Holy Trinity: An Eagle Tree Story

Holy Trinity An Eagle Tree Story Holy Trinity continues the story of March Wong the unusual protagonist of the acclaimed bestselling novel THE EAGLE TREE by Ned Hayes In this short novelette March Wong explores the world of Pacific

  • Title: Holy Trinity: An Eagle Tree Story
  • Author: Ned Hayes
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 496
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Holy Trinity continues the story of March Wong, the unusual protagonist of the acclaimed bestselling novel THE EAGLE TREE by Ned Hayes In this short novelette, March Wong explores the world of Pacific Northwest lichens and makes an unusual discovery.

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      Published :2018-04-17T19:07:17+00:00

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    1. This short story is about an autistic teen doing science. He is conducting an experiment in an attempt to achieve something that adult scientists have never been able to do. This is an audacious goal, but it's entirely in keeping with the character of Peter March Wong who we first encountered in The Eagle Tree. My only problem with this story is a spoiler. (view spoiler)[ March's mother objected that the mold in his room was toxic. March told her it wasn't toxic. I knew someone for whom it would [...]

    2. Another visit with OlyWaA short and very focused visit with Peter and his biological interests, sprinkled with some winds of Unity of Olympia. In other words, another journey back to one of my favorite places, one that will always live inside of me.

    3. I was excited to read this after reading The Eagle Tree which was amazing. But this book seemed to really lose March’s voice. He seemed like a similar character but completely different at the same time. It just wasn’t consistent writing. Ultimately, it was disappointing.

    4. It was okayWeird no chapters in the book, just straight 44 pages straight. The book talks about linchen and March is fascinated about it just like he was the eagle tree. And almost died one again. But has a happy ending. That's always nice.

    5. Added extraAnother lovely insight into an amazing mind The magical world of March. So well written and a pleasure to read

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