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Wyndano's Cloak A 2010 International Book Awards Finalist
Wyndano's Cloak, by A. R. Silverberry, captured two prizes in the 2010 International Book Awards
The International Book Awards seeks to discover national and international voices that deserve media and industry recognition. This year's International Book Awards boasted a distinguished panel of industry judges, who brought to the table extensive editorial, PR, marketing, and design expertise. A complete list of the winners and finalists of The 2010 International Book Awards is available online at http://www.IBA2011.com.
Wyndano's Cloak is a fantasy adventure about a girl who must save her family from a danger horrible enough to shatter their world forever. The heroine's quest for empowerment in the face of dire adversity has universal appeal. The result is a gripping tale of loyalty and betrayal, love and hate, and the yearning of the spirit.
The novel has captured rave reviews. Feathered Quill Review declared, ". . . Constant suspense . . . impossible to put down. You're going to be very tired in the morning!" Children's Bookwatch/Midwest Book Review proclaimed the book would, ". . . attract a following to clamor for sequels to this exciting tome." And The US Review of Books called it ". . . A powerful coming-of-age story.
A. R. Silverberry holds a BA in music and a PhD in psychology. Feeling the call of a creative life, he's a watercolorist, pianist, and composer. He's been dreaming up stories since childhood. He lives in Northern California, where the majestic coastline, trees, and mountains inspire his writing. Wyndano's Cloak is his first novel. For more information, visit http://www.arsilverberry.com.
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