gayle pace

4 Stars

November 28, 2017

It's nice to see that Jr. has taken the faith his mother instilled in him and applied it to his life and family. He is trying to break the cycle of the Teutul's by changing the way him and his son's relationship develops. My husband and I were fans of the shows with Jr and Sr but didn't realize the extent that the discord between them was. I also didn't realize that the drinking was such a problem. The book takes you into some of the off scenes and back scenes that you didn't get to see on the show. You also get some background of the other Teutles as well. It's so easy to instill on your children the way you were raised, all the discord and problems. Sometimes the way you were raised seems to be the only way, but Paul Teutul Jr has found a new different and much more valuable way with his son. He has taken the way of life he knew and changed it, much to do with the strong sense of faith his mother gave him. This book definitely gives you a different look at someone who could have very easily taken a different path that wouldn't have broken that broken chain, but he didn't. Refreshing to see that the fame of being a well known chopper builder didn't go down the wrong path.

I was given a copy of this book from the Blogging For Books Review Program and was under no obligation to review it.