With amazing passion and simplicity, Blessing Road, published as a biographical novel, reveals the true tale of real people, whose survival needs existed at the bottom of the poverty scale. Within a few years, they ascended to the top of the prosperity scale. As the story begins, the eleven-year-old Latto, born to an abjectly poor rural family in the imaginary state of Lewah, lacks opportunity and parental care for formal education, accompanies her mother and treks forty-five miles under a twenty-five pound charcoal bag to a local hospital compound to secure the price of a one square meal for the family. A loving family adopts her. Soon, a looming civil war lands her abroad where she acquires a formal Western education and marries a millionaire. Her mother, Ne-Suah, serves as the direct representative of all mothers who constantly strive to demonstrate a mutual maternal love for their children, unless their responsibility, driven by some uncontrollable circumstances, makes others serve as surrogates. As you read this novel you will agree with the adage, Through the Great Divine good things are possible, especially for those who seek them.