Question from Poland
I am a student at Jan Długosz University in Częstochowa, Poland. I am writing my final paper using your book, Shiloh.
I would like your comments on my thoughts about the story.
In Shiloh, I loved the way the villian, Judd Travers, changes because of the boy’s honorable behaviour. I wonder of it is the coming-of-age of the Judd Traver’s rather than that of Marty Preston.
Thank you and I have enjoyed your story very much,
You have good insight into the story. In fact, if you read the three books following Shiloh–you will see a slow change in this angry, miserable man. And it’s Marty’s example of sticking to his word that seems to impress and confound Judd Travers.