The experiences of Jimmy Ray Lewis, a runner in the 104th Division of the United States in World War II, were shared by many during the worldwide conflict between the Allies and the Axis. This is the story of a common soldier who answered the call, did his duty, and went home to a new family and life.
Growing in a small Texas town in the midst of the Great Depression, pummeled by the mighty dust storms so devastating that the region was known as the “Dust Bowl”, and coping with a diagnosis of tuberculosis at age 15, Jimmy Ray Lewis and his family experienced hardship, loss, and community rejection. This audiobook is the story of forgiveness, family strength, and faith that life would be better if they could just “keep on keeping on”.
"Coming of Age during the Depression"