Based on the New York Times best seller and Pulitzer Prize-nominated novel, The Son is a sweeping family saga that spans 150 years and three generations of the McCullough family. The story of Eli McCullough’s transformation from good-natured innocence to calculated violence, as he loses everything on the wild frontier, setting him on the path to building a ranching-and-oil dynasty of unsurpassed wealth and privilege. The Son deftly explores how Eli’s ruthlessness and quest for power triggers consequences that span generations, as the McCulloughs rise to become one of the richest families reigning in Texas.
This is an epic drama about life at the wild West. The main character is Eli McCullough. He grew up when America developed as an independent state. In 1849 he was kidnapped by a tribe of Indians. The boy lived with them for most of his life. A tribe of Comanches raised Eli as strong-willed man with a strong character. Clan McCullough is one of the few families which rapidly fought for their place under the sun. When Eli grew older, he decided to return to his hometown. He created an oil company. The basis of this business has brought America to a leading position among other countries. The construction of this company led to great suffering and loss. And some people paid with their lives for the development of the oil business. Mccullough's family resorted to different methods. When they captured the earth, they staged a bloody showdown with firearms. Eli was willing to do anything for the prosperity of his business. Eli McCullough plans to bring his oil company to the highest level. He wants to pass it from generation to generation and he is already eyeing to the heirs. But for the sake of prosperity of the oil company he often crosses the bounds of the law. Will bring his own confidence to crash-oil Empire?Read more »