The Song of Ballad and Crescendo

Rated 4.00/5 based on 4 reviews
An illustrated short story about love.
Back when the sky was covered with stone, and people were afraid to talk lest the rocks would fall and crush them, a young man is so in love that he is willing to let the sky fall to tell the woman he wants that he loves her.
Featuring photography by the author.

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Words: 3,090
Language: English
About Noah Mullette-Gillman

Noah Mullette-Gillman was born in Montclair, New Jersey. He spent his childhood there, as well as in the town of Manly, Australia, and the woods of Upstate New York. He earned a multidisciplinary degree in Philosophy and Creative Writing at Bard College in Annandale-on-Hudson, New York.
His favorite color is blue.
His favorite number is 8.
His favorite song is currently Moment of Surrender.
He thinks better and more clearly as the day goes on, arguably climbing to his intellectual summit in the middle of the night, when the world has gone to sleep and he can think without any interfering broadcasts from other brains.

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Reviews

Review by: Candy Beauchamp on Oct. 10, 2010 :
I read this towards the end of the 24-hour read-a-thon I did and all I could think was "Dude, pass me those funny brownies". This is a little tiny bit out there for me, it's written very... and I'm looking for the right word here... airy, perhaps? It is VERY short and comes with a sample of his novel as well. I read that as well, it looks interesting, I plan to look at his book again before deciding if I want to read it or not.

BUT this particular short story is a sweet little love story, it almost feel like a mythological story. The photography is absolutely stunning. I had to load it into my PC so I could fully appreciate the photos. Just gorgeous.

Well worth a quick read (like 30 minutes, tops) for someone that likes mythology or just something a little different. Funny brownies not included.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Monique Martin on Sep. 04, 2010 :
A charming little fable with equally lovely photographs. It's a joyous reminder of the power of love.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Kipp Poe Speicher on Aug. 27, 2010 :
Another great read from an amazing author. This heart warming fable takes place in a time when the world is covered in stones for the sky. It is a story of love, and taking a chance. As humans we are all afraid to take chances not knowing the outcome of things. Something bad might happen, or maybe it will enlighten our lives and the lives of others forever.

This book takes a look at things we take for granted and shows us what we are missing even if it is right in front of us. The book has beautiful photos that play in harmony with the poetic words that share the page. This is the reason to own a Kindle to find stories like this that will enrich our lives.

An amazing author this book is just as magic as his first book (The White Hairs)
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: Sandra Gilbert on Aug. 26, 2010 :
Lovely little tale that made me smile. I would recommend it to anyone who needs a "pick me up" in their day.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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