In spite of what Indians did to his family, Brian interrupts his quest to nurse the Indian back to health. This act of compassion demonstrates Brian’s good character and moral values.
PROVO, Utah (PRWEB) April 30, 2014
A historical western novel, “Brian's Search” tells the story of a heroic young man who risks everything to find his lost brother.
“Inspired by a true story, Brian’s journey encompasses hundreds of miles of open and dangerous country in Arizona and Southern Utah,” author Paul Wagaman said. “Along the way, the people he meets and the obstacles he faces forever change his life and the lives of those he cares about.”
A fact-based, coming-of-age novel, “Brian’s Search” contains descriptions of events in Wagaman’s own extended family, detailing the real-life hardships of early pioneers in the Old West. Wagaman’s novel covers issues associated with good character, the appreciation for family relationships and the consequences that follow life’s choices.
“As Brian begins the search for his brother, he stumbles upon an injured Apache warrior,” Wagaman said. “In spite of what Indians did to his family, Brian interrupts his quest to nurse the Indian back to health. This act of compassion demonstrates Brian’s good character and moral values.”
By Paul Wagaman
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About the author:
Author Paul Wagaman was born in 1932, worked on a family-operated cattle ranch from childhood through high school, and served in the United States Navy during the Korean War. He earned a bachelor's of science degree in electronic engineering in 1961 and was an electronic design engineer for various companies before retirement in 1989. Wagaman is married with four children and currently resides in Provo, Utah. “Brian’s Search” is his second novel.