The Long March Home

Born in the hills of South Carolina, Ben Jameson, an illiterate young man of eighteen, finds himself volunteering in the burgeoning Confederate army with the nation on the verge of a civil war, after a horrible tragedy leaves him and his siblings orphaned.

Although he makes lasting friendships along the way, he struggles with his beliefs, trusting God, and the ways of war.

During one of the bloodiest battles, the Battle of Shiloh, Ben is fatally wounded and left for dead, lost, paralyzed, and with no memory. Can an unlikely stranger from his past bring him healing, renew his faith in God, and get him back home whole again?


--Hannah N. Foust