The Wind Rose
If David, whose deafness still eludes treatment, cannot hear it, will he be able to tap into music's power to save the planet from catastrophe? Only if he is able to reunite the three sacred artifacts: the Singer crystal, the Rose Crystal pendant, and the Wind Rose compass. Their Triune energy is all that David needs to re-harmonize the destructive discordant music created by a vengeful music master. The mystical clipper ship Moon Singer is David's transport to the Source of his paranormal abilities, but only through his complete understanding of the Power of Three to Become One will he manifest his destiny and once again save a life that means more to him than his own. That understanding will come to him when he deciphers the cryptic musical codes that have been created for evil purposes. In unraveling these codes David will come to know his own soul's song, the one that allows his disability to become his greatest gift.
"Symphonic in structure and in mastery of themes and variations, B. Roman has created a tale for young adults that is not only an uplifting tale but also one with philosophical grounds that should encourage all readers to view life anew. "
"I'm so glad that B. Roman has made music an integral part of The Wind Rose's plot. If you want to fully understand the story, you definitely need to check Book 1 and 2 first. I had the chance to read them both for free, and I can only say one thing - both of them are well worth your money. Naturally, after finishing Book 1 and 2, you should get The Wind Rose - it will provide you with a satisfactory conclusion of David's "journey" and his coping with his own disabilities. However, don't let the word "disabilities" fool you, as David's limitations might actually prove to be his greatest power."