See you in a Hundred Years

See You in a Hundred Years by Logan Ward

From Publishers Weekly:
“This lyrical account of keeping the 21st century at bay is more real, and more rewarding, than any survival TV show.”

From Mildred Armstrong Kalish, author of Little Heathens:
“I found myself completely involved with their experiment. You will find much in this book to think about.”

From Hampton Sides, author of Blood and Thunder:
“Ward has crafted a thoughtful, sweet-natured book–one to read s-l-o-w-l-y, by candlelight if possible, with a still mind and a settled heart.”

Logan Ward and his wife, Heather, were prototypical New Yorkers: their lives steeped in ambition, work, and stress. Feeling their souls grow numb, wanting their toddler son to see the stars at night, the Wards made a plan. They would return to their native South, find a farm, and for one year live exactly as people did in 1900 Virginia: without a car or electricity–and with only the food they could grow themselves. It was a project that would push their relationship to the brink–and illuminate stunning hardships and equally remarkable surprises.

Available here in paperback and ebook formats.

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