Where will the wind blow next?
New York City, 1871. Fourteen-year-old Dane Weston comes home to an empty apartment. A gang of teenage boys has murdered his family, shattering his dream of becoming a doctor. Driven to the streets with other homeless waifs, Dane’s new occupation is begging for food. Worse things await—misunderstandings, imprisonment, and separation from his pretty orphan friend, Tharyn. The gentle breezes of the country seem worlds away, but still they sigh the poor boy’s name. . .
Whispers in the wind
I never knew about orphan trains and the impact it had on settling the west. If only we had this kind of character in our society today. Thanks to the Lacys for bringing so much wonderful information about the past.It really brings to light all that we are missing today because we have chosen to bury the great Biblical principles which made our country like no other.