by Tony Chandler
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No. words: 54600
Style: YA - Fantasy , YA - Coming of Age, YA - Action/Adventure
Published: 9 / 2022
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Orphaned and outcast, Bluesky despairs of ever finding acceptance and friendship.
But a kindly mourning dove invites him to join her flock, even though he has always heard that 'birds of a feather stick together.' Then, with the support of Ol' Gray Mama, Bluesky works up the courage to ask the wise owl Nightwind how to find a friend.
Nightwind's advice, however, confuses the young orphan: Go on a journey that isn't about traveling and meet birds who aren't mockingbirds. How can this possibly help him find a mockingbird who will become his friend? Still, Bluesky promises he will try.
In his journey of discovery, Bluesky learns that friendship can be found in the unlikeliest of places and that there is hope even for a one-legged mockingbird. But he also learns that an invisible terror is growing stronger. Slowly, inexorably, this unseen killer draws the lives of Bluesky the mockingbird, KC the cat, and her human Mark closer and closer together.
Will Bluesky's journey lead him to the source of the dreaded "Death on the Wind"?
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I live in Atlanta, GA. I've lived here over 20 years now. We celebrated our 25th Wedding Anniversary in January with our friends, it was really lovely. My daughter Meghan is now 23 years old. ( Now, why do I feel so old?)
K.C. is 14 years old, our black and white cat with four white socks. This tiny kitten followed my wife home one day - we guess the kitten was about six weeks old. I was changing the oil
in my car and saw this tiny kitten pitter-pattering behind my wife and doing her best to keep up
and not let her get away. Little did I realize, my wife had saved her life and she had adopted us!
The little kitten had gotten lost in a big patch of kudzu. And if you've been to Georgia, you know
those kudzu vines can devour entire trees and hill sides! My wife heard her crying plaintively from deep within the vines and called to her until she escaped!
We are not sure if K.C. stands for Kudzu Cat, Krazy Cat, or Kitty Cat. She's a great cat, though she has gotten a bit grouchy in her old age!
Andy is our tom cat, 10 years old. He is 1/4 Himilayan and our "handsome lad." He is soft, fluffy and our spoiled baby.