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Book Review: Guilty Til' Proven Innocent

Reviewed by: Ben Howard

Rating: 9.5/10

Guilty Til' Proven Innocent: Living in a prison camp and meeting Brilliant Minds by Roger W Upchurch is a captivating memoir that takes readers on a rollercoaster journey through the author's life. From his humble beginnings as a custom home builder to his rise as a successful entrepreneur, this book offers a unique perspective on the highs and lows of the author's experiences.


What sets this book apart is the author's candid writing style. Roger's storytelling is engaging and honest, allowing readers to connect with his personal journey on a deep level. The book delves into the author's involvement in the manufacturing of synthetic marijuana and his subsequent encounter with the DEA, which led to his time in a prison camp. The raw emotions and vivid descriptions make the reader feel as if they are experiencing the events alongside the author.


One of the standout aspects of Guilty Til' Proven Innocent is the author's ability to highlight the importance of meeting brilliant minds. Throughout the book, Roger shares his encounters with influential individuals and the impact they had on his life. These interactions not only provide fascinating anecdotes but also offer valuable insights and lessons for readers.


Reading Guilty Til' Proven Innocent offers numerous benefits. Firstly, it provides a unique perspective on the criminal justice system and the challenges faced by those who find themselves on the wrong side of the law. The book sheds light on the realities of prison life and the resilience required to navigate such a difficult environment.


Additionally, the book serves as a source of inspiration for readers. Roger's journey from success to adversity and his subsequent decision to start a charity and help others is truly inspiring. The author's resilience and determination to turn his life around serve as a powerful reminder that it is never too late to make a positive impact.


In conclusion, Guilty Til' Proven Innocent: Living in a prison camp and meeting Brilliant Minds is a compelling memoir that offers a unique perspective on the author's life. Roger's candid writing style, coupled with his ability to share valuable insights and lessons, makes this book a must-read. Whether you are interested in the criminal justice system, entrepreneurship, or personal growth, this book has something to offer. I highly recommend picking up a copy and immersing yourself in this captivating story.

10 April 2024

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