George's father is a character in the Stoneheart Trilogy. He was the father of George Chapman, the books' protagonist. He was a sculptor, and he was the one who George inherited his skills as a maker from.
George's father played an important part in George's growing up. He, George and George's mother were a very happy family for some time.
George had a fight with his father one night, and he told his father that he meant every word that he said. Shortly after this happened, George's father died in a car crash. George regrets that he never had the opportunity to apologize for what he said.
Role In PlotEdit
Although George's father never appears in person during the Stoneheart Trilogy, he is still an important character in the stories. George speaks about his father throughout the books, recalling stories about their experiences together.