BOOK REVIEW: The Sports Journal
I was honored to read a recent review of my book on Ken Caminiti.
It's been special, as an author, to connect with people who were moved by my book about Ken Caminiti, even nearly a year and a half after the book's release.
One of the people I've had the pleasure to connect with is Barrett Snyder, a West Chester University graduate student pursuing a master’s degree in Exercise Science with a specialization in Sports Psychology.
I was honored to read Barrett's review of Playing Through the Pain in The Sport Journal.
As he wrote, "Good’s portrayal is unflinchingly honest, adhering to the principle of telling it like it is. However, a discernible undercurrent of empathy runs through the entirety of the 384-page narrative."
He continued, "Playing Through the Pain stands as an unflinching testament to the depths individuals can descend to either conceal their struggles or confront them with unhealthy vices. It serves as a poignant reminder that the private battles someone wrestles with behind closed doors, can forever elude the comprehension of even those closest to them."
You can read the full review here.