The Silver Child

The Silver Child

by Nancy Norbeck

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ISBN-13: 9781517731502
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 11/26/2015
Pages: 370
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.82(d)

About the Author

Nancy Norbeck wrote her first story when she was in fourth grade, and began to take writing seriously in high school. After teaching writing to English as a Second Language students for several years, she enrolled in Goddard College's MFA in creative writing program, which she completed in 2009. THE SILVER CHILD is her first novel. She currently works as a writing and creative process coach. She lives in New Jersey and loves to travel, especially via a good book. For more information on current projects, upcoming releases, and coaching services, please visit nancynorbeck.com or follow her on Twitter @NancyNorbeck

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The Silver Child 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
BandD_MD More than 1 year ago
Even as adults, we thoroughly enjoyed this read. The story is well-paced, thoughtful and entertaining. The challenges and discoveries for both Maia and Martus speak to all generations. This will become a definite gift for younger generations in our family. Might we read more about Maia as she grows into her new identity? Let's hope so!
Book_Reader_SMT More than 1 year ago
On one level the Silver Child is a fantastical story about a girl who turns out to be a prophesied savior. This girl, Maia, must face sacrifices and hardships and her own disbelief in herself. She is guided only by an elderly doctor named Martus, Gods she doesn't recognize, and those who worship her. On another level this book is a coming of age story for both that teenage girl and that doctor. The girl learns what it means to grow into herself, and the doctor learns to live meaningfully again years after the death of his wife. A story for any teenage girl looking to find her way, I think.