A Square of Apples

The Journey of Daniel Fischer

Fiction & Literature, Historical
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Author: Jan Tucker Mulligan ISBN: 9781467028257
Publisher: AuthorHouse Publication: September 28, 2011
Imprint: AuthorHouse Language: English
Author: Jan Tucker Mulligan
ISBN: 9781467028257
Publisher: AuthorHouse
Publication: September 28, 2011
Imprint: AuthorHouse
Language: English

It is 1864. For the Kingdom of Bavaria, certain war looms on the horizon. The new king, Ludwig II, is young; he shows a lack of interest in affairs of state, and apprehension grows about encroaching military pressure from the Kingdom of Prussia and the Empire of Austria. Meanwhile, outside the small town of Miesbach, Daniel Fischer is content to tend his familys orchards. He hates cities and dreams of one day purchasing his own property and marrying Lizzie Chormann, secretly the love of his life. On the day that Daniel decides hell begin his courtship, he is appalled to learn that his older brother, Jacob, the newest member of the watchmakers guild, has just become engaged to Lizzie. Moreover, Jacob plans to take Lizzie to America and open his own shop in Philadelphia, a city crowded with half a million people. Daniel confronts Jacob. The brothers fight. At the wedding, Jacob offers Daniel his hand in peace but Daniel refuses. A week later, Daniel flees Miesbach and enlists in the 39th Regiment of the Royal Bavarian Fusiliers. Five years later, Daniel is a hardened veteran and believes that he has finally set aside his feelings for Lizzie. And then he learns that she has written from Philadelphia; Jacob is dead.

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It is 1864. For the Kingdom of Bavaria, certain war looms on the horizon. The new king, Ludwig II, is young; he shows a lack of interest in affairs of state, and apprehension grows about encroaching military pressure from the Kingdom of Prussia and the Empire of Austria. Meanwhile, outside the small town of Miesbach, Daniel Fischer is content to tend his familys orchards. He hates cities and dreams of one day purchasing his own property and marrying Lizzie Chormann, secretly the love of his life. On the day that Daniel decides hell begin his courtship, he is appalled to learn that his older brother, Jacob, the newest member of the watchmakers guild, has just become engaged to Lizzie. Moreover, Jacob plans to take Lizzie to America and open his own shop in Philadelphia, a city crowded with half a million people. Daniel confronts Jacob. The brothers fight. At the wedding, Jacob offers Daniel his hand in peace but Daniel refuses. A week later, Daniel flees Miesbach and enlists in the 39th Regiment of the Royal Bavarian Fusiliers. Five years later, Daniel is a hardened veteran and believes that he has finally set aside his feelings for Lizzie. And then he learns that she has written from Philadelphia; Jacob is dead.

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