When Annie, a recent college graduate, moves into an old farmhouse up Black Hollow Road, she develops a friendship with an elderly man named Will. As they prepare for an upcoming celebration, Will shares significant stories about his life that transports Annie on adventures that encompass historical events such as surviving the Elkhorn Flood of 1901, being stranded with the Lost Battalion in the Argonne Forest, witnessing the collapse of the Silver Bridge, and the tradegy that forever changed Marshall University.
Tales from the past and from the present are woven together to ultimately offer readers a compelling picture of life in West Virginia, including occasional visits from the heavenly realm.
Will’s Journey (Angels of the Appalachians Book 3) renews the stories of Annie, Will, Erma, Pearl, and of course, Hank. If you enjoyed Angels of the Appalachians or Erma’s Attic, you are invited to explore this story that spans across decades. If you haven’t read the other books, don’t fret, because you will still find yourself wishing to call on the fine folks of the Appalachian Mountains to meet some of the angels who live there.
It’s time to kick off your shoes, relax for a spell, and meet the fine folks who make West Virginia so gloriously wild and wonderful.