Kaidenberg's Best Sons

Kaidenberg's Best Sons

Jason Heit

Jason Heit

Kaidenberg's Best Sons is an unvarnished view of the lives of settlers in the early days of immigration to the Canadian priaries. Set in the early years of the 20th century, this book is the story of German-speaking Catholics who have emigrated from Russia to North Dakota. They learn of an opportunity to settle plots of land in Saskatchewan. As some members start packing and heading north for the promise of new land, others resent the idea of relocating. Author Jason Heit describes his work as a "novel in stories." Some characters dovetail throughout the book while others appear in one or two stories. Together, these tales of grit and indomitable will give the reader various points-of-view into a small, close-knit community that is bound by heritage, a common language, and faith — yet is rife with ambition, fear, and envy.The first story is a bitter feud between two men over plots of land, a conflict that is just one of the dark undercurrents of stress that...
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