|About the Book|
He was the kind of man who spoke to dogs. Men found him the best of company and women adored him. People who met him at a party, at work or simply standing in a waiting line with him—anywhere—would come away feeling good about themselves after just aMoreHe was the kind of man who spoke to dogs. Men found him the best of company and women adored him. People who met him at a party, at work or simply standing in a waiting line with him—anywhere—would come away feeling good about themselves after just a few words with him. Years later, people would suddenly remember something about him and wonder if he were still alive.He is.Come take a first-hand journey through the annals of American History: arriving on a Slave Ship in the new American Colonies, fighting in the Revolutionary War with General Washington- experience the birth of a Nation and its trials and tribulations through Civil War, World Wars, and battles across the Pacific ocean in Korea and Vietnam—all its agonizing conflicts spanning over 200 years.Life of the Eagle is a mystical and magical account, following the life of an ageless wanderer and adventurer—he is literally ageless—a man who seemingly cannot die, but watches generation after generation pass away before his eyes. He struggles to understand his inexplicable longevity, his miraculous gift of healing that saves lives only to see them soon lost in horror and tragedy, and ultimately to discover his mysterious purpose in the world.This view of history is candid and raw, horrifying and shocking, yet heart-rending and inspiring in its candor and honesty. It is a unique perspective seen though the human lives that shaped a nation with blood and perseverance and courage and faith.