May Day #2019

May Day By CatherineRobertson May Day A lively magical short story about making your own choices Cadi has had enough of watching her brother and her boyfriend argue over what s best for her But until now she s not had the courage to ta
  • Title: May Day
  • Author: CatherineRobertson
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  • Page: 442
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • May Day By CatherineRobertson
    May Day By CatherineRobertson A lively, magical short story about making your own choices Cadi has had enough of watching her brother and her boyfriend argue over what s best for her But, until now, she s not had the courage to take charge of her own life Tonight, though, is May Eve when, according to folklore, all manner of strange things are possible When Cadi becomes lost in the bluebell woods aA lively, magical short story about making your own choices Cadi has had enough of watching her brother and her boyfriend argue over what s best for her But, until now, she s not had the courage to take charge of her own life Tonight, though, is May Eve when, according to folklore, all manner of strange things are possible When Cadi becomes lost in the bluebell woods and meets a man who lives there wild with his dog, she begins to believe it might be true Spring promises new life and a fresh start, doesn t it But every choice has a consequence, and, for Cadi, perhaps death and danger wait nearby, too .If you liked this story, check out Catherine Robertson s intriguing novel THE HIDING PLACES.
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    About “CatherineRobertson

    • CatherineRobertson

      1 best selling New Zealand author, Catherine Robertson was born in Wellington, New Zealand She left for a while to live in San Francisco and Buckinghamshire, but is now back home She lives in a house by the sea with her husband, two dogs, two cats, and two sons Her first three humorous novels The Sweet Second Life of Darrell Kincaid, The Not so Perfect Life of Mo Lawrence, and The Misplaced Affections of Charlotte Fforbes all reached 1 on the NZ bestsellers list Her latest and completely different novel, The Hiding Places, also reached 1 and recently won the Nelson Libraries NZ Fiction Book of the Year 2015 award Her latest novel, Gabriel s Bay, is out now.

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    • Short and fun, it was sweet to see characters I had grown attached to in The Hidden Places from another perspective they were all there, maknig their cameo appearance I enjoy Robertson s use of language and the mystery surrounding Jack and his faithful Gabriel The mysticism became somewhat apparent here, too.I think this is a better one to read AFTER you ve read The Hidden Places , as it is like re meeting with old friends.


    • This story was just OK for me It had the potential to be good but kinda fell flat I also did not like the ending.


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