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Publisher's Summary

The winter field was planted, the seedstones buried to the depth of a woman's wrist. Any deeper and they might decline to sprout. Any shallower and....

Well. There were tales enough of that. Children stayed up all night for the terror of them.

©2014 Judith Tarr (P)2015 Audible, Inc.

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A lot of words, but no substance

I found this story to be vapid. It must have been intended as some kind of allegory. But I could find no redeeming value here. It was billed as a story about dragons. They appear for about 2 minutes in a senseless and pointless plot. To call it a novella is a bit of a stretch too. More like a short story with no obvious point.

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Not well written and not much better read

You can’t blame the entire fault of the story being bad on the person reading it because they didn’t have a very good material to start. The story is jumpy hard to follow doesn’t make a lot of sense and doesn’t seem to have a point. it’s horrible

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A Gem.

I really enjoyed the story in this book and the way the author weaved the tale.