Sunlight The sunflower farm was the most boring place on earth Until weird things started happening What s the most boring place in the world The farm After his mother s death Sol is sent to spend the summer

  • Title: Sunlight
  • Author: C.L. Bledsoe
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 484
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The sunflower farm was the most boring place on earth Until weird things started happening What s the most boring place in the world The farm After his mother s death, Sol is sent to spend the summer with his aunt and uncle, but with no cell service and only an old dinosaur of a computer, Sol s not sure how he s going to survive But his boredom is interrupted by strangThe sunflower farm was the most boring place on earth Until weird things started happening What s the most boring place in the world The farm After his mother s death, Sol is sent to spend the summer with his aunt and uncle, but with no cell service and only an old dinosaur of a computer, Sol s not sure how he s going to survive But his boredom is interrupted by strange sounds at night, the discovery of a mysterious cave, and stuff that starts to sound an awful lot like a bedtime story his mother used to tell him when he was small that just might be true

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    1. C.L. Bledsoe

      C.L. Bledsoe Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Sunlight book, this is one of the most wanted C.L. Bledsoe author readers around the world.

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    1. 15 year old Sol is still grieving the loss of his mother, and his father who doesn't want to talk about the past is no comfort. When he goes to stay with his aunt and uncle on their farm, he encounters a strange new friend, a mysterious cave, and a diary left by his mother. Desperate to connect to his mother somehow, Sol devours the dairy and learns of a magical place his mother wrote about. I really enjoyed this book. It was a little slow to start, but once mysterious things began to happen, I [...]


    2. Sol (15 y.o.) and his dad are still struggling a year after the death of Sol's mother, but in different ways. Sol spends time being moody and reading and missing his mom, while his father spends time drinking a little more than he should. Neither of them is very happy with the other's way of coping, and when a conference comes up for Sol's dad, Sol is left to spend some time with an aunt and uncle he barely knows on their sunflower farm.But while Sol starts out bored, odd things start happening [...]


    3. Sunlight CL BledsoeAt first, the connections to the sun, seem a bit forced: the protagonist’s name, Sol, means sun, his spends weeks on a sunflower farm, he discovers a cave with many little suns drawn on the walls among other pictures, he reads a fairy-tale type story written by his mother about a journey to the land beyond darkness where there is always light, and he makes a friend who is allergic to the sun. However, as the story unfolds, it begins to connect. Sol’s own life is going thro [...]


    4. I have always been one to profess that a book isn't enjoyable simply because of the setting or topic it is about. What really sets a story apart is the magic the author infuses into it. Sunlight is exhibit "A" of this theory. Sunlight is a very simple, wholesome story about a boy stuck between childhood and adulthood, struggling with some very mature issues like the loss of his mother and his father's addiction to alcohol. He visits his Aunt's farms with the plan to stay there a week or two whil [...]



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