Wyndano's Cloak Wins Ninth Book Award

Wyndano's Cloak won the 2011 Allbooks Review Editor’s Choice Award in the Young Adult/Children category.
Dec. 29, 2010 - PRLog -- A. R. Silverberry's novel, Wyndano's Cloak, was an Award-Winner in the 2011 Allbooks Review Editor’s Choice Awards, in the Young Adult/Children category. The award marks the ninth Wyndano's Cloak has captured, to date. Allbooks Reviews called the novel, ". . . a tale of intense imagination and wonder . . . An adventure we may only find in the deepest corners of our imagination." The list of all the winners may be found on Allbooks Review website, at http://www.allbooksreviewint.com/

Wyndano's Cloak delivers an inspiring message for young people to believe in themselves and to trust the treasures they carry inside. In the novel, the kingdom of Aerdem is threatened. Fourteen-year-old Jen has one chance to save it—with a magical cloak too dangerous to use. The fantasy adventure that unfolds will appeal to children, ages nine and up, and adults who cherish fairy tales. Jen'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.

Wyndano's Cloak has captured eight other book awards. BooksandAuthors.net selected Wyndano's Cloak for its 2010 Books of the Year Award, in the Fantasy/Fairy Tale genre. The North American Bookdealers Exchange selected Wyndano's Cloak for a fall 2010 Pinnacle Book Achievement Award Winner. The award is given for books that demonstrate originality, a good read, and excellence in cover design. Other awards include the Gold-Medal Winner in the 2010 Readers Favorite Awards, Preteen fiction; three National Indie Excellence awards (in young adult fiction, adventure, and cover design); and two International Book Awards (young adult fiction, interior design). Capturing the attention of judges across genres surely reflects the novel's wide appeal to children and adults alike.

Wyndano's Cloak has captured rave reviews. Readers Favorite proclaimed, "A. R. Silverberry is a master at characterization. Few are his equal." Feathered Quill Review declared, ". . . Constant suspense . . . impossible to put down. You're going to be very tired in the morning!" Children's Bookwatch said the book would, ". . . attract a following to clamor for sequels to this exciting tome." Readers Choice Reviews called it, ". . . A grand adventure . . . a coming-of-age soon to be classic that is certain to keep kids entertained and away from the TV and video game system for long stretches . . . Silverberry’s creativity and imagination are second to none." And the US Review of Books called the novel, ". . . A powerful coming-of-age story . . . a rich and subtle metaphor for the power of creativity and courage, the function and purpose of artistic inspiration and enrichment, and the role of fantasy and vision in the human psyche.”

Allbooks Review International has been providing professional book reviews online since 2000. In addition to reviews, they provide manuscript editing, synopsis writing for promotion or book jackets, advertising, book signing attendance (if in proximity to their office), and advice and counsel to authors. They work with authors all over the globe, and are now affiliated with RealTime Publishing.

A. R. Silverberry is an award-winning author. He's been dreaming up stories since childhood. He lives in California, where the majestic coastline, trees, and mountains inspire his writing. Silverberry, the pen name for Peter Allan Adler, has been a licensed psychologist since 1991. He continues to balance his clinical practice with writing. Wyndano's Cloak is his first novel. A sequel is in the works. He is available for interviews, book signings, and school visits. He offers talks to teachers, parents, and children on writing, self-esteem, and resilience. For more information, visit his website at http://www.arsilverberry.com. Silverberry was recently interviewed in the Leisure section of the Monterey County Herald. The full interview may be read at http://www.montereyherald.com/entertainment/ci_16783115?n...

Wyndano's Cloak is available worldwide, including Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Borders, or through your favorite online or brick-and-mortar bookstore; or can be ordered directly from the distributor, Atlas Books: 30 Amberwood Parkway, Ashland, OH 44805, Phone: 800-247-6553; or from your favorite Wholesaler or Distributor.

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