The Valley of the Singing Girl by White Feather

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Once, long ago, the ruler of a mountainous Asian nation sought counsel from a Tibetan holy man on how he could help lead his people through change. The holy man gave the leader a magic flute that would drastically change his life. This is the story of that flute which led the leader on a journey of self-realization. The flute would eventually lead him to a 12-year old farm girl who had the most divine singing voice in the world. When she sang, people wept at the beauty of it and people were also spontaneously healed. What happened when the flute, the leader, and the singing girl got together is an event of divine proportions. Faced with a large Mongol army that is ready to kidnap the singing girl, the leader must quickly find a way to save the girl and his people. Find out what role the Divine Mother plays in the unfolding drama. A very moving story.

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Published March 23, 2008 by Lip Gravy Press. 47 pages
Genres: History, Religion & Spirituality, Literature & Fiction, Law & Philosophy. Fiction

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