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it was ok 2.00  ·  Rating details ·  1 rating  ·  2 reviews
White Bars is the comical tale of two myna birds trapped in neighboring cages in a pet shop, and their plot to escape. Soren, a young myna plucked from his nest as an egg, has never known what it means to be free. But Fife, an older, worldly bird does, and he longs to fly home to the tropical forests across the Pacific Ocean. Every evening after the pet shop closes, the st ...more
Paperback, 100 pages
Published November 17th 2010 by Strategic Book Publishing & Rights Agency, LLC
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Interesting idea and concept but wasn't for me. See my full review here: http://stephsbookramblings.blogspot.c... ...more
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White Bars is both funny and painful, melancholy and inspiring; it takes a comical, imaginary situation— full of humor and charm— that lets honest truths (about freedom, friendship, and independence) come through the cracks of this heartwarming, thoughtful novel. The line, between the sentimental and the meaningful, is walked exquisitely by author David Dagley; he allows for emotions without manipulating the reader and tempers the more tender passages with hijinks and witty banter.
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I was born in San Francisco and grew up in the small Redwood town of Mill Valley, California until I went to college at Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, California. My father received his masters in History from Cal Berkeley and forged his path to being one of the most respected travel agents in San Francisco. He, solely, is responsible for my appetite for travel and change which grew and blossomed aro ...more

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