The Story of Bones

The Story of Bones

by Donna Cousins
The Story of Bones

The Story of Bones

by Donna Cousins

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Overview

Grounded in the grandeur of the sub-Saharan wilderness, The Story of Bones traces a remarkable boy’s journey from a hardscrabble cassava farm to the rarified world of a private African safari camp.

Bones comes of age facing heartache, deprivation, and formidable human adversaries—the most dangerous creatures in Africa. His path to love and fulfillment awakens a passion for imperiled animals while forging loyalties that force him to make a wrenching decision.

The narrative pulses with tension and unforeseen twists. Provocative and moving, The Story of Bones builds to a powerful appeal for the preservation of Africa’s most endangered species. An author at the peak of her storytelling powers, Donna Cousins transports readers to the sights, sounds, smells, and realities—both harsh and beautiful—of the African bush.

Foreword INDIES 2018 Book of the Year Finalist in two categories: General Adult Fiction and Multicultural Adult Fiction.


Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781532035456
Publisher: iUniverse, Incorporated
Publication date: 01/02/2018
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
Pages: 244
File size: 494 KB

About the Author

Donna Cousins earned a master’s degree from the Medill School of Journalism before becoming a fiction writer. She has worked in Europe and Asia, where her articles on local culture have appeared in the Courier, the Singapore American newspaper, Orientations, and Asia Magazine, among other publications. In the United States, she was a founding editor of Career World magazine. Her previous novels include Landscape and Waiting for Bones, for which she won awards from Writer’s Digest, ForeWord Review, ForeWord Magazine, and the Midwest Independent Publishers Association. She lives in Chicago. www.donnacousins.com donna@donnacousins.com
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