autobiography, but instead a guy's testimony and him talking about his friendship with God.
Tebow includes several great stories, including one about his mother that's super important. He speaks simply, using specific, but simple to understand language, and he's able to break down topics that would be hard to understand otherwise.
This book's very inspiring and motivational, as well as many other things. It acts as a good reminder that failure isn't always the worst option, even if it looks like the world has collapsed.