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Wounded Crows Don't Fly by E. Motketsan
  

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Wounded Crows Don't Fly by E. Motketsan

It's as if you are walking in the fields of a classic novelist with this brilliant look at two brothers growing up on a Nebraska wheat farm in the 1930s. The pursuit of their individual passions separates them until an ironic twist of fate brings one of them home in an emotional change of heart. The poignant story describes the interconnections of family, dreams and sacrifices. The distinctive writing style of Edward Motketsan builds the story on multiple planes from the very first page as he carefully conveys the depth of the characters. The novel keeps you engaged until the last page is reached and the story comes together in a sublime and lucid finale. In today's fast-paced world of instant life, this is a welcomed leisurely stroll of how our grandparents enjoyed to live.

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Publication date

25th May 2006

Author

E. Motketsan

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Publisher

Lulu.com

Format

Paperback
106 pages

Categories

Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)

ISBN

9781411696495

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