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Book Review: Falling Leaves

Hi everyone, hope you're having a wonderful Christmas.

On this Christmas day I the found time to read a great little short story called Falling Leaves by Kayla Curry (author of Obsidian: Mystic Stone Series).

So what's the story about? It's about a woman who finds a leaf and is intrigued and mystified by its perfectly symmetrical formation. This leaf takes her to a place and a man (Frenchman) she never really expected.

And who knew a story about leaves and a Frenchman could be so compelling?

Reading this story stimulated my thoughts about leaves so much that I'll probably walk to the nearest tree sometime this week and pick up a leaf and stare at it until the sun sleeps and the leaf's eternal knowledge and experience upon this planet is transferred into my brain and heart like two lovers engaged in orgasmic joy.

I must commend the author because stories that can change the way you look at an everyday object -- in this case a leaf -- really deserve all the praise.

If you can imagine yourself meeting a tall, dark, handsome Frenchman in a forest then you'll absolutely love this story.

I thoroughly enjoyed reading this and look forward to reading more from Kayla Curry.
You can follow her on Twitter here: @KaylaCurry1

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Until next time, something wonderful awaits!
Book Review: Falling Leaves Reviewed by Unknown on 22:22 Rating: 5
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