In 1944 Jake Van Seters was arrested by the German authorities in the Netherlands. He received no trial, saw no judge, and was never informed of the reason for his arrest. He was simply locked away. After being transferred though a number of local concentration camps he was sent to a slave labour camp in eastern Germany to help fuel the German war machine. He was forced to work seven days a week in subhuman conditions. Like the other prisoners around him he received little food and no proper health care. While many prisoners perished in the camps, Jake survived. Fear No One is both the chronicle of his suffering and the story of his defiance. Gaining strength from his unwavering faith in God, Jake was unafraid of his captors and unwilling to simply be a victim. He fought against the system throughout his captivity and eventfully managed to escape to freedom. Now that 75 years have passed, Jake has had time to reflect on his experiences and share some of the lessons he learned with future generations.