Friday, February 5, 2010

Buried Alive by Roy Hallums

Picture yourself in Iraq, just trying to get some work done when you are kidnapped. How do you get yourself to survive? What will keep you going and willing to make it through your ordeal, no matter how long it is, with the worst possible thought on your mind of death? Roy Hallums brings you through his encouraging ordeal of being kidnapped by a gang, while working as a contractor in Iraq.
This book captures you right from the beginning, as you're thrown into a different world of new customs and life changing activities. It allows you to feel as Roy did while being held hostage and opens your mind into how strong you are as a person, questioning how you may react if put in a similar situation, if not by being kidnapped, but from the families point of view. It was hard to put the book down as you read further in, he left you wanting to know more with every flip of the page. Pick up the book and see for yourself.

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