Three youngsters orphaned by the death of their parents in a plane crash seek the paths they will follow in life. Their search from knowing what their paths will be to discoveries about themselves opens the understanding to ways different from their own.
A spindly thin Benny Flack, his head leaning over the stair banister, shouted up the stairs, “If you two want to have breakfast before going to school: you had better come down in 10 minutes because the bus will be arriving. So if you want to have something before going to school, you’d better get a move-on.
Only the sounds of grumbling and the scraping of feet indicated that Benny’s voice was heard and the doors slamming were their intended answer.
Benny Flack was the oldest of three children and the head of the household. Benny was 17 ½ years old. His younger...