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Reviewed by Christian Sia for Readers' Favorite
In Cheetah on The Wing 2: The Mental Ramifications of Solitary Confinement, Mitchell Krautant, a former Marines Force Reconnaissance platoon soldier, takes readers through his experience during unjust solitary confinement in prison, his education, being homeless, to finding God and becoming a spiritual warrior. While the author has experienced inhumane and cruel treatment while in prison, this book explores his encounter with God and his angels and how they made him a priest in the spiritual fight of good vs evil. The story has strong spiritual underpinnings and can be read as the author’s spiritual journey, following his release from prison, and it offers an intimate view of prison life and man’s inhumanity to man, the cruelty of prison personnel, and the disregard for the law.
There are interesting episodes in Mitchell Krautant’s life that come out in this narrative. First, his incarceration was unjust. Second, he has the IQ of a genius. Three, he has been traumatized and has suffered an injury due to his inhumane conditions in prison. What is most fascinating is the spiritual journey the author undertakes after his release from prison, a journey that follows the growth of his faith and revelations about the spiritual life, God’s judgment, faith, and the character of evil. It is filled with adventure and I enjoyed how the author writes about his experience with the different characters in the story. Mitchell Krautant has had an experience of pain and a journey that is very inspiring and knows how to share those experiences with readers in a way that makes it gripping and engaging. The insightful writing and the powerful, spiritual message of The Mental Ramifications of Solitary Confinement are the two elements that had me enthralled.