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By: David Charles Williams

Will the Birds Ever Sing Again?

Pages: 130 Ratings: 5.0
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Ever since the beginning of the 20th century, humans have been destroying our beautiful planet.

Not always intentional.

In the 2020s world leaders set out plans to help to stop dangerous emissions. Sadly, not much changed.

Now as we are facing the biggest challenge ever to save our planet, it's now or never.

David was born in 1952.

He married Diane in 1970. They have two daughters, six grandchildren and one great granddaughter.


David retired in 2017 and that’s when he started to write children’s stories. First of all for his grandchildren.

He enjoyed writing so much that he soon had a large collection of children’s stories.

He has self-published some. David then started to write more adult stories, ‘who done it’ and the like.

David finds writing a great way of taking his mind off his arthritis.









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  • Dennis

    My very humble opinion regarding your Book is that it is very compelling and was addictive to me. I have
    read very few Fiction Books which normally would take me a long time to read from Cover to Cover.
    However, I read your Book very quickly and found it absolutely absorbing my mind and thoughts, in fact
    as though I was living in the year 2057, quite amazing for me. I read it along the lines of the 'Po'ouli' Bird
    versus The Red Worms. I liked every Chapter especially when you wrote " Meanwhile Supun and Hiruni etc.

    Your book certainly brings out the seriousness of this worlds current Pandemic Coviid 19 and how fortunate
    we are to have this vaccine.

    Please don't stop writing David, you are a very gifted and talented Author and I hope to be around when you
    have more Books published. Thank You so much.

  • Dennis F. Stoke

    The Book Title was significant for me to read it as I don't normally read any fiction books.
    I found it quite fascinating and my thoughts were as though I was living in the year 2057 with some strange phenomenon. It made me think quite seriously about Global Warming especially as the Icebergs are now slowly disappearing. What lies under these at the bottom of the Ocean ?
    This Author in my humble opinion writes with a flair and vivid imagination.
    I do hope that he goes far because he deserves all the accolade he gets.

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