What We May Be
A captivating tale of hope, love, and triumph in a world torn apart.
Bullied, ridiculed, and overlooked, no one expected anything remarkable of Joe, a poor immigrant boy growing up during the Great Depression.
They could not have been more wrong...
Smart, stubborn, and mischievous, Joe Senta refuses to be defined by his circumstances. In a world devastated by economic collapse and war, he will risk everything to protect those he loves, his family, his friends, and his country—
Because for Joe, our lives are not bound by what the world says we are, but rather by What We May Be.
A heartwarming tale of heroic struggle, loss, and perseverance. Laugh, cry, and cheer as you experience the wonder of a bygone era through the eyes of one of the best of the Greatest Generation.
Nathan Reads Chapter One!
Nathan Crocker talks about his newest novel, What We May Be, and reads a sample chapter to help you decide if this book is for you!
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What a captivating book. I kept wanting to know what happens next so I read the whole book in one sitting. I'm now rereading it to get even more out of it. Joe sounds like an amazing man. His story is remarkable.
A wonderful book! A true tale of a hero! Couldn’t put it down! I cried, smiled, and prayed through the whole book.
An amazing author. Love his style!
Not usually my type of reading, but because of the first book (amazing), I decided to give it a go. I loved it. Great read! His way of writing makes it not only interesting and informative but also pulls you into the world with the characters. Can’t wait for the next one!
A Really Great Read!
Nathan Crocker has captured my attention as a writer. I knew he was special when I read his first book, The Loyal Angel. In What We May Be, he has solidified his ranking with me as a favored author. I look forward to his next book.
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“Tell me your stories, Grandpa.”
He smiled at her, a wan, knowing smile. There was weariness in the drawn features of his aged face, but the eyes were bright, and they twinkled with a mischievous leer. His body might be tired, but his mind was still as sharp as ever, and his expression gave nothing away, even as his granddaughter studied him intently.
He didn’t look much like a hero. In fact, he was rather plain, an ordinary man. Sure, he was old now, but despite that, there was nothing in his stature to indicate that he might have possessed any superhuman faculties in his younger days. He was just her grandpa, but she knew from her mother that there was much more to this seemingly unassuming man than first glance might imply.
“Which stories would you like to hear?” he asked with an amused grin. There was something in that grin and something in his tone that made her wonder if he might be testing her somehow...