Author Thomas Kent’s new book “Orphans Through My Window” is a compelling tale of a boy who can’t speak and develops a telepathic communication with a squirrel

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Recent release “Orphans Through My Window” from Page Publishing author Thomas Kent is an entertaining story for the detective in everyone about a child born with a malady that makes him unable to speak who finds himself able to communicate telepathically with a friendly squirrel. Readers from teens to grandparents will be taken in by the story’s compelling, dramatic events and surprise ending.

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Thomas Kent has completed his new book “Orphans Through My Window”: a story with unique and unlikely protagonists. Kent grew up in Michigan and now resides on the west coast of California with his wife of over thirty years. He has been a poet and a songwriter since a young age and hopes readers enjoy his first novel as much as he enjoyed writing it.

Published by Page Publishing, Kent’s book centers around Spencer Helms and a squirrel named Dell who develop a magical telepathic way of communicating. Spencer, an only child, was born with a malady which caused him to be unable to speak. As a result, his parents decided to school him at home. Along the way, Spencer discovers he has a natural talent as a sketch artist. This will prove to have profound consequences.

The story takes place between the politically turbulent years of 1962 and 1963. Together, Spencer and Dell’s world is filled with the unexpected life experiences of their neighbors, as well as the dramatic events occurring historically, some of which are very disturbing. The story will grip readers and take them along for the ride, right up to the surprise ending.

Readers who wish to experience this mysterious tale for themselves can purchase “Orphans Through My Window” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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