The Youngest Son of a Millionaire
|Rating||:||4.24 (871 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||214 Pages|
A book on how my family went from building and owning two banks and so much more to seven children poor.This story is how after my father died and lawyers did some real bad shady things to his will which put my mother in control and a man she meet at a bar used my mothers alcoholism to steal what my family took a lifetime to build.
"A Definite Must Read" according to Mary. I am blown away by this book! It has everything a good read should have and it being a true story makes it even more shocking and amazing! I put the book down once to get a bite to eat and when I picked it back up I read until I hit the back cover! At times I found myself holding my breath in suspense! What a journey Paul has been on! If I were a book critic I'd give it 2 thumbs up! Bravo, Paul Ventura, Bravo!!. "A "Must Read" kind of book" according to Slocol. Disclaimer: Paul Ventura has done carpentry and other work in my home to my great satisfaction. He asked me to read his book (of which he is justly proud), and I volunteered to write a review in hopes of stimulating interest in his remarkable story. -Carol Sloane-Spurr The Youngest Son Of A Millionaire is a tale of misguided judgment, skulduggery, arrogance, disdain and moral neglect, and that's just the part about the lawyers! Paul Ventura's quest for justice and recompense for his family is told in his new book, written with heartfelt sincerity. His righteous indignation highlights every page, and you find you. J. Sand said Fascinating yet odd story. This is a fascinating story. I use the word, "story," literally. Some of the information strikes me as alleged and unproven and includes peoples' names. This could be a legal issue. Facts are one thing. Assumptions should be clarified as such.The book is organized well. The story flows logically and at a fast pace. The author could use some lessons in grammar and proof-reading, but this was a self-published effort written as a piece of life-story by an individual who is not a professional writer.There is something odd about the information presented. A careful reader would logically conclude that much has been p