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Robert Griffin III

Robert Griffin III Athlete, Leader, Believer

By Ted Kluck
Published by Thomas Nelson

Average Blogger Rating: 3.1 Stars

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On 9/4 Julie from Small Town Nebraska wrote: In honor of tomorrow being the opening day of the NFL’s 2014 season, I bring you a book review on Robert Griffin III by Ted Kluck. I requested a complimentary copy of this book through BookLook Bloggers during the last football season because I thought I would like to read a biography on a RG3. Well, ... RG3 Book Review

Julie from Small Town Nebraska's Rating:

3 Stars

On 11/17 Mike Lewis wrote: Robert Griffin III Athlete, Leader, Believer by Ted Kluck is a book about an outstanding young NFL Quarterback and good upstanding young man who is trying to set an example of how to lead in a Christlike manner.I was familiar with Ted Kluck from his work with Kevin DeYoung on Why We're Not Emergent: ... Book Review: Robert Griffin III Athlete, Leader, Believer

Mike Lewis' Rating:

3 Stars

On 11/1 Jeff wrote: RG III is one of the biggest names in the NFL. For better or worse performances, he is the star in Washington. RG III has had quite the reception in the NFL. Last year (2012) he was one of the most gifted athletes and an amazing quarterback. This book, Robert Griffin III Athlete, Leader, Believer, ... RGIII

Jeff's Rating:

2 Stars

On 11/1 Mikki wrote: the hubster is a born and raised Redskin fan. Not a paint your face, wear red and gold all the time kind of fan, but a fan none the less. So when I saw the opportunity to review Thomas Nelsons book about RG3, I grabbed it and figured I might be able to learn something and engage in some football speak ... Robert Griffin III Athlete, Leader, Believer By Ted Kluck ~ Review

Mikki's Rating:

3 Stars

On 10/28 brenten gilbert wrote: RATING 2.75 STARS NOTE: I read and reviewed this book alongside of RG3: The Promise). If there are any references or comparisons to "the other book" (or anything to that effect), that's the book I'm talking about. Okay, here we go... I read Ted Kluck’s book first. Actually, I started reading them ... on the Third and Goals to Go… [books]

brenten's Rating:

3 Stars

On 10/28 Stephanie Cherry wrote: I am not a huge football fan, but I love people. I love stories. I so enjoy the passion and camaraderie. I thought this would be more like Drew Brees' book. It was a story to be involved in and stats and facts mingled in. I was smitten with Drew's story. This book was nothing like that. I basically read ... Subpar NFL Overview

Stephanie Cherry's Rating:

1 Stars

On 10/19 Nirvanagirl wrote: Robert Griffin III exploded on the NFL scene with style & flair that was anything but typical. With a Heisman Trophy under his belt, Robert otherwise known as RG3, entered the NFL under a spotlight that would make others buckle under pressure. Then the questions began. Could he play as well professionally ... Robert Griffin III by Ted Kluck

Nirvanagirl's Rating:

3 Stars

On 10/13 Tomi Clark wrote: RG3 is a great football book that offers an in-depth look at practices, media appearances, off-field commitments, on-field exploits, and quiet moments of leadership over the course of a season. Peek behind the curtain of an athlete in progress as he seeks to make a world-class impact with his talent ... Robert Griffin III Book Review

Tomi's Rating:

3 Stars

On 10/9 Birdie wrote: Robert Griffin III: Football, Faith, and Leadership by Ted A. KluckMy rating: 4 of 5 stars Robert Griffin the Third, one of the most talked about quarterbacks in the NFL last year. The rookie that fans and critics alike couldn't get enough of. But who is he? What drives him? And can he ultimately ... RG3

Birdie's Rating:

4 Stars

On 10/9 Book Nerd wrote: Upon receiving this book, I was quite excited to read a behind-the-scenes tail of a young man who has excelled on the gridiron. As I began to get the behind-the-scenes look into the life of this young man and his faith, I realized I was reading a documentary on NFL Quarterbacks. This book is overflowing ... OK

Book Nerd's Rating:

3 Stars