My Shadow Ran Fast

My Shadow Ran Fast

Bill Sands / Sep 17, 2019

My Shadow Ran Fast Who was Bill Sands By his nineteenth birthday he was doing three consecutive life terms in San Quentin He admitted that he was on his way to committing murder if he hadn t been stopped Thirty years la

  • Title: My Shadow Ran Fast
  • Author: Bill Sands
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  • Page: 372
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  • Who was Bill Sands By his nineteenth birthday he was doing three consecutive life terms in San Quentin He admitted that he was on his way to committing murder if he hadn t been stopped Thirty years later he was a successful businessman, a famous speaker and the author of a bestselling book Along the way he had been a pilot, a boxer, a comedian and a diamond miner BillWho was Bill Sands By his nineteenth birthday he was doing three consecutive life terms in San Quentin He admitted that he was on his way to committing murder if he hadn t been stopped Thirty years later he was a successful businessman, a famous speaker and the author of a bestselling book Along the way he had been a pilot, a boxer, a comedian and a diamond miner Bill Sands died in 1969, but he left behind as his legacy this exciting story of his life so that others may benefit from his incredible experiences Who was Napoleon Hill As a lecturer, author and advisor to two Presidents, he devoted his life to creating a formula for success, consisting of 17 principles anyone can learn His success system unleashes your power to control your life just as Bill Sands did Why read this book Bill Sand s bestselling life story demonstrates the power of applying Napoleon Hill s formula for success So that you can see exactly how this happened, this new edition contains a special introduction and chapter notes explaining exactly which of Hill s principles Sands used or abused Whatever your mind can conceive and believe, you can achieve The Napoleon Hill Foundation is a non profit charitable educational organization dedicated to disseminating the works of Napoleon Hill in an effort to make a better world for this and future generations.

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    1. Michael AdkinsPrd 7 EnglishNovember 12th 2011Book Review: My Shadow Ran Fast by Bill Sands191 pages My Shadow Ran Fast is the autobiography of Bill Sands a troubled adolescent who throughout his life learns the truth about today’s prison and rehabilitation. The story starts out during Bills abusive childhood in which one night Bills mother wakes him up and brings him into their houses library. There the dreadful new is delivered of Bills mom and dad getting divorced and from their Bills life s [...]

    2. I met Bill Sands when he came to speak about his life in prison at the high school. My mother was instrumental in getting to come to Phillipsburg, Kansas, so I was also privileged to spend time speaking to him as we drove him around town. Great book!

    3. I read this story long ago when I was a young man. A very powerful story of abuse, anger, and violence that somehow turned to redemption -- it has stuck with me ever since.

    4. Read this when I was kid, maybe 5th or 6th grade. It was eye-opening. It was one of the first "adult" books I read. The vivid portrayals of abuse were riveting and frightening. His adventures abroad inspired me and aroused my imagination. The real take-away, and the reason I still remember this book, is that it endowed me with an understanding of what causes delinquency and criminality, and how it can be overcome.As a fledgling public defender, and maybe this book is partly responsible for my em [...]

    5. It took me three months to get to this neighborhood book club book, but once I started I had to finish it in one sitting. This is the autobiography of Bill Sands, who has done almost everything there is to do in life: he has been a race car driver, comedian, pilot, dance studio owner, swim instructor, soldier, oil man, and construction manager just to name a few. But he started out the spoiled and abused only child of two politicians, eventually ending up in prison for armed robbery. The warden [...]

    6. I think people should read this book because it has a good moral to it. My Shadow Ran Fast shows the reader that no matter how bad life is, a person should not give up but keep going and use what was bad to motivate him. Bill Sands goes to help other people who are in jail and are going through what he went through which helps them realize there can be a good ending to things. I like the style of Bill Sand’s writing because he tells it like it is. He does not try to give the reader the soft a [...]

    7. Nowadays, book stores are filled with books of redemption. Not so much in the sixties when this book was written in simple, clear and unapologetic language. Sands, a punk and petty criminal on the fast track to oblivion is "saved" by prison. Likely to die or kill on the streets if not arrested, Sands rehabilitation was so dramatic that he was released from a life sentence after less than three years. I read this many years ago and it has been mostly lost in the onrush of other books, but it has [...]

    8. This biography follows the life of Bill Sands. Raised in an upper-middle-class but brutally abusive household, by nineteen he was a vicious punk and stickup artist who was on his way to becoming a murderer if he hadn’t been caught by the police. The judge gave him a sentence that could have kept him behind bars in San Quentin for life. What finally changed Bill is what made this a truely inspiring read.

    9. I haven't read this book for many years, but the things this man went through in his life and how it all ended up are really an amazing story. I can not recommend the book because it's been more than 10 years since I read it and cannot say as to how graphic it is or how well written it is. According to my memory, I loved the book and could not believe that it is autobiographical, it reads like fiction.

    10. I have very vivid memories of reading this book in the eigth grade. The book has images of abuse that still haunt me today. I wish certain adults would be more careful about the type of literature they recommend to children. I've heard many teachers, and other adults, say that they don't really care what kids read, as long as they read. This book is a good example of why I adamantly disagree.

    11. This book was very intriguing. It is a man who landed himself in prison when he was still a teenager. It describes how he changed and how he found meaning in life. I felt like it got a bit slow for a while, but I really liked the principles it taught about our power to change and our power to help people.

    12. Bill Sand's story influenced me when I read this, while I was a senior in HS, and still influences me now. About 45 years later. He travelled down a hard road, one I would certainly not want to emulate, and was surprisingly upbeat about it all. With an attitude of, here is what happened, there were the consequences for me, and yes -- I survived.

    13. True story of a man who turned his life around after spending most of his life in prison. He spoke at Abilene High School in the mid 1960's. After hearing him, I read the book and enjoyed his story again.

    14. I read this memoir in high school around the same time I read Go Ask Alice. Bill Sands describes how he rehabilitated in prison. I remember not wanting to put this book down.

    15. An inspirational book written by and ex-con by the name of Bill Sands. A good insight into the difficulties when trying to change a criminal lifestyle.

    16. My grandmother knew him.She always loved this book.She always spoke highly of his book. I nver read it. I will now

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