Mud, Sweat, And Tears
By: Bear Grylls, Review By: Jackson Cooter
Then disaster struck when Bear broke his back in three places during a parachuting accident in Africa. It was unsure whether he would walk again, according to his doctors. However, only eighteen months later twenty-three-year-old Bear became one of the youngest climbers to scale Mount Everest. Bear Grylls's stories of survival and perseverance through his life is what convinced him to write his autobiography as well as becoming a boy scout headmaster and was a major factor in convincing him to share his survival knowledge with the world.