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Saturday, July 10, 2010

With Hearts Courageous

In this sequel to Into The Storm, With Hearts Courageous by Jon Steven Nappa takes you on a journey into the private and personal life of Sir William Hillary.

Sir William Hillary is the founder of the Royal National Lifeboat Institution or RNLI who spent his life finding ways to help those less fortunate than himself. In one situation the herring fleet of fisherman find themselves caught in a storm only to loss more than 75% of the fleet both in the loss of men and their boats.

When one particular local fisherman finds his son rescued after his boat is overturned, he wishes to repay the family of the man who saved him. The man named Red unfortunately in saving Micheal's son passes away upon reaching the beach. He leaves behind a wife and children who have no way of supporting themselves now that they have lost their husband and father.

Michael is distraught when he can't provide for his own family due to losing his own fishing boat, and wants desperately to help Red's family as well. Thankfully, Sir William comes to the rescue and offers Michael a boat as a Christmas gift. This way Michael can provide a means for both families.

Sir William shows us that we can provide hope where all seems lost and the book follows his story from riches to rags who puts everything on the line in service to a passionate call.

I received this book compliments of Kathy Carlton Willis Communications for my honest review. It makes for a great sequel to show the sweeter side of life when it doesn't boil down to how much money one has, but what one does with the money he has to make life better for others. I would rate this book an 8 out of 10. This book is available at Barnes and Noble in paperback and hardcover versions.

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