Climbing Higher

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New American Library, 2005 - Biography & Autobiography - 225 pages
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In 1999, after almost twenty years of symptoms, Montel Williams, a decorated naval officer and Emmy Award-winning talk show host, was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. He was struck with denial, fear, depression, and anger, and now he's battling back. Graced with strong values, courage, and hard-won wisdom, he shares his insights in this powerful book on the divergent roads a life can take, and recounts how he rose to meet the challenges he's faced. Surprising, searing, and deeply personal, Climbing Higher is as honest and inspiring as its author.

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User Review  - RPerritt - LibraryThing

This book was really inspirational. Even though Montel has gone through so much hardship in his life, he still continues to fight for himself as well as others. He really seems to be a great guy. Read full review

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It is a very good book and touching. It gives you a look at the real person and lets you know that even someone that is famous can go through dark times. Read full review

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Montel Williams has established himself as a top player in the competitive daytime talk show arena since his debut in 1991. He is also a decorated former Naval intelligence officer and a renowned motivational speaker, author, actor, and philanthropist. He is the creator of The Montel Williams MS Foundation.

Lawrence Grobel has written for many publications and has interviewed everyone from Truman Capote, Marlon Brando and Barbra Streisand to Halle Berry and Drew Barrymore. The author of The Art of the Interview, Grobel teaches at UCLA.

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