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The Journal of Virgil Fray Lovejoy, My struggle through the Civil War

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by: Christopher Jacobellis
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Publication Date: October 11, 2017
Book Size: 6" x 9"
Pages: 629
Binding: Perfect Bound
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Book Synopsis
The Journal of Virgil Fray Lovejoy is a gripping story of a young mans struggle to survive the Civil War. Virgil is a Southern boy raised in a religious family in Danville Virginia. Although his family is against slavery he see’s no choice in staying loyal to his state and joins the Confederate cause. He must struggle with the social norms of the day while dealing with personal tragedy. He loves a woman above his class from a slave holding family and eventually has to prove himself in battle. His life takes a serious turn and Virgil finds himself in the world of intrigue. He interacts with many of the prominent political and military figures of the Civil War. His life comes full circle over the 4 year period. Take a trip along side Virgil from Danville to upstate New York. Follow his life through triumph and tragedy. All the places and situations he finds himself in are based on actual historical places and events. The author presents this in journal form, often using mirth and human situations to teach a little history. Any lover of history will love this. Any lover of intrigue will love this. Any lover of the human condition will love this. In short, there is something for everyone in these pages.
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