Where the Blackbirds Fly

Where the Blackbirds Fly

1 chapter / 494 words

Approximately 2 minutes to read


She had always been there. Watching. Waiting. But to the others, she had never been there. And even when she was gone, it was like nothing had changed. Or had it?

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3 months ago Matthew Thomas said:

VERY powerful story about human perception and the ripple effects one person can have. The ending was great; I did not see it coming. You did a very good job of tackling some very complex, difficult subjects in a very short amount of time, and doing it thoroughly and sufficiently. I am a high school teacher and have seen firsthand the difference that a single person can have on a person's life. You are obviously a very talented writer! Keep it up!!


6 months ago Carley Ackland said:

This story is honest, but doesn't try too hard to impress. Our narrator reminds me of the writings from Katherine Paterson, because she is young but alert and wise. It is impressive how you managed to surprise us all in the end- I didn't see it coming, and that is what got me. Never judge a book by it's unpredictable cover. This is a reminder that people aren't who you conceive them to be from across the room. Very good!