Louey plays the fool but he is no fool. It will take someone very special to see this and help him understand his own mind, but who will that be? There is no one around who can reach him.
Back in the twelfth century there lived a musical genius, rebel and renowned priestess, but even the best of us begin our lives as children. If only the two could meet…
This is the third in a series of unusual, thoughtful books about the mysterious cabinet that changes lives.
Age Range: 10+
Size: 198mm x 129mm
Word Count: 29,000
Published: March 2016
Previous ISBN: 978-0-9566342-0-7
What you can hear but cannot see,
What you can feel that cannot be,
What you can sense but cannot touch,
What’s out of reach, but not by much.
This is what I am, and more,
If you can fathom what I’m for.
She was irritated that the cabinet, so beautiful and so obviously clever was so obstinately obscure. It might do wonderful things, but what was the point of that if they didn’t know how to make it work.
Louey put the instruction book down, looked at the cabinet and said, “We should open the drawers.”
They’d been so distracted by the poem and the book that they’d forgotten the drawers.
“You go first,” he said.
Book dedications have always intrigued me, but so far I’ve never seen a website dedication. Perhaps this is the first. As it says in The Last Garden, “So special, so loved, so missed.” This little dedication is For Ana.