Three Thousand Days and Nights

Benjamin W. Farley

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Benjamin W. Farley's "Three Thousand Days and Nights: A Story of Love and War, sacrifice, Passion, and Valor," proves that historical fiction and romance make a winsome combination.

Based on history, this struggle of freedom and empire tells of many different peoples, deeply affected by the events unfolding around them during the French and Indian War, each with the common desire for a life of status and independence in a newly settled country.

You will find characters full of passion, who fight and struggle during this tumultuous period in American history. French, Indian, British and Colonial Americans, live, love and fight side-by-side—and against each other—in this epic story.

Lessons from this important war resonate strongly today. The respect for enduring cultures and our sense of humility before the tides of time – embolden our national concern for varied ethnic groups, their languages, art, industry and culture.


Born in the Philippine Islands, Benjamin W. Farley grew up on tobacco and cattle farms around Abingdon, VA. He is a graduate of Davidson College, (A.B.) and earned his master’s degree and doctorate of philosophy from Union Theological Seminary in Richmond, VA. As an ordained minister, Farley served Presbyterian churches in Virgina from 1964 to 1973. Farley was Yount’s Professor of Philosophy and Religion at Erskine College, Due West, SC, where he taught from 1974 to 2000. He served as adjunct professor at Presbyterian College in Clinton, SC, from 2000 to 2003. He is the author of seven scholarly works, two collections of short stories and four novels, set principally in the South.


ISBN: 9780983151975
9 x 6 in.
352 pages
Hardcover with Dust Jacket

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