10th Read This 2013

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A review on the 10th book I've read this 2013.

Submitted: April 03, 2013

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Title: The Great Eight (How to be Happy even when you have every reason to be miserable

Author: Scott Hamilton with Ken Baker

A cancer and brain tumor survivor, Scott Hamilton shares the ups and downs of his life and how he accepted and conquered his fears and disappointments in pursuit of his dreams to be an ice skater.

This book highlights his 8 secrets of finding happiness, which he wants to impart to everyone who might be seeking for answers to their own life dilemmas.

A truly inspiring and wonderful experience.

About the Author (source: The Great Eight)

Scott Hamilton, the most popular and beloved male figure-skating star in the world, is also a network-TV skating commentator, an actor, performer, producer, Emmy Award nominee, best-selling author, role mode, humanitarian, philanthropist and cancer and brain tumor survivor.

Ken Baker, a brain tumor survivor, is a pop culture journalist and executive news editor for E!. He's also the author of three books, including two memoirs: Man Made and They Don't Play Hockey in Heaven.

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