The Birth Tree

The Birth Tree

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by Angela Beegle
     
 

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First are the serfs of Downdale, scratching a bare existence from land they will never be allowed to own. Second, sailing across the North Sea, are the bloody-handed Vikings who take what they want. Third are the Sidhe Fae, whose long lives lead them to view humans as pets - at best. And then there are the great trees with enormous - and mutually exclusive - value

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First are the serfs of Downdale, scratching a bare existence from land they will never be allowed to own. Second, sailing across the North Sea, are the bloody-handed Vikings who take what they want. Third are the Sidhe Fae, whose long lives lead them to view humans as pets - at best. And then there are the great trees with enormous - and mutually exclusive - value to each of the three.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940045084246
Publisher:
Angela Beegle
Publication date:
11/12/2012
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
229 KB

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Meet the Author

Angela lives in the Pacific Northwest, where (according to her coffee cup) the average temperature in July is 65F, and the average in January is 40F. She feels this very comfortable range, plus the distinct lack of poisonous snakes, spiders, fire ants, Africanized bees, hurricanes, tornadoes and droughts, more than makes up for the lack of sunlight nine months out of the year. She and her husband (who doesn't care about werewolves in the least) have been married since 1992, and have four delightful homeschooled children, a shelter-rescue dog, and three urban chickens. Her birthday is at Christmas time. What she really likes for her birthday is fuzzy sweaters. J/K.

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The Birth Tree 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is a short, but moving story about nobility, courage, and perseverance to take back what is hers in the face of overwhelming odds. It's about a simple peasant woman teaching humility, humanity and the nobility of the human spirit to a powerful immortal person who, for all his power, has no wisdom or the capacity for simple human kindness, until he meets her. It's about family, a Man, his wife and their child, separated by war and tragedy that, because of her courage, find their way back to each other.