A Christian coming-of-age tale from the award-winning author of The Pedestal.
Poverty has a way of stripping childhood of its dignity, a fact of life that Lincoln Chase knows all too well. Wearing thrift store clothes, praying to the gods of adolescence that some loud-mouthed kid doesn’t recognize his old shirt. Building up firewood reserves while other boys are out popping fly balls without a care in the world. It’s a relentless condition without a single redeeming quality.
Of course, being poor is something that Lincoln has had time to accept. That his father is a convicted murderer, on the other hand… well, that’s a fresh wound that’ll take some getting used to. And soon enough it’ll be the least of his problems.
Yet all is not lost. Because in a long neglected hayfield, something extraordinary is happening—something so contrary to human thinking that the rules of possibility begin to unravel. And for a boy like Lincoln, it doesn’t merely change the way he sees the world.
It changes everything.
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