Charlotte's Feathers

Rated 4.50/5 based on 2 reviews
A young man named Benjamin Strong has just lost everything after the death of his parents and girlfriend. After a failed Suicide attempt, Benjamin wakes up to find his an angelic version of his girlfriend Charlotte sitting by the edge of his bed. She tells him that he has seven days left to live- and that he has a very important decision to make: Die alone, or take all of humanity with him.
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Price: Free! USD
Words: 40,460
Language: English
ISBN: 9781465732033
About Matthew Fish

Matthew Fish is an author/artist from Bloomington, Illinois. His writing reflects his love for nature, and the aspects of life that deal with grief, memories, and sadness while still holding on to that tiny bit of magic and hope left in the world.

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Reviews

Review by: Mary Bridgeford on Sep. 29, 2013 :
One of the best Angel stories I've ever read. This is one of those "feel good-cry your eyes out" experiences. There are surprises delicately woven into the narrative. It reminds me of the defense attorney's closing statement in John Grisham's movie 'A Time to Kill' - he asks the jury to close their eyes, then relates the sad circumstances of the black girl's death, then he ends with : "now imagine she's white". This story takes you on a journey in someone else's shoes, BUT you won't know in whose shoes you travel until the end of the story. Stay with it. What a wonderful story.
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Review by: Melody Hewson on March 11, 2012 :
This was a terribly depressing story, but overall, I liked it.
There were a few errors, mostly cases of missing or mispelled words, but no one reads as much as I do and let's that stop them.
Loved how "Benji" was shown the consequences of his actions even though he wasn't there.
My only real problem was the ending. It felt incomplete somehow. Something was missing.
Overall, however, a good story with an interesting moral.
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