Excellent book written by Mets phenom Dwight "Doc" Gooden and Ellis Henican. Gooden tells his story straightforwardly and seemingly honestly, and he mixes in entertaining stories of his encounters with baseball luminaries."
I cant explain how Tony Dungy did writing this book extremely better than the first one. The way he expressed his feelings and showing his chracter throught this book made it worth reading. Everybody knows he coached for the Colts and made it to a super bowl but, it was more important than that. Living so far from his family and trying to be a family guy just was a little too much for him. He shows actions and emotions through the book making the readers look at him in a whole new way. People saw the first book as he tells his life and kept the readers intrested for another book so why not tell about his way of signifiance. He was always on point about the main reason he wrote this book in the first place. He shocked when he brought his family and dissapointments into this novel because that was probably very emotional and highly respect him. Like i said this was a very good job on Tony Dungy part. If you like him as a coach you should really purchase this book as soon as you can. This book will not dissapoint you just go read this book I promise you it wont let you down.