Book Of The Day – I’ll Run Till The Sun Goes Down

by Ron on December 21, 2016

Today’s Book of the Day is a Memoir by David Sandum and it’s 88% off for a limited time. I’ll Run Till the Sun Goes Down has a 4.9 star rating and is on sale for only 99 cents – save $7!

“I read this book like it was a fine meal, not wanting to stop until it was totally consumed.” P.M. – Amazon Reviewer

I’ll Run Till the Sun Goes Down
by David Sandum
Rating: 4.9 Stars
Genre: Memoirs and Biographies
Price: $0.99 save $7


David Sandum appeared to have it all: a beautiful young family and a promising career ahead as a business consultant. But his life started veering off course, and upon returning to his native Scandinavia, he fell into an inexplicable, deep depression.

I’ll Run Till the Sun Goes Down is a searingly honest account of David’s struggle to overcome his crippling mental illness. After years of hopeless despair, bleak hospitalizations, and shattered dreams, he is finally saved by his art. The paintbrush becomes his lifeline.

Richly illustrated with the work of the artists who have inspired him as well as samples of his own drawings and paintings, this memoir offers both a compelling read and a visual story of David’s courageous battle with depression.

Here’s what the reviewers have to say:

David’s book opened my eyes to the enormous difficulties that living with this crippling disease brings – not only to the individual, but to family and close friends. David is a fighter and eventually found art was his salvation in dealing with his depression – painting provided a much needed way to communicate and release his dark feelings. I would highly recommend this engaging read!


I am in awe of David’s book. It is one of the most honest and well-written memoirs I have read in a long time. I was immediately pulled in by his powerful story, as well as his artwork — especially his drawings. He doesn’t just tell us his story, he shows us.


This book is a must read for anyone, but people who work with individuals who have a mental illness, or people who wish to understand and support relatives or friends who deal with mental illness of any kind, need to read I’ll Run Till The Sun Goes Down. I loved this book, and I love what I know about David Sandum from his book – it is a great gift to all of us.


Harrowing, intense, poignant, and, above all, sincere are the best words I can use to describe David’s beautifully told memoir. Admittedly, it is difficult to read at certain points. Any empathetic person will definitely have to put the book down to catch their breath from time to time.


The writing is compelling and well done, short chapters made reading it a pleasure, with plenty of time in between to reflect. He starts the chapters with a journal entry from that specific time in his life and it gives you a different perspective. I highly recommend this book, it is a great story, captivating and very inspiring.

Get I’ll Run Till the Sun Goes Down here: I’ll Run Till the Sun Goes Down

About The Author

David Sandum was born in Gothenburg, Sweden, and lived several years as a young man in the United States. He attended the University of Utah and graduated in 1999 with a BA in speech communication. When he became ill with depression, he turned to writing and art to grapple with his symptoms. A thriving painter today, he views himself primarily as a colorist and expressionist; energy and emotions are key to his work. In 2010, he earned international acclaim by founding TwitterArtExhibit, a social media initiative that enlists artists to help raise funds for local charities. This annual event has gone global, taking place in such cities as Los Angeles, Orlando, and New York City. David lives with his wife and two sons in Moss, Norway.

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