Flowers End

Flowers End

by Gerard O'Keeffe
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Flowers End by Gerard O'Keeffe

A young woman travels to a remote Welsh valley in search of her family history and finds herself embroiled in the myth and magic of that ancient land.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940033299621
Publisher: Gerard O'Keeffe
Publication date: 06/17/2012
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 486,992
File size: 139 KB

About the Author

Gerard O’Keeffe was born and brought up in the Midlands and studied Irish and American literature in London before qualifying as a teacher. He switched careers to business and marketing across the charity sector, where he worked with leading social enterprises, cultural and educational providers. He continues to work in consultancy, education and on creative projects with new talent.

Coming from a family with Irish roots, he has written and painted since his teenage years, as have his siblings. In his writing he often changes genre but is particularly interested in themes of trauma, silence and salvation. Much of his fiction has its basis in fact and he uses research and real events as the springboard for his work. He lives with his family in Cambridge where he enjoys collecting contemporary art, working with other writers and attending arts events.

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Flowers End 2.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This free, 17 page short story was creepy. It was very well written and edited. It was suspensful. The style reminded me of Stephen King's son's writing. ( I can not remember his name, though I have wracked my brain.) Hmm.... I am a poet and did not know it. This a story about a young girl helping her father with geneology research. Her mother disappeared years ago. The story tells what happened to the mom, but not why, nor exactly what the ghost is and why what happens with it occurs. Is it a family only event? I was left wondering about several things, as if the story was incomplete or a prequal. It is a celtic tale. Ages 12 and up. AD
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It was a very short ghost story making you wonder where the ghost fits in the story or why it's there.