Worlds of imagination by Sara B. Gauldin
The Place of Voices is a true example of high fantasy. The author has woven vivid descriptions of fantastical but recognizable creatures who meet and interact with the main characters when their lives are at a pivotal and crucial moment. The main characters include a young man named Brendan who had been crippled by polio and his mother’s death, Anna who had lost her parents and home in a fire that nearly killed her, and Tzutz Nik, a Mayan princess facing an arranged marriage. The young people find themselves in a land away from their homes and their times. The world they enter is fluid and provides for their needs as they are asked to sort through their individual battles in this place away from reality.
In the footsteps of The Chronicles of Narnia, this story is rich in symbols of Christianity and allusions to faith and temptation!
This book is a clean read and is appropriate for all readers who enjoy Christian fiction.
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