The legend lives on in this remarkable and inspiring memoir by a remarkable and inspiring man -- Arthur Ashe, tennis champion, social activist, AIDS victim, man of courage and grace to the very end. Born into the segregated South, an intruder in the white world of tennis, Ashe learned early the lessons of racism while developing into one of his generation's greatest players and winning three Grand Slam events. Ashe was America's Davis Cup captain when, in 1983, from a transfusion during a bypass operation, he was infected with the AIDS virus... which wasn't discovered until 1988. He then transferred the brilliance and power that made him a great tennis champion to the championship of great causes: justice for black men and women, the fight against prejudice, the fight against AIDS. In Days of Grace, we learn about the athlete, the husband, the father, the activist -- we learn about Arthur Ashe the man. An extraordinary audiobook, an extraordinary man.