dappled things
By Iweka Kingsley

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“Brian paused here, but the priest remained silent. So, he continued. “You see Father. I turned out a monster, just like my father was. Now, I will die just like he did.” The above line perhaps captures the ethos of this story—one of a vicious cycle; as much of the characters that this story is about as of the country in which they live. Dappled Things tells a story with many contours; leaving you with a range of emotions from grief to love. You leave this book however with faith and with hope. Noticed an error in this book? Send a mail to to report it

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