Bird Box by K. J. SteeleBird Box by K. J. Steele

Bird Box

byK. J. Steele

Paperback | January 27, 2015

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Society said they were insane, and in 1954, that was enough to put someone away in an asylum and separate them from the world. Even here, though, it was possible for souls to flourish.Jakie was one such soul. He was all but lost until he met the girl. She is locked away in a cellar room, but he can feel her presence by imagining he is a small bird visiting her through a hole he has made in a stone wall. He spends hours whistling a cardinal's song to her and she learns to whistle it back to him. She doesn't even know that Jakie exists, only the bird, but their communication is changing her. And the overwhelming, protective love that Jakie feels for the girl will compel him to find more of himself than he ever knew there was - and through this, he will alter their worlds profoundly.A remarkable exploration of the spirit, a sharp indictment of our blindness to what makes us human, and an unforgettable portrait of the power of the will, The Bird Box will move you in ways you never anticipated.
Title:Bird BoxFormat:PaperbackDimensions:294 pages, 8.61 × 5.37 × 0.81 inPublished:January 27, 2015Publisher:The Story PlantLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1611881862

ISBN - 13:9781611881868

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Praise for K.J. Steele's previous novel, No Story to Tell:“Every once in a while a book comes along with the 'wow' factor. This book totally met all of my criteria for that. From the opening page, I was struck by the sheer beauty of the writing. This is a definite book for anyone. I guarantee that there's a character you can identify with. Hopefully, it'll help you learn a little something about yourself as well. Join Vic on her journey towards self-discovery and allow yourself to be swept up.”– Minding Spot“No Story to Tell tells a terrific story of a survivor finally taking a risk that will shake her world.”– Midwest Book Review“This was a ‘no holds barred’ kind of read with a delicate touch that I definitely recommend!”– Bookin’ It Up“No Story To Tell is about recreating one's world – something to tell one's self more than other dreamers and idlers! Fascinating read, Ms. Steele!”– Crystal Book Reviews“This intriguing story of self-discovery should be on every readers' to-be-read list, it will have you questioning how you are living your life.”– Jersey Girl Book Reviews“No Story To Tell by KJ Steele is intense and thought-provoking. In many ways it defies description. It has to be experienced and it is an experience not to be missed.”– Single Titles