Listening To Crows

Rated 4.80/5 based on 5 reviews
Free romance. 1,813 words. Putting her mother into a home hadn't been her first choice. But she'd let exhaustion rule her decisions and now her heart was paying for it. More
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Words: 1,960
Language: English
ISBN: 9781466155732
About Jacqueline Hopper

Jacqueline Hopper currently resides in New Brunswick, Canada. Always willing to learn new things pertaining to the publishing industry, she's studied to become a proofreader, copy editor, and writer, and has dabbled with ghostwriting.


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Review by: Lynette Sofras on Nov. 12, 2013 :
Crows: like swans, they mate for life, but while swans have become powerful literary symbols, the connotations of these rather fearful, black birds are quite different. Like Amanda, I failed to see the poetry or beauty of crows, until Corvid, Amanda's former fiancé pointed this out in his own special way. This poignant short story conveys a powerful message about loving, trusting and sharing. Beautifully told - I felt uplifted by it.
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Review by: Emily Paige Skeen on May 07, 2013 : (no rating)
Amazing that such a powerful story can be told in so few pages! I truly enjoyed it, and look forward to reading more from Jacqueline Hopper!
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Review by: Faye Hollidaye on April 18, 2013 :
A great short read. I recommend for anyone who likes a well-written story.
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Review by: Antony W.F. Chow on March 09, 2013 :
With subtlety and effortlessly, the author weaves a wonderful short romance story around the need to enroll a parent into a nursing home. A daughter is at wit's end trying to care for her ailing mother, and decides to take a desperate measure. But someone from her past steps in to offer an alternative. Nicely done!
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Review by: Fine Form Press on Jan. 19, 2013 :
I really enjoyed how Ms Hopper, through her well-crafted short story, so clearly conveys the emotions of the tragic, yet commonplace drama of putting one's elderly parent in a home. I especially liked how this dramatic event is contained within a bigger romantic story arc. The use of a deaf character also added another layer of humanity to the touching story.

I highly recommend Listening To Crows. It will brighten a reader's day. I know it did mine. I look forward to reading more of Ms Hopper's fiction.
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Review by: Gerty So on Oct. 06, 2012 :
I just loved this book. It was such a touching story. I recommend this story highly. Keep writing, you are a very talented writer.
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