Against All Odds: My Life of Hardship, Fast Breaks, and Second Chances by Scott Brown

Against All Odds: My Life of Hardship, Fast Breaks, and Second Chances

byScott Brown

Paperback | March 20, 2012

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Against All Odds is the extraordinary personal story of the man who rose up to meet the challenge of terrific opposition and become one of America's most promising new political figures—Senator Scott Brown. Brown is famous for succeeding popular Massachusetts Senator Ted Kennedy after Kennedy’s death in 2010—but, as he reveals in a compelling memoir reminiscent of Sarah Palin’s Going Rogue and Clarence Thomas’s My Grandfather’s Son, his experiences with struggle and achievement go back a lifetime.

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U.S. Senator Scott Brown was elected by the people of Massachusetts on January 19, 2010, to fill the term of the late senator Ted Kennedy. He lives in Wrentham, Massachusetts, with his wife, Gail, and they have two daughters, Ayla and Arianna.
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Title:Against All Odds: My Life of Hardship, Fast Breaks, and Second ChancesFormat:PaperbackDimensions:352 pages, 8 × 5.31 × 0.82 inPublished:March 20, 2012Publisher:HarperCollinsLanguage:English

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“Dramatic. . . . Poignant. . . . Scott Brown’s life could have veered horribly wrong so many times, as he amply demonstrates in his disquieting memoir. . . . A reader will get an everything’s-finally-right-with-the-world thrill from his success in life.