Heading out is the only way Jacob Will can find where he’s been… all his life. And once returned, he discovers that where he’s just traveled from is where home may actually be. It won’t be easy getting there, it won’t be quick, and it won’t be painless. The question will be “is it worth the cost?” And for a fearful coward such as he, the trepidation is off the charts. The answer is not what he expected and comes with an unanticipated loss. Only he will be able to discern whether or not it was worth it, and if not, will he be able to go back?
Unfortunately, Thomas Wolfe doesn’t have the answer.