Home. No word in the English language evokes more emotion or sentiment. Sometimes the way home can be the hardest thing you've ever done and can be a part of your life you wish you could forget. Through the unforgettable experiences of frontline combat and the intense day to day struggle for survival, RL Goodson fought for the privilege of seeing his wife and young family once again. Accompany him across the beaches of Normandy, the hedge rows of Northern France, the frozen wasteland of the Ardennes-Alsace, and the final push into the Rhineland. In the end, weep with him as he sees home once again. The Way home is universal in its scope and intimately person in its telling.