Mud, Sweat and Tears is the autobiography of Bear Grylls. It tells the story of how he became one of the world’s most renowned adventurers, through his years spent climbing mountains, crossing glaciers and negotiating raging rivers. He also shares stories from his time in the military and as a television presenter.
For who is this book for ?
- The book tells the story of an incredible adventurer
- It is a great read for anyone interested in travel or outdoor pursuits
- Grylls shares many valuable lessons and insights
- The book may be too intense for some readers.
- Grylls often resorts to crude language and boasts about his own accomplishments.
- The story is told in a very linear fashion, with little reflection or introspection from the author.
Learn more about the author
Bear Grylls is a British adventurer, television presenter and writer. He rose to fame in the early 2000s after becoming the youngest person to ever complete an uninterrupted crossing of the North Atlantic Ocean by sea kayak. Since then he has become known for his extreme survival experiences, which have included spending three days stranded in a desert without food or water and being forced to eat raw liver pate.
“If you’re looking for an inspirational, motivational read then this is the book for you. Bear Grylls has led an incredible life and his story will leave you feeling inspired to achieve your own goals.”
“A great read for anyone who loves outdoor pursuits and is interested in how Bear Grylls has achieved such amazing feats. He writes candidly about his mistakes as well as successes, which makes the book all the more interesting.”
“A truly inspirational read, Mud, Sweat and Tears is the perfect reminder that anything is possible if you put your mind to it.”
“An adrenaline-packed autobiography that is sure to inspire.”