All The Way Home

Set against the backdrop of the Vietnam War, a young journalist travels to a small southern town to expose the bigotry of racial injustice

Ann Tatlock

Lighthouse Publishing of the Carolinas (publisher)

Christy Award Winner, Historical Fiction

“Readers who are jaded and skeptical about the quality of Christian novels will find [All the Way Home] a fine example of the progress being made in the category....Tatlock employs flashbacks efficiently, and her rich descriptions and characterizations are unusually fresh and inventive.” - Publisher’s Weekly

The friendship of Augie Schuler and Sunny Yamagata spans the years from the bombing of Pearl Harbor and the Japanese-American internment camps to the tumultuous era of Civil Rights in 1960s Mississippi. Together the two girls share their secret longings, pursue their dreams and eventually discover the true meaning of faith and family.

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