Sol

Sol

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Overview

Separate today, tomorrow, and forever.

Before Thaddeus's sudden and mysterious arrival, Harmon Misean never questioned why the Dark Lands were forbidden. The Sun God had always provided his people a land that was both beautiful and bountiful, and the people of Sun Kingdom only ever knew peace and prosperity.

Before Thaddeus's arrival, Harmon spent most of his nights peering out his bedroom window and wishing for some excitement in his dull existence. He wanted to slay pirates, he wanted to find treasure, he wanted kiss the redheaded girl at the end of his street, but most importantly, he didn't want his father's responsibility. He didn't want to be the next high priest.

Selfishness and self-pity had consumed Harmon his entire life, but when he and his father discover Thaddeus, a mysterious boy from the Dark Lands, Harmon's priorities begin to change as his eyes are opened to the racism and injustices that exist all around the kingdom. Through times of tragedy and triumph, Harmon and Thaddeus's loyalty and friendship are tested as they learn what it truly means to have faith.

The novel Sol follows Thaddeus and Harmon from childhood to adulthood, illustrating that the power of family, friends and faith can overcome any obstacles in this life and the next. Effortlessly combining charm and thematic power, Sol gives readers a unique story and emotional depth that is rarely seen in the science fiction genre.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781491229446
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 04/27/2014
Pages: 228
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.48(d)

About the Author

Henri Whitehead has aspired to be the next Mark Twain ever since he left his childhood home in rural Southwest Missouri to attend the prestigious Missouri School of Journalism at the University of Missouri in Columbia. He is a proud father of four beautiful children and has been happily married to his extraordinary wife for seven years. When he's not writing, he works as an English teacher for McDonald County High School, where he also coaches track and cross country. Henri's other hobbies include running, reading, writing, playing disc golf, and working on his 1971 MG Midget.

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