Last Train to Dogtown/The Little Mermaid (Storycuts)

Last Train to Dogtown The Little Mermaid Storycuts In Last Train to Dogtown Neil K is a bestselling author feted and acclaimed wherever he goes Until the evening his train maroons him in the middle of nowhere and after wandering into a bar he is

  • Title: Last Train to Dogtown/The Little Mermaid (Storycuts)
  • Author: Joanne Harris
  • ISBN: 9781448125654
  • Page: 376
  • Format: ebook
  • In Last Train to Dogtown , Neil K is a bestselling author, feted and acclaimed wherever he goes Until the evening his train maroons him in the middle of nowhere, and after wandering into a bar, he is confronted by a group of characters who are all strangely familiarIn The Little Mermaid , every Tuesday is reserved for Freak Day at the pool, when the disabled, the imIn Last Train to Dogtown , Neil K is a bestselling author, feted and acclaimed wherever he goes Until the evening his train maroons him in the middle of nowhere, and after wandering into a bar, he is confronted by a group of characters who are all strangely familiarIn The Little Mermaid , every Tuesday is reserved for Freak Day at the pool, when the disabled, the impaired and the elderly come to bathe without disturbing the able bodied Sad Flipper, so deformed and ungainly in her wheelchair, is as agile and graceful as a dolphin in the water But will she be tempted to sacrifice her uniqueness for love Part of the Storycuts series, these two short stories were previously published in the collection Jigs Reels.

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      Published :2019-02-08T14:43:14+00:00

    One thought on “Last Train to Dogtown/The Little Mermaid (Storycuts)”

    1. The Little Mermaid probably is one of the saddest stories I've ever read, maybe the most. And that was not it's only feature. This was my favorite story by Harris, I guess. And there are a lot of reasons for that. First, it tells gracefully that beatiful things are just beautiful, not in lines, orders or any kind of borders. They are fine and beautiful the way they are, and just because we are not used to that, doesn't mean it's something to be ashamed of. And if you change something the way it [...]

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