The Canary: A Modern Folktale

Rated 4.00/5 based on 3 reviews
Torn between loyalty to her sister and the man she loves, Damiah hopelessly pours out her heart to a golden canary - without realising that her little bird's song is full of the hope she lacks. More
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About Benjamin Parsons

I am a writer and artist from the Westcountry of England now living in London. I write and illustrate latter-day folk-tales full of love, hate, ambition, revenge and beauty, with supernatural interventions and terrible twists.

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Review by: Shorea A. on Sep. 26, 2015 :
I totally agree the cover would look great on a tshirt. :-) Anyway, I like the story, particularly the open ending. But not so much the writing style. Too much "telling" instead of "showing."
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Review by: C. J. Berry on Jan. 5, 2013 :
One more thing - forgot to mention the fine cover - wouldn't that look fine on a T-shirt?
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Review by: C. J. Berry on Jan. 5, 2013 :
A very fragile, sweet - almost too sweet - story - NOT for cynics - DEFINITELY for romantics, especially those left lovelorn on Valentine's Day. Written in a delicate, sensitive prose style (and NO TYPOS! Thank you!), nothing jarring, all adding to the atmosphere. Well done.
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