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Weary Bones

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Set in the future, Weary bones is the first tale of an ambitious young reporter from Ithaca, New York whose future depends on his next big scoop. John Walden Steinberg III is about to uncover the most sacred and earth shattering account of his life.

Weary Bones is a tale of two protagonists, in which the rediscovering of the history of one, Samuel Yordy, is a savior for th...more
ebook, First Edition, 262 pages
Published August 4th 2012 by Smashwords
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Jillian
I picked up this book after being attracted to the story outline. It is about a journalist, who is at risk of losing his job, how he discovers "the most thought-provoking story of his career, found in the most unusual place".

This story is a combination of adventure, as well as slight religion, as the person the journalist writes about, was a religious Amish legacy Samuel Yordy. Somehow, the journalist encounters people who knew Samuel Yordy personally, which provides him with first-hand informa...more
Stephanie Maddux
This is a fantastic read for anyone. This is a story about a looming job loss and maybe a marriage in turmoil, which all hinges on John, who needs to get that once in a life time scoop for his local newspaper. As a reporter, it is his job to chase after leads and stories. While on vacation to his in laws, he finds what he is looking for in a Christian store, an unbelievable story about a Samuel Yordy, a legend in Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania and his account of events that took place while traveling...more
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