Fiction Unveils a Long-Hidden Truth behind a Young Boy’s Tale

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Author shares the wisdom of the mind’s determination, the truthfulness of the heart and the endurance of the spirit

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Compelling and striking, The Vision shares the legendary tale that unlocks over a century-long mystery that had wrapped a young boy’s life. Written by Bill Neville, this captivating literary work takes readers to a suspense-thrilling adventure of a readers wouldn’t want to miss.

It was “seen” over 160 years ago. It was denied and scoffed at by experienced leaders and elders. It was a young boy’s tale; a fabrication to bolster his status within his tribe. Only his family believed. Over the years, through turmoil and cultural upheaval, the truth became known. It is a story of confirmation, standing up for one’s principles and beliefs. As the years passed, the implications become much broader than the original vision. “Who knows how history would have changed if the boy’s story was believed?”

The convictions and choices that Horse Killer, Eagle Who Broke His Wing, Buffalo Robe, Fire Lance, Maxwell Slade (Sun Caller), Randle and Chip, Paxton, Sally, Tully, Fredericks, and Captain Adkins, made at various times over a 160 year span are linked together to confirm the vision. A testament to the keen mind, honest heart and strength of spirit, commitment, values, convictions, and beliefs converge to exonerate one young boy’s tale.

Readers will marvel at the mesmerizing plot of this original and well-thought out tale. With a myriad of life lessons and exciting twists and turn, this exhilarating read will definitely work its way into the reader’s subconscious.

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About the Author
Bill Neville has coached competitive volleyball for 45 years including men’s and women’s teams at the college and national team level. He coached the Canadian Men’s Olympic team and twice coached with the USA team winning the Olympic Gold Medal in 1984. During those years of travelling and competing, his other passions remained intact: Western Native American History, Unlimited Hydroplane Racing and writing. His experiences led to writing three volleyball technical books, many articles on boat racing, and the development of his first novel, The Vision. Currently, he is the USA Volleyball Commissioner of Coaching Education, and with his wife, Barbara, runs a volleyball training gym in Bellevue, Washington.

The Vision * by Bill Neville
Publication Date: January 12, 2012
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 323 pages; 978-1-4691-4678-2
Trade Hardback; $29.99; 323 pages; 978-1-4691-4679-9
eBook; $3.99; 978-1-4691-4680-5

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