1925. It's the height of the twenties and Godfrey Leduc's small farm is prospering. Trouble brews though in the form of Joe Campbell, the town drunk, and a blizzard that catches Godfrey by surprise.
Ripe with the humdrum of small town life - gossip, church, Sunday dinners, and talk at the barbershop - Godfrey: Book Three is an entertaining read from start to finish. More
It's 1925 and Godfrey Leduc has been making great headway as an Albertan farmer. His crops have done well and he's got a sturdy one-room house. He's got a wagon, a horse, and some chickens. He's made some good friends and people know his name around town. But trouble brews...
Joe Campbell, local mechanic and owner of Campbell and Sons Garage, has become the town drunk in the years since we last visited Wainwright and Godfrey's efforts to assist the Campbell family create some tension between him and his brothers.
Far worse than a family feud however, is the blizzard Godfrey finds himself caught in during winter. Losing energy and struggling to breathe, will Godfrey make it out alive?
Ripe with the humdrum of small town life - gossip, church, Sunday dinners, and talk at the barbershop - Godfrey: Book Three is an entertaining read from start to finish that can be enjoyed by readers of all ages.
Originally from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Adrien Leduc makes his home in Victoria, British Columbia. A graduate of Carleton University (BA '10), Adrien is an avid fan of Canadian history and hopes to write many more books in his lifetime.