On a stormy November evening, Jack Barrett had plans to treat his best friend Travis to a night of fine dining and jazz. As they neared their destination, a truck ran a red light, plowing through Jack’s car, and changing his life forever. Jack found a new outlook on life, and took on adventures that made him one of the world’s most admired people. With each step, Jack grew as a person and a leader; piecing together a family from different corners of the world, while risking himself and his family to save others. Jack’s impact on the world was like no other, but in the end, when the lights and the cameras were gone, Jack was about to die, or was he? Prepare yourself for a surprising ending that questions the very nature between life and death, reality and dream.
Jack Barrett has a car accident and manages to overcome it and lead an exciting life. First he travels to Milan Italy, and meets Maggy who becomes his wife then he meets Ana a girl living in Mexico who escaped the Mafia. All this is being told as an interviewer is conducting an interview with a older Jack Barrett. Jack decides to live his life to the fullest and get the most out of people he meets and helps. Which leads him from Governor of California all the way up to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue to the White House. The details that get him there were beautiful told. From a train crash in San Francisco to helping Teachers and State Education Board and Students to get what they need out of the Education kids are granted. Jack seems almost too good to be true when the spotlight ends the story is finished and so is Jack.
We find out Jack is back to that fateful night in November and the car accident, did everything he talk about happen or was it a dream? Definitely an edge of your seat adventure. I thoroughly enjoyed learning about Jack Barrett and what he went through and over came.