HERMISTON, Ore. - August 26, 2022 - (Newswire.com)
Frank Vincent, a veteran of the U.S. Air Force who served in Korea, has completed his new audiobook "Tennessee": a thrilling tale that follows a young boy in mid-nineteenth century America who, despite a complicated and rough upbringing, manages to make a name for himself and meet the most powerful man in America.
"This is about a boy who was crippled at the early age of seven and started out with a troubled life," writes Vincent. "His rich great-uncle considered him a useless burden. A concerned judge had him protected by the court, then he was sent to a boarding school and later to a distant college to keep him out of the way. He met a medical student and fell in love but was called back to Murfreesboro by Judge Chamberlin to inherit the remarkable Vinson Plantation. He became a compassionate person who believed he was given a premonition by the Lord to prepare for a great impending battle. With the friendship of his servant Eli, they prepared the plantation for the inevitable war. After the civil war began, he set up a hospital to treat injured soldiers without military intervention from either side. Later, at the special invitation from Congress, he was able to voice his concerns. Because of his accepted position of neutrality with the armies, President Lincoln asked for him to help bring the American Nation together again."
Published by Audiobook Network, author Frank Vincent's new audiobook is a stirring tale of what can occur when one puts forth the work to achieve their goals, despite the obstacles in their way. By listening to God's messages, Jacob manages to prepare and help those in need, exemplifying what can be done if one listens when God speaks.
Listeners can purchase the audiobook edition of "Tennessee" by Frank Vincent through Audible, the Apple iTunes Store, or Amazon.
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Original Source: Author Frank Vincent's new Audiobook 'Tennessee' tells the uplifting story of a young boy, once deemed a burden, who makes a great help in reuniting a torn nation.