As James recounts the memories he has of his family and his life he takes readers through the many facets of living. His highs and lows as so similar yet so different from many others.
Walk with James though his teenage years and remember when life was simpler, harsher, and yet so much more.
Reading this book brought back thousands of memories for me. I grew up in a town not very far from Harper’s Ferry, and though it was several years later, not so very different.
There is just something a bit different about being in the eastern panhandle of West Virginia. In some ways you’re so close to the city but there seems to be a line that holds you and the past in place. There is a peacefulness that prevails. When I go home and cross that state line the stresses seem to melt away and a feeling of a simpler time prevail.
|Author:||John Michael Cummings|
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