I sometimes wonder if children in difficult situations send out psychic distress calls, signals for help on frequencies unheard by anyone else but those who are in distress themselves. The resulting friendships wouldn’t make sense to the casual observer–there would be few or none of the visible similarities that usually bond one child to another. Nothing need be said. They just know they share a mutual pain and that the other is a natural ally. This would make sense from an evolutionary point of view. An ally might be the difference between survival and gradual loss of life energy. I wonder if those signals continue later in life…
Book No. 1 in Paperback
Book No. 2 on Kindle
Book Reviews & Blurbs
“J Guenther cleverly combines a plot of adventure on an imaginary sailboat with a shrewd eye on teen-age angst.
In the SILVER DREAM, Sharon and David ride the waves ... to adventures where dreams are created and realized. On their journey, the two are tossed from grief to sweetness, from fear to solace and safety.
Guenther is on the mark, using the main characters as narrators, unfolding parallel stories between past and present, dream and reality. SAIL AWAY ON MY SILVER DREAM is a captivating page-turner, with a winning cast of characters.
David and Sharon seem so real that readers might feel they've already met them. We feel their disappointment and hopes, and we join them wholeheartedly...” N. Decker
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