Boone - the Early Years

by Ernest Bywater

Copyright© 2016 by Ernest Bywater

Action/Adventure Story: A fire destroys a farm in Virginia, so the family is moving west. Except the youngest is too ill to travel when it's time to leave. The boy and his grandmother stay behind to follow later. It takes so long for him to recover the two don't go west, and find local employment. A decade later rising political problems cause the young man and his grandmother to make a decision about their future. They'll go west, but it isn't that simple, or an easy journey. Written in US English - 72,700 words.

Tags: Politics   Violence   Historical   Western   Rags to Riches  


All rights reserved © 2016 by Ernest Bywater

This is a work of fiction. All the characters and events portrayed in this book are fictional, and any resemblance to real people or incidents is purely coincidental. All rights are reserved by the author, including the right to reproduce this book or portions thereof in any form.

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Cover Art

The images are Original Henry.jpg from Henry Repeating Arms (is used with their permission), CoachGun.jpg by Commander Zulu (is used with his permission), and Convertremwib.jpg by Michael E. Cumpston (placed in the public domain by him). The adding of text, manipulation, and merging is done by Ernest Bywater.

6 October 2017 Edition

This story is written in US English.

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