The touching conclusion to the poignant tale of a young boy’s sense of loss, grief and ultimate healing, Fare Thee Well, Harvey’s Creek completes a year in the life of Stu Carter, Jr. begun in the novel Up Harvey’s Creek. Forced to leave his home in the hills of West Virginia because of his father’s inability to cope with the memories of four years of combat in WWII, Stu, Jr. and his family struggle to retain their relationships even as the family dissolves. Seen and narrated by young Stu, Fare Thee Well, Harvey’s Creek evokes a time and place of terrible sadness, yet much humor. It is both a tale of human frailty and resilience.
Fare Thee Well, Harvey’s Creek
The touching conclusion to the poignant tale of a young boy’s sense of loss, grief and ultimate healing.
Karl L. Stewart
6 x 9
About the Author
Award winning author, KARL STEWART, was raised in the hills of post-WWII West Virginia, and moved to Wisconsin in his teen years, attending a Catholic seminary. Upon leaving the seminary, he enlisted in the U.S. Army in 1966, serving as a communications sergeant in the elite Green Beret... Read More