Author(s): Suzanne Clark
The year is 1896, and young Will is his father’s constant companion as the family struggles to make a living on a stubborn pioneer farm. Then fate strikes an unkind blow, and life changes in ways that the Tyrrell family could not have imagined.
Will grows from troubled boyhood to a young man, looked down upon by those who judge according to the prejudice of the day. A force to be reckoned with, Will fights adversity at every turn as he strives to make his way in the world, turn his dream into reality, and find people he can trust.
“Our deeds still travel with us . . . and what we have been makes us what we are.” George Eliot, 1892