Hawk Training in Shakespeare's Time

Rated 3.00/5 based on 2 reviews
A young divorcée moves into a new house with her small son. She finds it difficult adjusting to single life, and soon becomes unraveled by the strange happenings in the neighborhood. Convinced she’s losing her grip, she discovers her fears of living alone are at the root of her paranoia, and unwittingly becomes infatuated with the next door neighbor. More
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Review by: James Jenkins on July 16, 2016 :
The title "Hawk Training in Shakespeare's Time" and this story have nothing common. The story is not overly good or bad, but the title misrepresents the content.
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Review by: Boris Seaweed on July 04, 2016 :
Rather touching.
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