The River Witch—Thoroughly Enjoyable!
Not a love story in the conventional sense; but it’s the story about the love of lost things, new things, things not known, and things learned. It’s a love story of life, living and, of a young girl and her family on an island off the coast of Georgia. It’s the story of a learned renewal of spirit when a dancer loses everything she has known and counted on in life. It’s a story you will want to read. . . .Not a love story in the conventional sense; but, it’s a story you will want to read. . . .
Roslyn Byrne, after an accident, secludes herself on an island off the coast of Georgia to heal from not only her physical wounds, but her emotional ones as well. She will never dance again. She will never star in a famous dance company. She will never be able to count on the one thing she knows best–ballet. Or will she?
Damascus is a ten-year-old who has lived more than a young life should have at her age. She runs wild most of the time on the island. Her father doesn’t know what to do with her since the loss of his wife; and he too, is trying to figure out for himself the whys and reasons that come with a deep, despairing grief. That leaves little time to be there for a young girl who reminds him so much of the thing he is grieving most.
The River Witch is a novel flavored with bits of voodoo, alligators that tell tales, and magical summer days that teach what it means to be alive and how to live and love again. Why not join them in their quest . . . ?
- File Size: 493 KB
- Print Length: 246 pages
- Publisher: Bell Bridge Books (April 6, 2012)
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B007W5B8NY