By: Brian C. Webb
About the Book
Man Code: A Guide for the Betterment of Men, by Brian C. Webb, is a non-fiction work written in order to help men with faith, honor, struggle, and triumph. This work draws heavily on the author’s own personal tribulations as a man who lived a life of excess before and during his time in the U.S. Army, and his subsequent incarceration in a federal prison. Many men in prison face such trials, and Mr. Webb approaches the issues candidly and poignantly. His main point, in essence, is the way his life was saved as a result of finding a true, personal relationship with his God. This work is bursting with applicable advice, personal examples, and beautiful redemption.
About the Author
Brian C. Webb is a single father and has recently been released from federal prison. Mr. Webb joined the United States Army in 2001 and served honorably until his incarceration in 2010. He served two 15-month deployments in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. He is currently enrolled in college to obtain degrees in automotive technology and spends most days in the ever-continuing process of rebuilding his life as a better man using the lessons he has learned. When he is not in school, Mr. Webb works in the automotive field as a general auto service technician.
(2018, Paperback, 98 pages)