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The Vanishing Sculptor: A Novel

2 Ratings: 2.0
A book by Donita K. Paul

Praise forThe Vanishing Sculptor    “Have you ever looked at a painting from a distance and thought it beautiful, only to draw nearer to it and realize it was more exquisite, complex, and wonderful than you ever imagined?The … see full wiki

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Author: Donita K. Paul
Publisher: WaterBrook Press
2 reviews about The Vanishing Sculptor: A Novel
review by . July 22, 2009
Tipper, a young Emerlindian, has been responsible for her family's upkeep since her sculptor father vanished several years back. It's been years since she last saw her father, and her mother's, the Lady Peg, mental health has slowly been deteriorating since then, so she has had to single-handedly do everything in her power to maintain her family's good name. She has even had to sell her father's beloved sculptures for money in order to pay their servants and purchase food. Until the night her father, …
review by . June 02, 2009
posted in Christian Fiction
I thoroughly enjoyed the "DragonKeeper Chronicles" series and they're the favorite books of my 11-year-old friend, so we were obviously looking forward to this book. You don't need to read those books to understand this one, but I'd suggest reading them first because I liked them more.    "The Vanishing Sculptor" is a Christian allegorical fantasy novel. It is a good book with enjoyable and entertaining characters. However, I don't think this book had the right viewpoint character. …
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