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Reviewed by Ruffina Oserio for Readers' Favorite
Confrontations: No Challenge Too Tough by Don Williamson is a memoir for those seeking motivation in life, an inspiring story of one man’s ascent, a story of his relentless struggle to create the life he’s always dreamt about. The reader follows a man who once lived from paycheck to paycheck on his rise to becoming a multimillionaire. In this book, the reader understands the author’s vision in life, his Jesuit-inspired mission to become a “man for others” and how he served as a lawyer, especially with the Grand Jury that investigated boss John V. Kenney, a successful defense of an accused Nazi war criminal, the exposure of a CIA Director of Operations, and many more. Did the author merit the Humanitarian Award or was it a sham? This story will tell!
Each day one reads about a life that touches people and speaks volumes. Sometimes one reads a book that completely questions one’s perspective and purpose in life, and Don Williamson’s memoir is such a book. Reading through this book, one is confronted with many moral and spiritual questions, and feels literally compelled to examine one’s conscience vis-à-vis the choices one makes in life. Confrontations: No Challenge Too Tough is a book that contains many lessons for readers and I enjoyed the author’s sense of justice, his belief in the rewards of hard work, his relentless determination to succeed, his focus, and his willingness to be of service to others. These are values that have contributed to shape his humanity and to keep him going, in spite of the huge challenges before him. This is a story that is as encouraging and as motivational as it is inspiring.