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Publisher's Summary

An inspiring memoir for anyone who's been knocked down and came up swinging
Paige VanZant is a rising Mixed Martial Arts star in the UFC's women's strawweight division and holds a reputation for her ability to defeat obstacles and brutal fights in and out of the octagon. But long before she was a world-class fighter and winning over fans with her unlikely strength, Paige battled her own private demons. Rise is the story of her fight to become a bone-breaking competitor. It is the deeply moving and soul-inspiring journey of a warrior who transformed her pain into power and became one of the toughest women in the world.

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©2018 Paige VanZant (P)2018 Hachette Audio
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5 out of 5 stars
By KCR's mommy on 04-12-18

A strong woman!!

I was surprised by the horror she has survived, and it was difficult to listen to those parts, just because they are so horrific. But her rise is inspiring. Can’t wait to see what she does next!

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5 out of 5 stars
By sjmonti on 08-14-18

Small book, but big message

There isn't a lot of depth here, but I'm glad I read it. She's not that old to have a lifetime of history, but her account of what she went through in high school is traumatic to read about. It's heartbreaking what her and her family had to endured. Which a lot of it they didn't know about at the time. But I think that is the message here. It's not her lifetime autobiography but more about her power to overcome a really horrific experience and how she found the one thing to help her cope. She wrote her story to encourage others. I wish her well and admire her courage to speak out!!

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