Tom Brady is the youngest quarterback to ever win a Super Bowl. He's won three of them, actually, in just his first four years as a New England Patriots starter. And, oh yeah, he's been named MVP of the NFL's big dance - twice. Brady is also 9 play, the field general of an NFL-record 21, and the Joe Cool of high-pressure situations. Time and again, he makes fairy tales come true. Even as a California boy and Michigan Wolverine, Brady showed the dedication and character that propelled him from sixth-round draft pick to NFL champion by the age of 24. He's also remained humble, people say, despite becoming a pop culture phenomenon. Is he too good to be true? You might think so. But in this book you'll find that he's also human, and his amazing life's story is told candidly by some of the country's best reporters and photographers who cover him daily for The Boston Globe. Tom Brady, they say, is a legend in the making. Tom Brady is for real. Tom Brady embodies greatness because he's an ordinary man with an extraordinary gift for winning.