The man thought he had beaten Calvin Taft and had removed his will to resist. But the man didn't realize the depth of the boy with whom he dealt. Nor did he realize the power that would come to the boy’s aid.
Stripped of his former wealth, with only the medallion to remind him of his past, Calvin draws on inner spiritual strength he doesn't realize he possesses. He finds love and self-esteem where he least expects it, and overcomes challenges that would break many grown men. (Publisher website)