The Fish That Climbed a Tree

The Fish That Climbed a Tree

by Kevin Ansbro

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ISBN-13: 9781912014323
Publisher: Kevin Ansbro
Publication date: 12/07/2018
Pages: 364
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.81(d)

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The Fish That Climbed a Tree 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
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4.5 Stars “If you only knew in your own heart how many hardships you were fated to undergo before getting back to your country, you would stay here with me and be the lord of this household and be an immortal.” —Homer Henry Drummond is one of the main characters whose story intertwines with others, and it is his story that begins more or less begins as his tenth birthday arrives, the same day that his parents are murdered, an act that will colour the rest of his days. ”I’d urge you to remember that the two most powerful warriors in earthly existence are love and understanding.” With enough humour to keep you smiling often while reading this imaginative story, as well as enough twists and turns to keep you on your toes, and enough sinister touches to be glad of the light, I loved this story! ”It’s a veritable mélange of all that is great in a story. It’s allegorical and it’s pulse-pounding.” Ansbro’s imagination is abundant and on display, and despite the pulse-pounding, darker moments, this left me with more of a feeling of joyfulness overall. I loved the pace of this story, which took off from the first pages, following a few intertwined stories, and I loved the references to various authors and philosophers, the classics, and how clearly the author’s distinct voice was felt while I was reading this, and feeling the somewhat Sherlock Holmes meets Charles Dickens essence to this. At its heart, this is a good vs. evil story, and as such it does have some scenes that has some violence, but the violence is not gratuitous or overly descriptive. It is a reminder that bad things do happen, and I felt that Ansbro conveyed the line between right and wrong brilliantly. I loved that early on I became familiar with each character’s quirks and idiosyncrasies, their individual personalities coming more to life as I read on. While not all of the characters were equally lovable (some not even likeable – but interesting? Oh, yes!), overall I loved the journey that this story took me on, and the glimpse of Paradise which was revealed to me.