Each of us has a specific life that we were meant to live. Live it.
You have been given strengths and abilities that no one else has. Use them.
It may set you apart (it probably will). Embrace it.
It may mean that you have to do hard things and stand against popular opinion (it will). Do it anyway.
Stop asking “what someone like me would do,” and start asking, “based on the information I have, what will align most with what I believe to be right and true in the world?”
Stop letting the world affect you and start affecting the world.
When deciding what to do—what decisions to make, how to spend your time, how to treat others—ask yourself what is going to allow you to look in the mirror at the end of the day and be okay with the person looking back you.
Now go do that.
Archer can create wonderful, memorable characters — whether good guy or villain — and it is no different with this book.
Jeffrey Archer’s third volume of The Clifton Chronicles is a blend of colorful characters, seething resentment, calculated revenge, and a shocking, tragic cliffhanger.