Songs For Guitar and French Harp
By Angelia Sparrow
Published by Storm Moon Press
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Published: Dec. 22, 2011
Words: 19,995 (approximate)
Arthur is an animal construct who works in the freak-show at a traveling carnival. After his friend, a dancer named Gordon, doesn't show at the next carnival stop, Arthur will do anything to find and save him from cruel humans.
Arthur works in the freak-show at a traveling carnival. Billed as the 'teddy bear boy', he gets no small amount of attention, but he's not the only one wowing audiences with his half-animal physique. Fellow animal construct, Gordon, is a dancing lion, and the two become quick friends behind the scenes of the circus. But when animal constructs are second-class citizens and the legal property of others, falling in love is the most dangerous act of all.
When Gordon's dance troupe doesn't show up to the carnival, Arthur fears the worst. It wouldn't be the first time Gordon has fallen prey to cruel humans who would rather use his body than simply watch it up on stage, and Arthur is determined to do whatever is necessary to find Gordon and save him. Only then will he be able to show Gordon what a life of love and freedom is truly like.
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