"I'll grow wings all by myself."
Mary is a young artist about to enter a new chapter in her life. After years of waiting and searching, she has finally found true love. She's also just discovered that her fiance; Joshua has inherited his father's rundown countryside mansion. To add to the rising pressure, her wedding day is so close she can practically hear the music. All she has to do is accept what the future holds. Accept and be happy. But something's missing.
As the seasons change, her doubts turn to fears, and her fears become reality. Through struggle and loss, the love she once possessed for Joshua transforms into contempt. When Mary is confronted with a magical escape, the life she has and the life she dreams of will collide, awakening a mysterious change within. But no choice comes without cost, and each one will draw her closer to the truth.
At times both beautiful and haunting, Winter Sparrow dares you to step into a world where eternity is a moment and every breath is a second chance. The fantasy begins.
Would you consider the audio edition of Winter Sparrow to be better than the print version?
I loved the pacing of the audio book. I think it lent to the mystery of the story more than just the text alone.
What was one of the most memorable moments of Winter Sparrow?
After the crash, was the most confusing part of the whole mystery and when I was most worried for the main character. It was exciting and surprisingly scary.
What does Misty Daugherty bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
Misty Daugherty gave the book an appropriate pace for the mystery I didn't realize I was getting myself into with this book. It was slow enough that I could catch the things that didn't quite fit in and try to piece together what was going on. She gave a depth to the characters with the distinct voices appropriate to each character.
If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?
What's the price of wings?
Any additional comments?
I was delighted that this story did not just lay out Mary's history in a clear and defined way. It slowly revealed more information and didn't explain everything in a way that has become tiring to read. This was a great fantasy mystery that I look forward to reading again.