From the time, as a young girl, that she read the Narnia series by C.S. Lewis, Sue Santore has been hooked on fantasy. She loves to read fiction from many genres, but she always winds up going back to fantasy. For years she has had her own fantasy stories spinning around in her head and now that she is retired from many years of teaching, she is putting those stories into book form. She has many interests, including quilting and playing the mountain dulcimer, but writing is the most satisfying of all.
Sue Santore lives in the great state of Maine with her husband of 37 years. She has been a factory worker, a waitress, a librarian, and a teacher. Her biggest job was being a mother and she has three grown children. Now she is a grandmother and enjoying that role immensely.
A Singular Gift
by Sue Santore
(4.75 from 4 reviews)
Jean Ryan inherits a singular gift, the gift of magic. She must learn to use her magic gift before the opposing dark magic forces destroy her world. Jean and Wayne, her friend, work together to discover why her gift has attracted the attention of an evil circle of magic users and how to combat them.
on Nov. 03, 2011
Do you enjoy young adult fantasy? Do you like a well-written adventure story with magic? Then you need to try this book.
Paul is a beggar who lives with other street kids in a land where when twins are born, the second twin is killed at birth. To his amazement, Paul finds out that he is actually a second twin, spared from death by being raised away from his heritage. When Paul replaces his highborn disabled twin, his adventures begin in earnest. Will he be able to save the kingdom?