Hunger Of The PineA NOVEL
TEAL SWAN is the author of six internationally published books, the creator of hundreds of frequency paintings, as well as the popular "Ask Teal" YouTube series. She is the owner and founder of Teal Eye LLC, a company focused on bringing self empowerment and healing back to the individual.
About the author
Teal SwanTEAL SWAN, International Speaker and Best-Selling Author is a survivor of severe childhood abuse. Today, having integrated her own harrowing life experience, she inspires millions of people around the world towards truth, authenticity, freedom, and joy.
Teal Swan's intention for this book is to bring awareness to the social challenges of the homeless youth. Diving deep into this issue, Teal's goal is to reflect the challenges of homelessness in her novel "Hunger Of The Pine".
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About the book
"Aria Abbott never had a home. Having drifted through the foster system and it's Harrowing flaws, she decides to run away and finds herself dependent on the unforgiving city streets. Without hope for a better life, she boards a Greyhound bus for Los Angeles and never looks back. There she meets a collection of characters living out their lives on the streets, in the forgotten margins of the society."
Chapters In The BookPart one : Monody Chapter 1 -9 Part two : Fugue concerto Chapter 10-18 Part three : sonata appassionata Chapter 19 - 27 Part four : coda Chapter 28 - 36
Excerpt From The Book"The muffled tapping of the soles of her favorite high-top sneakers sounded against the floor of the endless hallway. From high above her, the windows, which were no larger than jail cell windows, cast an array of silken light shards on the floor below her. The hallways of the school were empty. She was late again. She could smell the all-too-familiar smell of cafeteria lunch being prepared. Like a tedious symphony, her breath and heartbeat played their anxious notes and she tried to time her footsteps to them. She hated being late. She hated the heavy feeling of people’s stares. She hated the texture of shame... "
“Let your roots grow down into him and let your lives be built on him.”