Spring's Gentle Promise

Spring's Gentle Promise

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"In the dimness of the early morning I could see field after neighborhood field as I let my gaze wander around me. First there was ours, I supposed I would always think of the farm as ours, Grandpa's, Uncle Charlie's and mine, though in truth it really was just mine now. Guess that was one of the reasons I was whistling. Just yesterday Grandpa and Uncle Charlie had signed all the official papers to make the farm mine, really and legally mine. Joshua Chadwick Jones they read, clear as could be. The full impact had yet to hit me. But I was excited. Really excited. I mean, what other fella my age had a farm his own, title clear and paid for? I sobered down a bit. It was a big responsibility. I mean, I was the one who had to make the farm bring forth now. Had to support Grandpa and Uncle Charlie and myself ... And adding to the challenge was a desire for a family of my own ..."
Publisher: [Ashland, Or.] : Blackstone Audio Inc., 2000
ISBN: 9780786151073
0786151072
Additional Contributors: Gavin, Marguerite

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Oct 23, 2015

I have read many stories having to do with the dust bowl years, but never one which touched me as much as Spring's gentle promise. Perhaps because the previous books had brought me so much into the lives of the characters, I felt almost like I was living through that time, dreading that they might lose the farm, wondering if they would make it through. My grandfather worked in the government programs of the 30's, and this made me wonder about his experience too. I really liked this book. The epilogue brought tears to my eyes. I recommend the whole series.

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