The Brandywine Boys
By: Michael Loren
About the Book
This is a novel “of a better time. A time so long ago in a place I missed so much. Brandywine and Sugar Grove, West Virginia. I was only twelve at the time.”
And what a crazy and adventurous time it was. Mikey is on vacation with his newfound friends, Mark and Sammy, their families, and all of the other colorful, humorous characters the three adolescents meet. Their exploits include a dangerous car crash and a rampaging madman, “spooks” and ghosts and shadowy images and UFOs, lots of fishing, and reconciliation with family and God. That summer so very long ago was definitely a summer to remember. After all, you’re only twelve once. And these are the stories you will tell and laugh about when recounting, “the best summer vacation we had ever had."
About the Author
Michael Loren attended OSU and Southwestern Christian University. He also spent time at Rhema Bible Training Center. He has two sons and enjoys fishing, horseback riding, and golf.
Loren got the idea for The Brandywine Boys when his youngest son went to stay the summer in Washington, D.C., to be with his best friend. Many of the stories in the book are true!
(2018, Paperback, 362 pages)