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  • I think this book is an excellent read for young and old alike

    • by believin
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      Malcolm Campbell’s first published novel, The Sun Singer (2004), is a wonderful debut novel. Published by iUniverse, Inc.

      , it follows the journey of Robert Adams — all the way into another dimension.

      Robert is possessor of, or perhaps possessed by, a special power, the power of foresight/insight through his dreams.


      After a tragic and disturbing event in connection with this power, Robert is determined not to allow it to be a part of his life.

      With the aid of Grandfather Elliott, Robert begins the journey into another realm, which is simultaneously a journey toward insight and maturity.

      I was fortunate enough to ...


      • join an online discussion of the novel with Malcolm Campbell.

        He has a wonderful grasp of the notion of the heropath, and what that journey entails.

        It is the overarching structuring principle of The Sun Singer, and the novel is filled with the depth of knowledge, compassion, and insight that

        Campbell likewise displayed in that online discussion.

        The book and author demonstrate a real understanding of the mind of a young man, and the difficult journey he makes toward adulthood.

        I think this book is an excellent read for young and old alike.

        It is a book of empowerment, and has been beautifully crafted.




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