Have you ever felt left out and like you can't do anything about it? Like you can't control your life? That's how Tim Howard felt in the beginning of this great book called The Keeper by Tim Howard with Ali Benjamin. Now, this isn't a story about how no matter what happens, Tim Howard will always come out on top. It's not a story about Tim Howard saving every single shot that comes his way. This book is real life. This shows how life isn't always sunshine and rainbows. Especially for Tim Howard. You see, Tim Howard has a disease called TS,(Tourette syndrome.). That makes the protagonist and antagonist of this book, Tim Howard, because when he was a kid, he always tried to hide his disease and he was always fighting with himself, trying to not let the disease control him. That's one conflict in this book that gets resolved by Tim as an adult becoming open about his Tourette syndrome, so kids around the world can have an easier time dealing with it than he did. Another conflict is when Tim gets benched for one mistake on Manchester United and he doesn't think that's fair, so he goes to play for Everton as the starting goalie. The conflict gets resolved in a game pitting Manchester United against Everton, but you'll have to read the book to see how it gets resolved. This book shows around a 35-40 year portion of Tim Howard's still continuing life. If you love soccer like I do or even if you don't this book has an amazing and inspiring story, because there's just as many bad moments in his life as good which makes this book real, true and a big recommend.