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Shadows of Sylvaheim

By: Toula Gordillo
Narrated by: Dr. Toula Gordillo
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Following a family tragedy and the discovery of a huge family secret, 16-year-old Jack and his quirky sister Emily must travel the Bifrost to a mythical realm called Sylvaheim. Here, they learn to conquer their deepest fears. Jack converses with a riddle-talking tree, battles a troll, dines with faeries, and falls in love with a water nymph named Ari.

Separated from Jack by a huge hedge of silver, their mother's life hangs in the balance. To save her family and reunite with her brother, 14-year-old Emily must find a mythical plant called silphium. As she traverses Sylvaheim with a clumsy warrior princess from Norse mythology, Emily symbolically "cuts" her own shadow, narrowly escapes from Merlin's cave, and makes a deal with the god of the underworld.

Featuring real-life themes reframed as mythic fantasy, Shadows of Sylvaheim is a truly unique audiobook. It may be used to generate classroom discussion, as part of counseling, or as a stand-alone audiobook for youth and older adults aged 15+.

©2021 Toula Gordillo (P)2023 Toula Gordillo

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