Blue To Remember [NOOK Book]

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The Old Man?s Story

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Overview

The Old Man’s Story

“The Boy’s in the dream. It eats at me, his death. I don’t know why. There were so many others.”

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The Old Man never got over the Boy’s death. Haunted by nightmares of a cruel war that snuffed out so many lives and crippled by his time in the prison camps, he did his best to move on. But always the Boy’s face returned and a gnawing inside that somebody, somewhere was lookin’.

Yet it will take a strange twist of fate and a long trip back to where it all began for the Old Man to find healing.

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Tad’s Story

Our hearts joined then. Tied by some invisible force, I couldn’t think of anythin’ but her. Couldn’t we stay there forever? Couldn’t it be just us? Openin’ my arms, I pulled her up against me and lay my cheek on the top of her head. Her heartbeat pulsed steady against my own.

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Beth Sanders was the most beautiful girl Tad had ever seen. Forget they met when she fell in the creek. It was love at first sight. Courtship follows, a beautiful wedding, and the birth of their first child.

Yet all is not rosy. Somewhere in the background remains the hatred of one woman and the constant reappearance of jars of strawberry jam.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940148645320
  • Publisher: Suzanne D Williams
  • Publication date: 8/9/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 302 KB

Meet the Author

Suzanne D. Williams is a native Floridian, wife, mother, photographer, and writer. She is the author of both nonfiction and fiction books. She writes a monthly column for Steves-Digicams.com on the subject of digital photography, as well as devotionals and instructional articles for various blogs. She also does graphic design for self-publishing authors.

To learn more about what she’s doing visit or link with her on Facebook at
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  • Posted September 11, 2013

    Blue to Remember by Suzanne D. Williams is a very good story tha

    Blue to Remember by Suzanne D. Williams is a very good story that touches the heart. The book begins with The Old Man’s story and ends with Tad’s Story. The story begins during the Civil War when The Old Man and several young men are sitting around in a southern military prison waiting for The Boy to die from his battle wounds. Eventually the Old Man and the other soldiers are released from prison but he cannot forget the young Boy that died asking for his mother. The Old Man has trouble adjusting to life back at home and he is constantly upset by the nightmares that come so often. The nightmares are always about the young Boy that died in the prison camp and the Old Man just cannot forget the Boy’s death.. Through a strange twist of fate the Old Man travels back to where the young Boy is buried and hopefully he will gain relief from his sorrow and pain.
    The second half of the story is about Tad, the Old Man’s son. He meets Beth, the sister of The Boy, and thinks that she is the most beautiful girl he has ever seen. Their meeting was quite unusual, she fell in the creek and he rescued her. For Tad, it was love at first sight and soon they were married and in time they celebrated the birth of their first child. Tad and Beth are very happy but they are not sure how to deal with the hatred of a woman in the community and the strange appearance of jars of strawberry jam.




    The author did an excellent job with the characters, dialogue, plot, and scene descriptions. The people were so real that I felt as if I knew everyone of them personally. I could almost feel the Old Man’s pain and wanted to be able to help him find peace in his life. I also felt the pain of The Boy’s mother and father as they tried to find closure in the death of their son in the war prison camp. All the characters simply came to life on the pages of the book and they were so well developed that I felt involved in their lives and wanted to help them but there were two to whom I would have liked to deal out some kind of punishment. The plot had a few twists and turns which added greatly to my enjoyment of the book. There was even some suspense which centered around the strange appearance of jars of strawberry jam in odd places. There was also a little surprise when I finally realized the connection between The Old Man, Tad, and The Boy. All the scenes were so well described that I could see in my mind exactly what was going on and even felt as if I were right in the middle of the action. I really liked how love for others was so prominent in the book and that the love of God was woven throughout the book.




    I highly recommend this book to everyone who likes a great story with a good bit of history and a Christian setting.




    Thanks to the author, Suzanne D. Williams, for providing me with a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own.

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