Sons In The Shadow: Surviving the Family Busines As an SOB (Son of the Boss) Revised 2012 Edition

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“Sons in the Shadow is a wonderful book.” – P. J. O’Rourke, Author

"It's a gripping human drama." Award-winning author and
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About Roy H. Park, Jr.

Roy H. Park, Jr. is currently president and chairman of Park Outdoor Advertising of New York, Inc., and was a trustee and first
Vice-president of Park Foundation, Inc. for eight years before becoming president and chairman of Triad Foundation, Inc. in 2003. A trustee of Cornell University from 1999 - 2007, he is now a trustee emeritus and presidential councillor, and as a member of the Advisory Council of The Johnson Graduate School of Management since 1996, was inducted into its Hall of Honor in 2004. In 2005 he received a Distinguished Alumnus Award from U.C. Chapel Hill.

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Review by: Adelaide Brice on Nov. 30, 2010 :
Well written. Makes you take a deeper look at your own family relationships...
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Review by: Roger R. Fernandez on Nov. 29, 2010 :
“Sons in the Shadow” is a wonderful book, written with a very daring sense of honesty. It embodies a genuine study of the family life of a dedicated businessman…, father-son relationship. I was also delighted to read about other relationships with businessmen such as Donald Trump.

This book constitutes a fascinating, entertaining and compelling story of challenges, success and frustrations of a perceptive and compassionate man who can touch the reader’s heart when counseling his son that “God has given us a soul” and we must give back to God what we received from Him… Very moving and enjoyable read!
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Review by: Ramona Swann on Nov. 19, 2010 :
"Sons in The Shadow" is well written and tells 2 tales - one of a difficult father/son relationship and one of how the business operates in the advertising world. I found the father's letter to his son full of excellent advice but lacking in affection - Roy Jr. makes up for his father's insensitive side and the poems are touching and heartfelt. As an avid dog lover I connected with his love for animals and understanding of the bond that exists between people and their pets.
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