If you had a chance to change the world, do something really big even if you knew it would change you, would you do it?

Set against the backdrop of the Vietnam War and the protest era of the early 1970s, a gripping novel of a power, corruption, injustice, courage, and hope—and one tenacious young man whose determination to overturn the system holds unexpected consequences for his own life.

When tragedy strikes with a force of a rock, a young boy learns an age-old lesson about consequences.

Bad behavior doesn’t always have to have bad results.  That’s the larger message behind the thought-provoking children’s book The Flying Rock. Beautifully written by civil and criminal attorney Robert Rush and evocatively illustrated by Ruth Whiting, it tells the story of a young boy, Billy, and how he learns about taking responsibility for his actions.