What did you think of the cover? It makes more sense as you read the story. I never knew much about UFC or MMA until reading this book and the bright lights seem symbolic at the power that has 'snatched' her son away from her.
Was the book different from what you expected? I really wasn't sure what to expect. The book is labeled as an 'unauthorized biography' and shows the reader more of Dana White's childhood than his present time in the UFC.
Were the characters and their problems believable? It's a true story so it is believable but I am a little bit skeptical about certain parts of the book that seem to focus only one person's perspective.
Which character could you relate to best? No one in particular, although I do think that parents may enjoy this book a bit more than a UFC fan.
Would you recommend this book? I would recommend this book to those who like biographies and non-fiction.
Disclosure: I received a free book from the author. This did not affect my honest opinion.