Tony Scott Beasley The Winding Road

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The Winding Road is an inspiring story of a post Civil War family. The Wests lived in Prince George Parrish, Georgetown, South Carolina, near the banks of Black River. John West survives the Civil War as a Confederate soldier and is glad to be back home with his wife and family. Thomas Hendrix, a fellow Confederate soldier, recently released from a Union Prison camp, visits John on his way back home to Georgia. When John West's youngest son, Phillip, decides to visit Statesboro with Thomas, passing through Charleston and Savannah, the course of his future changed forever. Based on true events, there are many dramatic moments throughout mixed with love, passion, tragedy, and hope. The Winding Road seeks to capture the West family history in such a way as to capture the imagination of the reader. You will be taken on a covered wagon trip across rivers, feel the experience of traveling along country roads and towns near the Atlantic ocean, invited to attend an outdoor wedding overlooking Mill Creek, chase a coon with a dog named Tony through the Ogeechee River swamp, witness the tragedy of a murdered brother, brought to tears by the separation of a mother from her children, feel the warmth and love of a grandmother towards her family, and made to look within yourself and determine what really matters. A heart-warming novel and one that touches on the human emotions, The Winding Road is a book that will be read for generations.

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