From the innocence of youth, to the blood curdling realities of war, Hart Goodloe proved through the entirety of his life that the world is larger than one man. His life also gave testament to the idea that if a life is lived correctly, one man can leave an indelible mark on the lives of others. Goodloe is a story of timeless love, breathtaking pain and quiet redemption. From its inception, the novel takes the reader on a journey commencing in the quiet town of Danville, Kentucky in the late 1800s and follows a course through the bloody fields of France during WWI, the Great Depression and small town American life. Following the life of a surgeon and a humanist, Goodloe weaves an intricate tale colored by the life of his wife, Hattie and a bond of love that proved eternal.