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Temple Claybourne has spent his entire life throwing himself from high places in an attempt to one day fly under his own power. His search for flight leads him on a quixotic journey through a landscape of magical realism - creatures and people both wonderful and terrifying. But the questions remain: why are we tied to earth and why do we long for other places?
Kindle Edition, 218 pages
Published September 30th 2016 by Carol Boldman
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Oct 16, 2016 rated it it was amazing
An allegory for life - the story of a boy who dreams of being able to fly without the aid of mechanical devices...
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“I’m Temple Claybourne, an upright, warm-blooded hairy mammal, Caucasian, skidding into my fourth decade of existence, the progeny of meat-eating Anglo-Saxon tribal chieftains, left-handed, flat of foot, with low cholesterol and a predictably receding hairline, carrying a zero debt load, a nervous driver, nervous in crowds, nervous around women, hungry with curiosity, a collector of comforting, unnecessary things.” 0 likes
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