Thursday, March 15, 2012

Superman's Cape: Kindle Book of the Day for 3/15

Superman's Cape by Brian Spangler is a book that seems to be everywhere lately. People are talking about it, it's got a cozy place on Amazon's bestseller lists, and the cover depicting a lost boy in the woods is both mysterious and intriguing. But I think what appeals to people most about this book is the raw humanity behind its story of loss and perseverance. A lost boy in the woods who lost his single-parent mother who lost her husband, it sounds deeply heartbreaking, but thanks to Spangler's sure hand guiding the story, there's plenty of reason to be optimistic. For a touching story that resonates deep and treads the line between paranormal and suspense, you won't do better than Superman's Cape!

Name: Superman's Cape
Rating: 4.3 stars over 42 reviews
Price: 3.99
Description: When Sara Connely is asked what life is like today, she answers with the simple words, ‘life goes on.’ The life she and her boys enjoyed the last dozen years is gone. Sara struggles to cope with the death of her husband and doing so with two young boys, and no money, is almost too much to ask.

Life does go on, but when Sara’s oldest boy becomes lost in Croatan National Forest, life comes to a stop.

Twelve-year-old Kyle Connely doesn’t know the woods. He doesn’t know the wildlife. He doesn’t know how to get home. Lost in the wilderness, he faces dangers the likes of which he has never seen. Kyle’s time is running out. A hurricane is looming, and in its path is the coastal forest he is trying to survive.

Jacob Hanson has a gift. An intuition. An insightfulness. And it has helped him find success. But his gift turns into a curse as he becomes an unwilling participant in Kyle's plight.

What Jacob Hanson doesn't know is he also holds the key to Sara’s past and the lifetime she lost with her husband.

Reviews: "I found the writing style to be easy to follow and at times humorous. I honestly found myself engrossed with the story and finished it faster than I would have thought. The characters are well liked and even developed. The story is different and creative and well worth the read."

Get your copy of Superman's Cape now!

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