Branko is back from the pages of Stuart
Towers historical epic, The Wayfarers.
This is the riveting, behind-the-headlines story
of a history youll not believe was
forgotten. And it is the adventurous life of an
iconic character youll swear is real!
In today's fast-paced, electronic society,
plain old-fashioned, captivating story-telling is
rare. In The Wayfarers, Stuart Tower has
done just that.
||(on Stuart Tower's previous novel and
Witnessing the brutal massacre that takes his
family, six-year old Branko Horvitch survives and
goes on to a childhood fraught with abusive
relatives and unspeakable Tsarist orphanages. But
the story of Branko Horvitch is not one of
despair and destruction; it is a celebration of
unyielding determination in the face of
near-overwhelming challenges. From a tragic
beginning to the heights of American political
power, this is a taste of a bitter-sweet, but
never bland life. His is a world beset by
disastrous global wars, changing societies,
economic depressions and iconic figures from the
pages of history. Surrounded by pathos and chaos,
his pursuits in life bring with them unexpected
romance and humor.
Spanning the globe, it is a story grounded in the
reality of extensive research and offers insights
into history not usually reported. But above and
beyond this, the saga of Branko is a gripping
portrayal of a truly altruistic advocate in his
finest hours, thriving in the shadow of the very
future he helps to shape.
For more background details on the publication of
Branko, see the Lighthouse Press PRESS
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