Worlds of imagination by Sara B. Gauldin
I picked up this fantasy and could not put it down! The author built an intriguing plot upon fulfilling imagery. The story line is captivating and never drags. The characters are multidimensional and believable . The story introduces the reader to the character of Song, an orphan who has been raised as an outcast by his grandfather. He knows nothing of his own history. As he has aged, questions about his past, his parents and why he and his grandfather are outcasts become undeniable. He feels the need to explore his past and his identity. Before Song can investigate his own past it catches up to him and his entire perspective of his own existence is turned up side down! I recommend this lively read to anyone who is ready for an adventure. The book was relevant to me as an adult, but would also be a great and clean option for a younger reader.
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