I was Saved by the Bell is all about one mans fight to achieve his lifelong dream
I have never watched a full episode of Saved by the Bell before. It was just never a show that appealed to me. I am also not that familiar with the work of Peter Engel. Yet when I heard about I was Saved by the Bell I decided to give it a shot. I was able to get a review copy of this book and here is what I thought of it.
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I Was Saved by the Bell is the chronicle of Peter’s amazing journey. His stories will make you laugh, cry, and want them never to end. Together, they are a master class on life from the perspective of a man who grew up during a time of great uncertainty and came of age in an era of hope and promise. With the ups and downs of the decades as a backdrop, Peter opens his heart and shares the experiences of his own good times, bad times, reflection, redemption, and, ultimately, joy and satisfaction of a life lived the only way he could—with passion.
I really enjoyed reading I was Saved by the Bell. The book tells an impressive story about an amazing man. The difficulties he faced are shocking to see unfold in the chapters of this book. Yet through it all he refused to let it keep him down. If you want to learn more about I was Saved by the Bell head over to this website.