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read mobi Ø Where Wildfires Glow · Kindle Edition å Where Wildfires Glow is a beautiful nightmare that reveals a child's resiliency exposes the horrors of childhood trauma and provides a thought provoking look at healing the soul all in one dose Manhattan Book ReviewWhen a twelve year old boy is discovered living in theHere are many uestions that need answering After the boy is taken into custody nothing can prepare the local state trooper for what he is about to lear Where Wildfires Glow by Mutch KatsongaThanks to the author Mutch Katsonga for an ebook copy of Where the Wildfires GlowWhen a twelve year old boy is found living in the unforgiving Baybrook woodlands there are many uestions that need answering Nothing can prepare the local state trooper for what he is about to learn I give this book a rating of 5 stars and I highly recommend it This book was amazing and it was nothing like I have read before It was very emotional and it really made me think about a lot of different things while reading it It had a lot of twists and it kept me wanting to read and glued to the book right to the last pageThis will definitely not be the last book that I read by Mutch Katsonga

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Where Wildfires Glow is a beautiful nightmare that reveals a child's resiliency exposes the horrors of childhood trauma and provides a thought provokin ‘He did not like looking into people’s eyes; there’s too much information there’Author Mutch Kasonga is also a songwriter and musician and has lived worked and performed in the UK US A and Australasia Mutch earned his degree in Creative Writing and Journalism from Griffith University Australia He is a Mental Health Professional and as worked in youth and rehab services His published books to date are BEYOND THE SPIRAL GATES THE GHOST YEARS and now WHERE WILDFIRES GLOW As a musician he records and performs his original music using his stage name Indie Soull Mutch has a gift for writing frightening tales stories that hold enough realism to urge the reader to identify with the characters while at the same time opening the door to mysterious places and characters that jar our attention and result in finishing the booking one sitting so well paced is the drama he unfoldsBefore deciding this book is just another nightmare inducing tale read the following excerpt ‘Spirit is preternatural it is not of this material world But it influences our daily lives The spirit world and the material world are inextricably intertwined They bear a close relation to the reality of our lives and the meaning of life as we experience it each and every day Including the way we relate to each other’The story deals with a young lad aged twelve who is discovered in the night woods by State Trooper Elmer Reed and taken into captivity where the lad reveals his experience in a darkly mysterious place called Resnik Manor The lad had become homeless when his father was imprisoned one night and social workers placed him n a foster home – Resnik Manor with his ‘mother’ Carol and her all girls wards He discovers Alex – a strange woman the lover of Carol and the tutor Dave the lad refers to him as Clark Kent and form there the mystery unfolds – strange occurrences the spirit of death the return of the lad’s father from prison and the truth about the characters of Resnik ManorTo offer would remove the unfolding terror and ending of this fascinating and well written ‘biography’ Mutch Kasonga ‘s manner of writing deserves an example – ‘“Carol told me what happened with him I’m sorry Sometimes grown ups lose their way and make mistakes They do things that they shouldn’t Sometimes they end up hurting other people in the process The police have to get involved Often people just keep things secret from everyone It’s never easy to understand why people end up doing things that are wrong Sometimes they do it for their families because they think it will help make life better Sometimes they do things to help ease their frustration stress and pain I know this might be hard for someone your age to understand But I want you to remember that even when people do make mistakes it doesn’t mean they are necessarily a bad person It could just mean that they lost their way Maybe they didn’t have anyone to support them through a tough time Without anyone to help us through our stress frustration loneliness and emotional pain our view of reality can become distorted and messed up When a person’s view of life becomes distorted by emotional pain everything good starts looking bad and everything bad starts to look good They start to no longer care about conseuences The reality is they actually stop caring about themselves Then they stop caring about everyone else around them Then they stop caring about the environment and the community in which they live in And lastly they stop caring about the whole world This toxic domino effect makes a person capable of anything This is why people always need each other to help uplift and support oneanother through life We also have to acknowledge our own wrongdoings We have to always take responsibility for our actions We must accept the conseuences Then we must seek forgiveness” After Dave said this the boy just stood next to him in silence He had understood every word The words affected him deeply The power of those words and the purity of nature made the tears well up in his eyes He had never had this kind of talk with anyone The circumstances made the words particularly poignant It was a turning point in his young life Instantly he felt as though he had matured significantly’This is an exciting reading experience for such a short novel and one filled with important observations about trust fidelity family and Highly recommended

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