Autumn Crone [NOOK Book]

Overview

Cursed by her own pride and greed, Crawna has lived a lonely life of seclusion, apart from her love. In a visit to the marketplace, she overhears a young woman about to make the same mistake. Can Crawna convince her of her folly?
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Overview

Cursed by her own pride and greed, Crawna has lived a lonely life of seclusion, apart from her love. In a visit to the marketplace, she overhears a young woman about to make the same mistake. Can Crawna convince her of her folly?
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781452456003
  • Publisher: Gypsy Shadow Publishing
  • Publication date: 10/28/2010
  • Series: The Seasons of Fantasy , #3
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 21
  • Sales rank: 1,382,036
  • Age range: 13 years
  • File size: 48 KB

Meet the Author

Aubrie Dionne is an author, flutist, and teacher in the New England Region. Her young adult fantasy novel, Dreams of Beauty, is published by SynergEbooks. Her work will be showcased in the fall issues of Nitebladeand Silverblade magazines, Wyvern Publications Dragontales Anthology, and Nightbird Publishing's Night Bird Singing in the Dead of NightAnthology. Her science fiction space opera, Nebula's Music, was recently contracted by Lyrical Press and is coming out in 2010. Her short story collections are published by Gypsy Shadow Publishing.  Her pirate story will be published in Bedazzeld Ink's Skulls and Crossbones anthology in January, 2010 and her short story, Song of the Bard, will be featured in Mindflightsezine in 2010. She currently teaches flute at Plymouth State University and a local community music school.
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  • Posted February 18, 2011

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    One bad deed, one good deed, musically balanced

    In Autumn Crone, by Aubrie Dionne, beautiful Crawna refuses to settle below her station despite her feelings for her young suitor. But years go by and leave her waiting for his return.

    When Crawna hears a young woman making the same mistake as her own she has to intervene. It's just that intervening means delving deep into memories, and memories can hurt.

    With intriguing hints of an earlier tale, deep wisdom, and selfless hope, the crone and the younger woman confer. And one good deed proves able to spread its wings in a most delightful way over the misery of Autumn Hall.

    Aubrie Dionne's Seasons of Fantasy quartet builds a satisfying completeness out of its fantastical worlds, and leaves the reader wiser and happier for the telling. Four lunch-break reads. And then it's nearly weekend and time to relax.

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