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Taming the Tiger from the Depths of Hell to the Heights of Glory by Tony Anthony
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Jul 11, 10

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Taming the Tiger is a story of redemption, a story of something (or, in this case, someone) that has been stolen recovered and returned back to its rightful owner.

As far as "the formula" goes, it's perfect. Boy has a bad upbringing, becomes a cynical machine hurting others (using the methods of a foreign religion), goes to jail and finds Christ. Well - not to be cynical, but this can be a bit predictable at times. Still, it's definitely one of the most interesting, and not to mention powerful, autobiographies I know. I've actually read it as many as two or three times and still appreciate it!
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