Stuart Scott was a household name in sports broadcasting (in the US that is), but you don't have to be into US sports to love this book. However, if you are familiar with US sports, particularly the NBA and the NHL, you will enjoy Scott's memoir even more.
What makes this book exceptional and unique is the brutal honesty with which Stuart Scott is talking life, his life. I have read quite a few autobiographies and none has compared in terms of raw honesty. Scott finished this book knowing he was soon about to die. Virtually at the peak of his career, he literally finished the book on his dying bed. In my opinion, these circumstances allowed him to express himself as freely and real as humanly possible.
The passion Scott had for life shines through in every part of his story. Although he could not read the audiobook himself, it feels as though he is directly talking to you. His approach to life and the way he dealt with the challenges that he faced - there is more than "just" cancer - is for a lack of a better word inspiring. If you are looking for a book to inspire you, look no further.
Honest, real, inspiring, passionate, gives you a different perspective on life, great narrator, will touch your soul.