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Harvester of Hope: Learning to Live
Harvester of Hope: Learning to Live

Harvester of Hope: Learning to Live

Product ID : 36473292
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Galleon Product ID 36473292
UPC / ISBN 1719869812
Shipping Weight 0.9 lbs
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Binding: Paperback
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Shipping Dimension 8.5 x 5.39 x 0.71 inches
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Author Patrick McKinney
Number Of Pages 283
Publication Date 2018-08-27

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About Harvester Of Hope: Learning To Live

Chief Warrant Officer Bryce 'Bear' Barrett is only spoken of in hushed tones by the people of Afghanistan who refer to him and his sniper spotter as Khamosh Sapahi, the Silent Warriors.Although Chief Bear has learned to survive combat, living life is his greatest struggle. His wartime victories are shadowed by his failing marriage and family. Bryce and his wife Maci find themselves far apart even when not separated by repeated combat deployments. In their case, absence makes the heart grow harder, not fonder.When tragedy hits, Bryce loses his best friend, Maci cannot understand how Bryce fears being husband and father more than he fears a firefight, and Maci's friend Lora becomes a young widow without home or community.Bryce Barrett and a group of fellow Army and Marine veterans, looking for a reprieve from the responsibilities and burdens of life, begin a ride to the annual 10 day long motorcycle rally in Sturgis, South Dakota. Their road trip turns into a journey of healing and self-discovery as they experience the America that they believed had forgotten them, and are forced to overcome adversities that expose truths about their humanity.The healing power of love, brotherhood, and sisterhood begin to bind wounds of war. As the road trip nears its end Bryce is uncertain if there will be anyone at home to return to, or if he is too late.Harvester of Hope reflects the resilience of the military family and the healing power of love and understanding.