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Available in: Hardcover, Audiobook. Reverend Sarah Obadias is broken, bitter, and stripped of the reassurance of faith when she walks into a West Village restaurant in Manhattan. Here she encounters Abraham Darby, a rumpled but well-reg
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review by . May 27, 2013
A perfect painting of a bird might combine frailty of form with strength of flight to give an illusion of life. But if the painter holds the bird too tight it dies. Georgeann Packard combines strength and weakness, image and reality, the frailty of the individual and the strength of the group in her novel Paint the Bird, bringing together an aging preacher losing her faith with a lonely man losing his son, and all the others who are seemingly finding both. These losses began long before the story …
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