Sunday, January 13, 2013

Highly recommended! "The Sound of Many Waters," by Sean Bloomfield

All 4 and 5-star reviews for this inventive novel! A powerful and action-filled story of redemption.

"An extraordinary novel. Bloomfield blends historical fiction with a contemporary tale and seasons it with adventure, mystery and magical realism. This is a powerful tale of sons and fathers, of how past is prologue, of redemption and rebirth." -- Dr. Gregg Bachman, The University of Tampa

The characters were very interesting and well developed by Sean Bloomfield, there was action galore and the ending was just spectacular. -- TheProphet, Amazon reviewer

The Sound of Many Waters, by Sean Bloomfield

There's an incredible secret in the wilds of Florida...

, a ruthless New World conquistador, is the proud captain of a gold-filled galleon sailing home to Spain. But when a hurricane sinks his ship off the coast of La Florida and the native Timucuans take him captive, Dominic must fight to survive in an unfamiliar world.

In the present day, Capt. Zane Fisher--a recovering addict--cannot escape the shadow of his tragic past. When a peculiar client charters his boat for a fishing trip off the coast of Palm Beach, the discovery of a mysterious floating package forces Zane to flee into Florida's dark underbelly.

Despite the four centuries that divide them, Dominic and Zane each discover the same extraordinary secret and their stories converge in a shocking way.

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Meet the Author

Sean Bloomfield is an award-winning writer and filmmaker, and a former fishing guide. He holds a degree in Creative Writing from The University of Tampa, with a double-major in Communication/Film. Sean's documentary films have been shown around the world. He has lived in New Zealand and Bosnia-Herzegovina, and he currently resides in his native Florida where he spends most of his free time on (or in) the ocean. The Sound of Many Waters is his first novel.

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