James Johnson feeling more than a boy, but not quite a man, is not given much time to mourn his father's tragic passing before he is taught about his ancestors involvement in the past five hundred years of history. The American Revolution, Western Expansion, The Civil War, and The Great Depression, all secretly redirected by his ancestors in the Priesthood. With great trepidation James undergoes the training required to take his father's place as priest. After which his lineage and qualifications are validated at his ordination ceremony by the appearance of the ancient god of the Aztecs, Quetzalcoatl. Mystery and intrigue are interwoven with the pain of loss, the uncertainty of the future, teenage emotions, and the love of a strong family. Bringing a story to life revealing heroism, moral character, courage, and unwavering devotion to a cause.
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About the Author
E.E. Crowell was born in the Hudson River Valley of New York state, in the shadow of Washington Irving's tomb, who has inspired many to take pen in hand. Moving around the country, first to Cape Cod, then Boston, Massachusetts, and later to Chicago, Illinois and Atlanta, Georgia gave a growing youth a panoramic vista of how different people with various backgrounds can come together and thrive in the melting pot that is America. However it was the barefoot, dirt roads of rural south Alabama, while living with grandparents that provided the opportunity for a vivid imagination to develop unfettered. First a Masters of Education provided all the knowledge that was necessary to equip a writer then later a degree in philosophy revealed the knowledge yet to be attained. It has been said, "E.E. Crowell stitches together a story the way an enchanted weaver fashions a flying carpet"