The saga of Will Jennings is a true account of one man's sojourn through the greater part of the twentieth century.
From the time he is five years old until his death more than eighty years later, Will has visions and witnesses supernatural phenomena. His experiences have no rational explanations and are quite thought-provoking, not only for Will, but also for his father.
Condemned by his family for an act of childhood innocence, Will struggles to overcome obstacles they place in his path, as well as the sinister force that haunts him. As an outcast, Will sends considerable time alone in the forest, exploring the wonders of nature and pondering the mysteeries of life. Through the beauty of the planets and animals, Will discerns God amid the evil on earth, and life's trials serve to forge his faith.
At his life's end, Will's gift of vision is crowned by his most profound prophcy of all.
Filled with amusing anecdotes and heartwarming moments, Will's story offers a unique historical perspective of the past one-hundred years, along with a glimpse of everyday life in the Appalachians during the 1900's, including the Great Depression.