Scott Chally Believes!


Non-Fiction - Autobiography
336 Pages
Reviewed on 08/18/2019
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Author Biography

Hello everybody,
This is my autobiography of my life. What makes it so unique is that it also has a story of how I believe that i'm the messiah with the communication with god and how he helps Scott Chally comes up with a new world order to establish for the people of world peace. It makes you wonder if this is really so, with looking at what Scott Chally writes for the New World Order. You Will See Heaven is here when reading the ending of the book to see how the people will live in the future. This I recommend this should be placed on your list of books to read.

    Book Review

Reviewed by Rabia Tanveer for Readers' Favorite

Scott Chally Believes! by Scott Leroy Chally is the author's autobiography as he takes readers down memory lane and candidly shares his best and worst moments with them; the high and the lows of his life. From early childhood to adulthood, the author shares every poignant moment of his life that made him Scott Chally. His story begins in a small town in Iowa where he learns to be himself while he also indulges in teenage shenanigans. However, his life is changed when he enrolls in the military and is stationed in Germany. That is when he realizes what it is like to be an adult. He also shares the moment when he falls in love, becomes a father of 7, and discovers faith. He also shares when he is diagnosed with bipolar disease and his whole worldview shatters. The reader gets a first-hand experience of his shocking yet real life in the most personal way possible.

I love how unique the chapter names are; they give an idea of what the reader can find in the chapter and what it means for the story. I enjoyed how simple yet invigorating Scott Chally Believes! is. It provokes the reader, nudges them, and makes them wonder what can they change in their own lives. Scott’s story is touching, but it is also wonderful. His life is a colorful kaleidoscope that consists of adventure, love, family, fear, and heartbreak too. The author shares his life, his thoughts, and his ideas in a very simple yet effective way. It breaks the ice, makes the reader feel like a part of the stories the author shares, and overall makes sure the reader is not going anywhere until they reach the end.

Christian Sia

Scott Chally Believes! by Scott Leroy Chally is an unusual autobiography that follows the ordinary life of the author from childhood until he becomes an adult. Apart from sharing his life growing up in a small town in Iowa, the author shares some of the difficult moments of his life, including being diagnosed with bipolar, a burning house, getting run over by a car, getting into trouble with the law and joining the army to participate in Desert Shield and Desert Storm.

Readers follow the author in his relationships until he meets and marries a foreign woman with whom he has seven kids. He starts a business, does odd jobs, and files for bankruptcy. But the story takes an unexpected turn when he discovers the power of the Bible. Now he must ask very important questions and the direction the Bible offers is surprising. Hence begins a journey towards peace and inner freedom, a tale of redemption and love.

While I enjoyed the narrative from the start until the protagonist turns thirty-five, it is the spiritual aspect of this autobiography, Scott Leroy Chally's quest for union with God, that sets it apart. Told with unusual candor and honesty, the story follows a man's journey from an ordinary citizen struggling with the challenges of life to finding meaning in spiritual longing. The pacing may seem slow to start but the reader can't help being curious as they follow the author from page to page. Scott Chally Believes! is as entertaining as it is inspiring.