Foreword Reviews

Up the Hill to Home

A Novel

Family. Home. Memories. Lillie Voith holds these values most dear. Cherished only child of Charley and Emma Beck, she is the unlikely issue of an improbable union. Beloved wife of Ferd Voith, she is the happy mother of a tribe of nine. Emma's miracle, Ferd's universe, the beating heart of the household: when Lillie is stricken in a fall, her family hangs suspended by a thread of longing for her, and Lillie finds herself deep inside memories that flow from those she loves.

Rights Contact
Kevin Atticks <katticks@loyola.edu>
Award(s)
2015 BooksAndAuthors.com Best Historical Saga, 2015 Foreword Reviews INDIEFAB Book of the Year Award: Gold/Historical Fiction, and 2015 Readers' Favorite Gold Medal for Historical Fiction
Book Website
http://www.jbyacovissi.com
Contributor(s)
Jennifer Bort Yacovissi
Publisher
Apprentice House Press
ISBN-13
978-1-62720-039-4
Publication Date
Apr 28, 2015
Pages
473
Price
$19.99
Tags
#literary
#historical
Our Review
Lillie Voith is the sun around which her family revolves. She lives with her ever expanding family at the edges of Washington, DC, in a home her father built for her mother while spilling over with the enthusiasm of first love. Her stores of happiness are threatened, though, when she takes a... Read More