The Crow: A poignant tale of misunderstanding, dying, blame and bitterness. (A Red Grouse Tale)

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by Leslie W P Garland

The Crow: A poignant tale of misunderstanding, dying, blame and bitterness. (A Red Grouse Tale)

The Crow - a poignant tale of misunderstanding, dying, blame and bitterness.
This story, which centres on our almost desperate desire to leave something to mark our lives upon this earth, is told as a history recounted by Dave, of the time when he, as a child, was taken by his mother to a hospice where he met a dying and embittered old Irish priest known as Mad Father Patrick, who told him about the school days and subsequent rise of a local councillor, Reginald Monday, and of his (Monday's) involvement in the construction of a dam which flooded a valley. Father Patrick's increasingly mad tale is told with a blend of biblical quotations, philosophical musings and wild fantasy, but how does it end and just why is he so bitter?
An adult fantasy story for those who like to think about what they are reading.

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Genres: Christian, Contemporary Fiction, Different, Fantasy, New Adult, Religious, Young Adult (YA)

Google Category: None

Pages: 71

ASIN: B011O33Z08

Sales Rank: 3095319

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