January 3, 2013
Sons of Suicide by Dan Andrews
Sons of Suicide is a non-fiction novel told through the eyes of the author, Dan Andrews.
This book is the story of him as a young boy having to deal with the loss of his mother. She had committed suicide, and his life was never the same.
This tragedy made his childhood rough, but as he began to grow older and mature, he found a way to turn his pain into a positive thing. He decided that he wants to help others, whether through this book or by coaching in a gym.
Dan’s story is very real. It is one that not many people experience, but at the same time, too many people experience it. The pages of this book are filled with emotion that you may not find in many other writings. It was truly written very well.
Sons of Suicide is not a sob story. Dan isn't trying to get the world to feel sorry for him. It is quite the opposite. He is opening up and sharing his experience to show that it is possible to get through tragedy. You will always have the scar, but you can turn your life around and become a better person.
This is a great read, I loved every bit of it. It was emotional, sad, and happy as well.
5/5 stars. The writing was great, the purpose of the writing was even better.