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Skaluni, an archetypal outsider with unusual powers, comes of age in his village. He becomes someone the villagers never would have expected, and though he faces constant rejection, he chooses to put others before himself, with increasingly fantastic results. But with the end of the world at hand, will he use his ability to help in time of great need?

©2014 Bruce E. Arrington (P)2016 Pipe Dream Books

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It's got a solid middle to end.

Slow Start, it does get better. The person who reads this did have some super deep breathes that were noticeable to hear. Not sure if it was on purpose or not, but it got better as the book got better.

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Short but Good

I didn't expect much from a book that was a short as this one is only a little bit over an hour to listen to it. But there's actually a lot going on in this story even though it is a bit fast-paced. I would have liked to see more to the story and explored Skaluni's life longer. but it is a very good story for exactly what it is. the story has a bit of a moral in it just because somebody looks different doesn't mean they're not part of the same tribe and that even once accepted not everybody is always willing to accept you.

In My Opinion, this is a great story for a quick read that may even pull at your heartstrings a bit.

I give this 5 Howlers out of 5.