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4 internautes sur 4 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
glad I read this! 4 février 2014
Par Kay A. Hewlett - Publié sur
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
I am an animal lover who had a major dislike towards Michael Vick after the dog fighting charges. I was fearful that the book would be difficult for me to read considering the subject matter. But I had the desire to hear his story, and now I have an understanding of who Michael Vick was--and is now. His childhood had a profound impact on his life and the choices he made. He became a pro football player at a very young age, making a lot of money that he did not know how to handle. Thanks to his grandmother and his mom he had a Christian foundation that, when things got tough for him, he could fall back on. That foundation helped to get him back on the right path and realize his sinful ways.
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Finally Free 29 mars 2013
Par LW - Publié sur
Format: Relié
"As the little red dog lay on the ground fighting for air, Quanis Phillips grabbed its front legs and Michael Vick grabbed its hind legs. They swung the dog over their head like a jump rope then slammed it to the ground. The first impact didn't kill it. So Phillips and Vick slammed it again. The two men kept at it, alternating back and forth, pounding the creature against the ground, until at last, the little red dog was dead."

That is the work of a sociopath, not a human. This book was so poorly written I couldn't get through it. Tried to give him the benefit of the doubt to see if he had anything new to add but no, he spends his time trying to divert your attention. He doesn't regret what he did, he regrets getting caught. He didn't go to jail for animal abuse, he went for running a fighting operation. If you want the real story of the dogs and a glimpse of the monster that inhabits the body of Vick then read Jim Gorant's "Lost Dogs".

And why is he even writing this? He isn't old enough to do an autobiography, what is he "finally free" of? Probation? Fines paid? Did BADRAP or Best Friends ever get fully paid for taking and rehabbing his former dogs? And "what portion" goes to what rescue groups? He hired a PR team to help rehab his image but the only way they could do that was manipulate him like a puppet. He's on some sort of 10 year plan to "make things right" which included tripe like this. The only problem is you can't rehab someone with no soul. He sold his long ago and is trying to get us to believe he got it back. Doesn't work that way. Let's hope when Karma finds him she's a total bitch.
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Not worth the time... 22 mars 2013
Par Chris L - Publié sur
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I've read a lot of autobiographies lately and this one is by far the worst. At no point does he go into any real details, skips over facts and just gives generalizations of what he was doing. There is no mention of drug use thru the first few chapters, but then he is mad he cant get into the drug program in prison? How about explaining WHY you should be in the program and what you were doing. Come clean with what you did. The chapter on dog fighting spends more time saying what he did was wrong and says nothing about what he did. Just writing "i made mistakes" doesnt explain anything. My 4 year old explains things better.

Bottomline is dont bother with this book. It is boring, has no emotion and feels like a publicity stunt more than anything. If you want to read a GREAT book about downfall and redemption checkout Duff McKagan's book.
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BADLY TITLED 7 mars 2013
Par Reader - Publié sur
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This book has a very misleading title. While Michael Vick may legally be "finally free," morally he can never be excused for torturing and killing animals in his care for fun & profit. In his own words he describes how he sought forgiveness in the Lord & how he made "poor choices." Poor choices would be something akin to say, abusing drugs or alcohol, hanging around with the wrong crowd, not paying your bills on time, but when you consciously choose to breed a dog then starve that dog to the point where it will look to kill anything around it & then feed that dog puppies to ensure its' taste for blood & then turn that dog on another to watch them fight to the death, that is not a "poor choice," that is sociopathic behavior. When you add to that the idea that he could not only watch, but place bets & howl with laughter as two dogs ripped each other to pieces, please explain to me how that was just a "poor choice?" Was it also a "poor choice" for him to hang dogs who failed to perform & then throw their bodies in a hole?

Buying this book buys into the idea that Vick just somehow "made a mistake" by training animals to kill each other. Let's all "finally be free" of Vick & his excuses.
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Interesting and Insightful 8 janvier 2015
Par Jerry - Publié sur
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Gives you an inside look into Michael's Life and the trials and tribulations that he has gone through. He has owned up to the wrong and bad things he has done and even paid the price by going to jail. He has showed that he is taking better control of his life now and being a better person and father, being a mentor to the youth and setting a good example. Shows how quickly he rose to the top and fame and fortune got the best of him but he is living proof that one can overcome misfortune.
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