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on April 14, 2013 :
Beautiful. That's really the best word I can think of to describe this story.
This is a unique take on the Swan Maiden legend.
I love Eliza's struggle to keep her emotions in check, so she doesn't do something completely inappropriate, but continues to chase after her passions and dreams.I'm not a huge fan of first person point-of-view, but Eliza swept me up into her longing for her swan maiden, and carried me through her quest. In a way, it felt like the story itself gave me wings to fly through it.
Sweet, and beautiful.
(review of free book)