Spirit Singer

Winner, City of Regina Book Award, 2002 Saskatchewan Book Awards

A new, revised edition of Edward Willett’s multi-award-winning young adult fantasy

Amarynth is a Spirit Singer, gifted – or cursed, as she  sometimes thinks – with the ability to lead the spirits of the dead from the Lower World through the Between World to the Gate of the Upper World and the Light that lies beyond it.

While she is still an apprentice. her grandfather and tutor dies, slain by a mysterious creature in the Between World, an evil Beast that is blocking access to the Upper World’s Gate. Without a Spirit Singer, her village cannot survive, so Amarynth embarks on a hazardous quest to find out what the Beast is, how it can be defeated, and how she can become a full-fledged Spirit Singer – a quest that takes her not only from her tiny seacoast home to the city of Havenheart and the haunted mountains of the south, but across the even more rugged terrain of her own soul.

Winner of the 2002 Regina Book Award (one of the Saskatchewan Book Awards)

Winner of a 2002 Dream Realm Award (young adult category) for excellence in e-published science fiction, fantasy, and horror

Winner of the 2002 EPPIE Award for best electronically published young adult fiction


“…a strong, well-written book with great adventure and sympathetic characters…” – Canadian Literature Magazine

“A fast-paced, spiritual quest book, full of narrow escapes, evil masquerading as good…adventure, dreams, and bits of wisdom. Written for teens, but this fifty-something guy had a great time.” – David Waltner-Toews

“The plot is fast-paced and clever, the writing never disappoints, and the author clearly keeps his target audience in mind. A great read from start to finish.” – Shirlee Matheson


Additional information

Weight 0.696 lbs
Dimensions 8.5 × 5.5 × 0.554 in

Trade Paperback, Epub, Kindle, Kobo, Nook, iBooks


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