Path of Grass is a full-length novel with a plot that stretches across several generations. From pre-WWII Europe to a futuristic village in Uzbekistan, Path of Grass traces the journeys of those individuals who refuse to submit to tyranny.
From the back cover:
A child believed to be an orphan grows up in a German convent during the turbulent years of Hitler’s rise. A newly-wed couple in rural Iowa is separated by World War II, but strangely united through an encounter on the outskirts of a German village. A man trying to rebuild his family and life in America after his wife leaves finds himself imprisoned for an unknown crime. A young woman visiting the United States from war-torn Uzbekistan is told that her family has been killed in a military raid. And not long after she marries an American man her husband mysteriously disappears.
Path of Grass is a story of liberty and courage against tyranny. It is a story of people who chose a journey of individual freedom rather than sacrificing their lives to an oppressive government.