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THE DAUGHTER OF THE SEA AND THE SKY:

 
“…a fully imagined, gripping read….” – Kirkus Reviews
 
“Author David Litwack gracefully weaves together his message with alternating threads of the fantastic and the realistic… The reader will find wisdom and grace in this beautifully written story….” – San Francisco Review
 
“David Litwack’s sweeping novel The Daughter of the Sea and the Sky is a powerful story that follows the journey of a mysterious but charming little girl whose mere presence seems to have changed the lives of those people around her. In more ways than they bargained for, even troubled souls like Helena and Jason have seen major transformation in their lives. Superbly imagined with a tense plot which makes it difficult to put down, David Litwack has another bestseller to his name.” – the GreatReads! (An Amazon TOP 500 REVIEWER)
 
“This was a great read for me. Kailani is so mysterious and interesting. She disarms and charms everyone around her, and usually heals some pain in their hearts. Throughout most of the novel, we never know exactly who she is or where she comes from. She claims to be the daughter of the sea and sky and knows the wind. What does that mean? You’ll have to read to find out. And then Helena and Jason were both strong characters with a great moral compass. They were not content to leave things to the authorities. They wanted to protect Kailani and get her back home. The novel tackled the difference between a society based on science and reason (and no religion) to one based strictly on religion. But it never demonizes either group and shows the best that each has to offer. The world here (two continents and societies divided by an ocean and connected by a land bridge) was fascinating. I really wanted to learn more but we were only told what was necessary for the story. Litwack always produces great, polished novels that explore deep themes and this one is no exception. This is a page turner in the way that you want to know who this girl is and what she is about. It’s a great journey and a memorable one.” – Michael P. Long
 
“This author is a new favourite of mine. Yes, it’s only one book and it may be a fluke, but the writing isn’t. This is a great author with a talent for storytelling. Litwick weaves an intricate, but not complicated tale into a book that would seem long if not for the fact that it was easily devoured in not a lot of time. Overall, it took me three days, which is pretty good for a book this size.” – Elle Lainey
 
The Daughter of the Sea and the Sky is a captivating read from author David Litwick. This is the story of a troubled teen who is ultimately able to see the best in everyone. There are so many emotions that are invoked by this novel – faith, hope, loss, grief, reconciliation, conflict, compassion. It is an emotional story that will grip readers immediately from the opening pages and will hold that same attention until the very end. The best story I’ve read all Year!!! HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!!!” – Avid Reader 1974
 
“This is a tale of the heart and soul, of the beautiful yearning for meaning, and of how it can be found in the union of faith and reason, as well as in creativity. Everything, Litwack seems to say, points to Spirit. In this novel, nature itself embodies the spiritual world. The farm’s overseer, Sebastian, knows this well, for he has been at the farm for many years, and is completely attuned to the rhythm of the seasons. I’m delighted to have truly found nothing negative to say about this book. The Daughter of the Sea and the Sky is a beautiful, moving novel, one that I predict will become an instant classic, especially in the literature of spirituality. It is a novel to be treasured and re-read many times, not only for its beauty, but for its thought-provoking treatment of universal themes.” – A Night’s Dream of Books
 
“The characters in this story are so deep and intricate. They warmed my heart, wet my eyes, and – in the case of Benjamin – made me shudder. This story… really challenged the way I view things and made me reevaluate my position on the line between faith and fact.” – Lisa Senftleben
 
“Insightful story where you are considered a zealot if you believe in anything greater than yourself, yet to deify Reason puts you in the normal society. An innocent children crashes on the shores of reason hoping to do penance. The family that develops and the faith at the heart of the matter is amazing. Wonderful story!” – Dawn McCrea
 
“This is a tale of the heart and soul, of the beautiful yearning for meaning, and of how it can be found in the union of faith and reason, as well as in creativity. Everything, Litwack seems to say, points to Spirit. In this novel, nature itself embodies the spiritual world. I’m delighted to have truly found nothing negative to say about this book. The Daughter of the Sea and the Sky is a beautiful, moving novel, one that I predict will become an instant classic, especially in the literature of spirituality. It is a novel to be treasured and re-read many times, not only for its beauty but for its thought-provoking treatment of universal themes.” – Maria Behar