Before I started reading the book I felt good things about it. For one thing, I liked the design and the lay out of the book. The colors are vibrant on the cover and the inside pages even have a little bit of color to them, even if it is just orange and gray. Six pages into the book and I have to go and check out some of these Dude Perfect videos on YouTube.
And lucky me, I was fortunate enough to find the very first video that they created, which I actually read about in those first 6 pages. And if I do this video embedding thing right, it's here:
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And I watched and liked this one too:
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As you read this book you will enjoy hearing about their amazing story of how they started Dude Perfect and the awesome shots they do. I appreciate the fact that Corey is honest about how hard some of these moments were. You can almost imagine yourself there, at each shot that he describes.
I was given this book from Tyndale Books and all I had to do was read it and write this post with my own thoughts and opinions. They are all MY opinions!