Little Sparrows

Little Sparrows
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Thoughtful pace, pov from each member of the familly. loved the ending....the sparrows.

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This was a really moving drama around a mother's terminal cancer told in five different voices, that of the narrator, of each of the three daughters, and of the mother. The father, conveniently, did not get to tell the story. Refreshingly slow-moving, unlike the frantic pace of too much of ...Read more

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