For Whom the Sun Sings – Review

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For Whom the Sun Sings by W.A. Fulkerson

Published: March 17, 2020

Genre: Fantasy

Length: 288 pages

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About the book:

The world is blind…then one boy is born with sight.

Nestled in a mountain haven, the remaining people of the world live in a village that is ordinary but strict. A severe peace must be kept severely, as they say. It’s all that keeps them from descending into the chaos that claimed the world a hundred years ago.

Led by the Prophet Valdas and his Regents, the villagers work, play, marry, and have families. They gather in ceremony once a year to celebrate their Day of Remembrance. Life is planned, precise, and predictable until the special abilities of eleven-year-old Andrius threaten to undermine it all.

My review:

This was such an unusual book and that is a good thing! The storyline was so unique. The ending was unexpected. I really enjoyed it! This was my first book by W.A. Fulkerson, but it won’t be my last!

My rating:  4-Stars-300x57

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