Scott's book details his time on American Idol for sure, but deals with so much more that makes him unique. He tells the story of being born blind and the rigorous and invasive tests he endured as a child to try and discover the cause. He speaks openly about his faith in God and his strong family who raised he and his brother and sister in a godly home and instilled in them Christian values and faith. Scott also goes in depth about his kidney failure which resulted in him almost dying before being able to have a kidney transplant from a donated kidney from the wife of one of his past piano instructors in Arizona.
The book is an excellent read and extremely inspirational. Scott's story is one that will challenge and invigorate dreams as you find yourself rooting for him to overcome the many obstacles that kept being presented to him and his family throughout the book. Scott's message of faith is one that reminds us that with God all things truly are possible and at the end of the day, God's plan is perfect and His ways are just. I definitely recommend the book to those needing a good pick me up as well as for those interested in Scott and/or American Idol. Great read!