Mandy Wilson is an inexperienced nineteen-year-old student who has an adolescent crush on her recently divorced male neighbour, Michael Morrison.
He is a thirty-two-year-old teacher with a three-year-old son and an interest in ornithology and protecting endangered bird species.
The Day the Caged Bird Flew follows the first thirty-six hours of their relationship as it becomes more than just physical, where she learns about passion and power-play sex, his philosophy, where his love of birds comes from, and discovers a dark secret about his divorce. She also discovers more about herself, her friendship with her best friend, and a secret desire close to her own home.
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About the Author
The Day the Caged Bird Flew was written twelve years ago, but shelved, because she wasn't sure the world was ready for such candid candour. Some of this story might be autobiographical, but the truth would melt your mind.
Nina lives in Newcastle, on an estate similar to the one found within, and has two dogs, two parrots, and works as an administrator between writing wrongs.