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The Sorting Tree

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They raced through childhood on the bare backs of horses as though Life was leaving them and they must rush.

Paul, Ben, Eve: children of the 1960s in Virginia’s grand estate country. Loyalty, love and a reckless heart collide with times of change and trouble.

Paul’s wealth... Ben’s sacrifice... Eve’s insurgent nature.... Not these nor anything could break the springtide bonds of these children of summer; not the clash of hard convictions, nor atrocity of war, nor rage of revolution.

It’s only love that can divide where love burns bright, the master of itself. Even death must bow to it: For in our truest moments we love most. And in our truest moments, we live on.

237 pages, ebook

Published May 18, 2017

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T.A. Barnes

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June 16, 2017
Beautifully written. This book made me wish I was with Ben, Eve and Paul riding past the Sorting Tree. It is a well told coming of age story that I couldn't put down, and that I was sorry to see end.
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