Once it was normal for our author to live his life in fear—always running, always reacting, usually acting out in destructive ways. The basic concept of this book is that fear can be felt, faced, and used in healthy and productive ways. The author gets to root of his fears and explains how he was able to view his fear in a new, more positive light and use it as a tool to shape the life he always wanted but did not think he could attain.
Fear is a narrative examination of the author’s understanding of fear, how he learned to subdue and use it to his advantage. His down-to-earth approach and his examination of destructive thought processes, focus on fear in its many facets, is noteworthy.