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- Print Length: 348 pages
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- Publication Date: February 11, 2014
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B00IELACJG
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Roland has some adventures along the way, playing in a cemetery and finding relics on a Civil War battlefield but he must also deal with some dilemmas of his own; very real dilemmas for an eight year old boy. The story itself was very well written. I would highly recommend this book.
Mostly religious lessons, and somewhat confusing for a young person with all its rituals that seemed to get in the way of actually being a christian. Roland slowly comes to recognize that his grandfather’s philosophy that ‘all things work for the good for those who seek good’ is the best one for him to model his life on and manages to resist the hypocrisy of the adults around him.
I thoroughly enjoyed this little trip down memory lane. I did not grow up in rural America but rest assured, the grownups in Africa were just as demanding and controlling and sometimes just plain deluded as the characters surrounding Roland McCray in the 1960’s.
This book is an enjoyable and easy to read collection of stories about growing up and reconciliation of religious beliefs and values with life issues. I highly recommend it.