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Forever Awesome

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by: Jeff Miller
Books with a 5 star rating  (2)
Publication Date: August 9, 2016
Book Size: 6" x 9"
Pages: 221
Binding: Perfect Bound
Color: Black and White

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Book Synopsis
Stars shine too bright to be on Earth with us. They belong in the sky for everyone to marvel at. This is the story of a fathers love for his son. A son who tragically passed away unexpectedly at the tender age of 14. In writing this book, the author pays tribute to the coolest kid who ever was. Tyler "Double Zero" Miller
Customer Comments
Roberta Callaghan
Posted: August 9, 2016
Customer comment 0 star rating
Tyler is an amazing young man that we had the privilege to get to know through our kids. Cherish his parents and little sister immensely. Their strength inside and out keeps us going. They are Heros in our community.
Matthew Rydelek
Posted: August 22, 2016
Customer comment 5 star rating
I gave the book only 5 stars because it only went up that high! I literally read the book in one day. I could not put it down. Knowing Ty personally, this book really reminded me of the special person he is (not was, as he is still with us in spirit). It also reminded me why Jeff and Rae Ann have been friends of mine for so long. They are two amazing people who have not just carried on, but excelled in the face of tragedy. I was not surprised to see Jeff write an amazing book. He always comes real and straight from the heart. Forever Awesome is classic Jeff and the reason why so many of us love him like a brother. This book has swagger,humor, raw emotion, but most importantly, hope and inspiration. I knew Jeff would take tragedy and turn it into triumph as I have seen him do that so many times that I cannot even count them all up. This book is not just for people who know Ty or Jeff or any of the family. This book will inspire anyone to be a better person and truly live and appreciate life and to always carry on the legacy of our loved ones. And lastly, I admire Jeff for being a man of faith. So many people think it is not cool to praise and thank God. I know people laugh at me when I draw a cross in chalk on my sock when I train. But that is OK because I am proud to show thanks because God has always put me in great positions in life and never lets me down. Jeff, I am always proud of you, but this book may be your shining moment. Much love, Matthew (Kidd) Rydelek