For The Love Of Beirut by Samuel T. Eloud
A read you will not want to put down, and even if you do, your thoughts will return back to For The Love Of Beirut and the families within this true story until you can settle back in and continue to read this well written true story by Samuel T. Eloud.
Currently reading For The Love Of Beirut, some of the thoughts that come to my mind pertaining to this book are as follows: captivating, eye-opening, sincere, intense, love for family, humor, strength, courage, an inside, first-hand look at children of war and the effects upon their lives, insights that few truly understand, witness, or perhaps can comprehend, a child of war and a young man desperate for peace, a man willing to sacrifice his own life in an effort to help those he loves, paying consequences for his desperate search for peace, and becoming even stronger, kinder, more loving, and having enough guts and courage to share his life story with the world.
For The Love Of Beirut is a must-read story for anyone who cares about issues such as: children of war, recovering from post traumatic stress disorder, and not only surviving prison, but also becoming a mentor for many. Sam has found the ability to tell his story and pull you into the story along with him; through his words, you will hear, see, smell, taste, and feel the effects of war on an innocent, adorable child and his family. Find a quiet place, grab a box of tissues, and read For The Love Of Beirut and be thankful this is not your story, and if by chance it should be, embrace the peace that comes from witnessing a survivor of war who cares enough to write this story and support your message…
Without hesitation, I can recommend reading For The Love Of Beirut. I foresee Mr. Eloud becoming an inspirational speaker within a short period of time. Handsome, kind, soft-spoken, polished, and knowledgeable, surely his story telling will mend many broken hearts, educate his audiences, and bring an uplifting ending to his story which will impact your life for many years to come.
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(reviewed 28 days after purchase)