Book: Crossing Rivers by Larry Yokecategories: Book, American Story, Mid-West, Midwest History, Family Roots, Father Son, Relationships, Family Saga
Larry Yokeabout this book: A Midwest kid who got into trouble and turned it all around, Hunter may finally get to do what he's always wanted. The business is doing well, Bonnie can handle it with a little help. Can Hunter turn it over to her and focus only on writing? He's not sure.
A summons comes from his mother. She wants Hunter to stay with her and explore the family history. His relatives are getting older, she feels it's time for him to hear what they can tell him. The two different branches of his family have markedly divergent histories. Hunter will discover some shocking details.
Staying with his mother opens the subject of his relationship with his father. The things he learns, both good and bad, reshape his view of the man.
A family saga with deep roots in the prior history of the heart of the country, Crossing Rivers is a story of revelation and acceptance, restoration of a father-son bond.
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