Sandys, a great-grandson of Sir Winston Churchill, is an international public speaker on Churchills life, times, and leadership skills. Henley was a White House congressional aide, journalist, and columnist, and he serves at Second Baptist Church in Houston, TX. Together, this writing duo creates a robust picture of Churchill as a boy, young adult, politician, leader, and a man of strong faith values. Readers will delightfully discover much they have never known about Churchill. Neglectful parents scarred Churchills childhood. He didnt naturally succeed at every level, but he is described as having a sense of destiny from early on, which drove him to never give up. As the text progresses, the focus shifts to Churchills religious convictions and how they deeply influenced the way he conducted his life. Throughout this meaty primer on Churchills personal beliefs and public life, there are countless intersections where he made tough choices based on Christian principles. The authors conclude their study of Churchill by offering his practical recommendations on sound leadership characteristics for todays readers. Benefiting from Sandys intimate knowledge of Churchills life and Henleys fine journalistic acumen for convincing facts, this is an excellent read.