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Book 4 of “The Youngest Mountain Man” series
At just 15 years-old, Levi Meadows has never had an easy life. Busting sod to farm the harsh prairie landscape is hard work—day in, and day out. It provides for his family, but at a high cost, and Levi would like nothing better then to avoid a future growing meager crops in an effort to survive. When an Indian raid destroys their homestead and robs him of his father, Levi must gather his mother and siblings and flee with them to the nearest military fort and safety.
Now the man of the family, Levi struggles to support them. His first faulting steps meet with fresh tragedy and a growing sense of urgency. When he meets a group of mountain men that are willing to help him learn the trade, it seems his prayers have been answered. In a single season of trapping, Levi could make more than enough to fill the belly’s of his kinfolk. More than his farmer father had ever dreamed of earning.
It might not be easy, judging by the weathered and hardy mountain men, but Levi is no stranger to hard work and in many ways this lucrative, and independent lifestyle appeals to the lad as much as the prospects of money.
A season of challenges, mistakes and lessons learned the hard way, await Levi as he joins the frontier universe of acclaimed Western author, W.R. Benton.
This audiobook is auto-narrated. Book Length: 6.6 hours
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