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Feathers in the Fire
Feathers in the Fire
Author: Catherine Cookson
Synopsis (From B&N): Will power overcome evil, or destroy innocence? Feathers in the Fire plays on the primative human fear of the humanoid monster, depicted by the evil Amos. Amos becomes evil and twisted because of his childhood--his father's refusal to recognize him and the fact that he was almost put to death just after birth.
ISBN: 140694
Publication Date: 1972
Pages: 273
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Publisher: Bobbs-Merrill
Book Type: Hardcover
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One of Cookson's best - this book makes you think about family dynamics. The boy Amos is disfigured and treated badly from the beginning. No wonder he acts out...