Sanctuary: a tale of life in the woods

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Scribner, Feb 14, 1997 - Fiction - 93 pages
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In a fairy tale that captures the strangeness of society's rules and the liberating nature of love, the Great Horned Owl sets his intolerant agenda for the forest

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Review: Sanctuary: A Tale of Life in the Woods

User Review  - Hannah - Goodreads

This book is lovely and charming, written as a fairytale but exploring environmental destruction, the power of fear in altering a community, the illusion of power vs actual power, queer relationships and the healing nature of courage, compassion and love. With beautiful illustrations. Read full review

Review: Sanctuary: A Tale of Life in the Woods

User Review  - Bryan D. - Goodreads

Difficult to say if I should count this as it's really just a story published posthumously, but it is, strictly speaking, a book, if a very short one. Monette is one of my favorite authors. I have 8 ... Read full review


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