When All The World Was Young by Ferrol SamsWhen All The World Was Young by Ferrol Sams

When All The World Was Young

byFerrol Sams

Paperback | October 1, 1992

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“Ferrol Sams is a natural-born storyteller with a puckish wit, an obsession with words, and a rare ability to encapsule every off-center character who stumbles into his ken.” – Atlanta Journal & Constitution  

The year is 1942 and Porter Osborne, Jr., is safely ensconced in medical school. He is physically safe, though taunted by the beckoning finger of Uncle Sam. Haunted by the family motto, “Remember who you are,” Porter wrestles with a flood of conflicting emotions. A year later, the conflicts still unresolved, he is an enlisted man in the U.S. Army. In the face of incomprehensible delays and inefficiency, he wonders how America will ever prevail in the world war. Surgical Technician PFC Porter Osborne finally lands at Omaha Beach and joins the Allied fight against Germany.

The final novel in the trilogy that began with Run with the Horsemen and The Whisper of the River, When All the World Was Young continues the story of young Porter Osborne with the supreme wit and wisdom that readers have come to expect from the inimitable Ferrol Sams.

“With his mastery of words, his skills as storyteller supreme and his highly believable attention to detail… Sams remains a master yarn-spinner.” – Nashville Banner
Ferrol Sams is a physician, humorist, storyteller, and the bestselling author of eight novels rooted in the oral tradition of southern humor and folklore. He lives in Fayetteville, Georgia.
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Title:When All The World Was YoungFormat:PaperbackDimensions:624 pages, 7.77 × 5.07 × 1.36 inPublished:October 1, 1992Publisher:Penguin Publishing Group

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ISBN - 10:0140172270

ISBN - 13:9780140172270

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The final novel in the trilogy that began with Run with the Horsemen and The Whisper of the River. The year is 1942 and Peter Osborne, Jr., is safely ensconced in medical school. He is physically safe, but he is taunted by the beckoning finger of Uncle Sam. A year later, the conflicts still unresolved, he is an enlisted man in the U.S. Army, wherea will ever prevail