The Crow Effect
From the day the speaking crow Morris threw himself into her arms, life changed its path for her. Growing under her care he managed to bring in the golden wonder into her otherwise monotonous years. And along with it, surfaced the cynical effects of her mind – a human mind full of choices equipped with the boon of knowledge and the bane of doubt!
But it was the fury of Mother Nature, in the form of a disastrous deluge, and the quirky Morris’ extraordinary abilities which transformed her life and showed her just how connected she was to the universe. Join us on a fascinating roller coaster journey with the capricious crow.
About the Author: Dora Fernandes is currently a teacher of French language in a school in Mumbai. She has a master’s degree in French literature as well as a master’s degree in Commerce. She is very passionate about the environment which we live in, the flora and fauna and its coexistence with the human race. The Crow Effect is her maiden venture into the literary world. Through this book, she has fantasized the otherwise unknown world of a common bird. It gives a tinge of her tongue-in-cheek humor, her ability to portray the misery of the human mind and her incessant intimacy with creation. Many more to follow.
- Paperback: 108 pages
- Publisher: White Falcon Publishing; 1 edition (2021)
- Author: Dora Fernandes
- ISBN-13: 9781636402864
- Product Dimensions: 5 x 1 x 8 Inches
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