Buried Alive By Roy Hallums
Buried Alive is a gripping tale told in the first Person by Roy Hallums. It chronicles his life as an Iraqi prisoner and the torture he was subjected to by his captors. Roy tells about what it was like for him, constantly being bound, blindfolded, beaten, and starved for 311 days and of keeping hope and faith alive. Buried alive gives you a bit of insight into the different socio-economic factions within Iraq and how they operate. In addition to Roy’s life, insight is given to what his family went through during his captivity. Buried Alive is gripping from the turn of the first page through the last page of the book. I could not put this book down and read it in two nights – I just could not find a good place to stop.
I highly recommend this book, Roy Hallums has an incredible way of telling the story so that you are right there with him during his ordeal. How he kept hope of rescue alive is a testament to his Faith.
Thomas Nelson has provided me with a complimentary copy of Buried Alive to read and review. All reviews are my opinion and are given honestly and openly.
Hope you enjoy the book as much as I did!