Shad

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Tate Publishing, 2011 - Fiction - 318 pages
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...'At the top of another small mountain Shad looked down a vertical bluff into a large pool of water. Closer examination revealed no possible way off the bluff in either direction. Shad backtracked himself to a large oak tree and climbed it. He inched down a huge limb and leaped into another tree which reached the edge of the bluff. Praying for deep water, Shad leaped into the air over the pool.' Given an illegal education by a widowed Swedish immigrant in a savage land Shad, a slave boy, rises to be virtual master of a huge Plantation, until everything he knows and loves is sucked into the maelstrom of the Civil War. Chased by brutal slave catchers across a war torn and hostile South, Shad struggles to survive. Dreaming of returning to the beautiful Bekah and the ones he loves, Shad must face and conquer many challenges.
 

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Contents

CHAPTER 1
7
CHAPTER 2
15
CHAPTER 3
27
CHAPTER 4
37
CHAPTER 5
41
CHAPTER 6
49
CHAPTER 7
57
CHAPTER 8
61
CHAPTER 20
163
CHAPTER 21
173
CHAPTER 22
191
CHAPTER 23
205
CHAPTER 24
219
CHAPTER 25
231
CHAPTER 26
239
CHAPTER 27
251

CHAPTER 9
69
CHAPTER 10
81
CHAPTER 11
91
CHAPTER 12
99
CHAPTER 13
109
CHAPTER 14
117
CHAPTER 15
121
CHAPTER 16
127
CHAPTER 17
133
CHAPTER 18
147
CHAPTER 19
157
CHAPTER 28
259
CHAPTER 29
267
CHAPTER 30
277
CHAPTER 31
287
CHAPTER 32
291
CHAPTER 33
295
CHAPTER 34
303
CHAPTER 36
311
CHAPTER 37
315
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