SummaryIt is 1940 and a tragedy sends two young children, Lou and her little brother Oz, along with their invalid mother from New York, to the rugged mountains of Southwestern Virginia to live with their great-grandmother Louisa Mae Cardinal. This story is told with both heart-breaking elegance and large doses of toughing humor as the lives of Lou and Oz are forever changed. The story flows through swells of prejudice, innocence, greed, faith, and the question of whether one can ever wish another well.
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