Do you enjoy novels that take you on a mysterious, extraordinary journey? If so, Sean Bloomfield’s first publication is one you definitely want to pick up. While written in an intelligent way still easy enough to follow without causing brain freeze, this particular trip takes the reader over land and sea, back and forth in time, and even into the human soul.
I must say it was known to me from the time of download that, unlike many of my Kindle e-books, this plot is not about romance. Don’t expect to read some simple story about soul mates overcoming all odds to be together. What you will find in this plot, however, is lots of heart.
“The Sound of Many Waters” follows two stories through amazing twists and turns, ultimately converging in a way virtually impossible to foresee. If anyone out there guessed the ending, you have my utmost respect.
The two tales are intertwined by Spanish gold – one following a Spanish Conquistador who loses everything but begins reclaiming his humanity and the other tracking a modern day fellow with a good heart and extremely rotten luck. Whether or not you particularly like these very human men, you cannot help being riveted by their ensuing trials, tribulations, and intermittent triumphs. And the people they meet along the way are entirely tangible, however fantastic or humble his or her role might be.
I implore you to check out “The Sound of Many Waters”, the first book in many months that I plan to re-read from start to finish. There is so much delightful symbolism that I want to journey with these characters again, especially knowing what I know now. And I hope to get friends and family hooked into the tale, with hope of sharing my experience.
To read the author’s own synopsis, learn more about him, and find a link through which to purchase “The Sound of Many Waters,” please go to SeanBloomfield.com – The Sound of Many Watersand poke around. You’ll be glad you did. Happy reading!