fawn

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Heaven is rays of sunlight dancing on wheat stalks, and wind twirling itself around chimes hung from tree branches.
Heaven is a flightless crow, a promise of forever tied to a necklace, and hidden love letters tucked away safely inside a tree.
Heaven is a fire-haired boy named Rust and his love for Ancel, a boy full of storm clouds.
Heaven is all the tiny threads of hope that hold them together. More
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About Nash Summers

Fanatical, fantastical, completely impractical writer of m/m stories.
A lover of wise talkers and things that go bump in the night.

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Review by: tatsuya57 on Sep. 24, 2016 :
Well. I don't know how to explain my feelings after reading this book. It's one of the best BL books I've ever read. It's been a while but I still remain nostalgic and with a sinking feeling in my heart. Rust is or was everything I wanted to be but I coudn't. Somehow reading about his life became painful but cherished my heart at the same time. Strange ambivalence. I'm glad I got to find this book so thank you very much. Thank you.
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Review by: Drako on July 4, 2015 :
so glad i stumbled across this book, it was short, but beautiful. That's a dream story, finding someone in childhood that you connect with so much that twenty years later no one measures up. And it was realistic. Two different boys, coming to terms with who they are in their own way. I absolutely loved Rust because he is what many of us wish we'd always been, completely sure of himself and what he likes, not caring about the societal norms. Ancel touches my heart because he has such an uphill battle and even in such a short read, you just want these two to end up together. Beautifully written, almost feels like it's based on a true story.
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