The Stream by A.R.Silverberry-review


Title:The Stream

Author:A.R.Silverberry
Genre:Fiction
Pages:270(kindle)
Published: May 19th 2014 by Tree Tunnel Press




My review:

     Wend and his parents were floating in the stream, which was pretty normal and peaceful usually, but the storm come out and made the stream wild. That day Wend lost his parents and he was just five years old. Dealing with the wild stream he just wants to escape to monster waterfall, which everyone talks about but no one see it. From his childhood Wend floats through his youth till his manhood. Stream is his lifeline with all rises and falls, with happiness and sadness, obstacles and traps.

   Stream is very deep book, philosophical and psychological work.  Silverberry creates this Wend’s world; stream as Wend’s life. Stream is deep and wild, endless, full with obstacles. When stream takes you there is not coming back, just floating right forward.

This book was provided by author in exchange for an honest review.
My rating 4/5(great book)


About the author:

A. R. Silverberry writes fiction for adults and children. His novel, WYNDANO’SCLOAK, won multiple awards, including the Benjamin Franklin Award gold medal for Juvenile/Young Adult Fiction. He lives in California, where the majestic coastline, trees, and mountains inspire his writing. THE STREAM is his second novel.

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2 thoughts on “The Stream by A.R.Silverberry-review”

  1. Thank for reading and reviewing THE STREAM, Silvy! I noticed that one of your all-time favorite novels is Hermann Hesse's Steppenwolf. Probably the earliest inspiration for THE STREAM was Hesse's SIDDHARTHA, which I read some 50 years ago! Of course, lots of other influences and life experiences filtered in over that time!

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