He loved the land.running rich soil through his fingers.how could his brother destroy his dream? Minnesota, 1937. Matthew Anderson wakened from a nightmare which soon became a reality. P.J., his older brother, announces, "The farm is mine!" and Matthew's world crumbles. Next to Ellen and his children, he loves the land more than anything else. He wonders why God has sent these dry years and has now permitted P.J. to take the farm. Where can he go from here? Matthew's anger toward P.J. churns inside, creating a bitterness that gnaws away at his body and soul. How will he handle losing the farm he loves and seeing his parents shaken by P.J.'s actions? Can he forgive his brother? Will he find new purpose and meaning in life?