Odd Bird Reviewed on Lone Star Literary Life
"This is a gem to be savored, a historically grounded adventure to be lived by readers."Lone Star Literary Review
I am happy to announce that Odd Birds has, once again, received an amazing review. This time it's from the Lone Star Literary Life, a weekly digital newsletter dedicated to helping readers find the stories they'll love.
Here's an excerpt from the review:
"This novel is a delightful read, a lovely tapestry woven of colorful threads from artsy Paris, tropical Cuba, and authentic, old-school San Antonio. Cosimo Infante Cano is a seventy-year-old bohemian at the zenith of his life and career as an artist in Paris. With pre-revolutionary Havana roots, the artist is well-received and revered for his artwork in his adopted Paris hometown.
The capricious hand of fate upturns his world when what is supposed to be a sabbatical from his life in Paris, turns into a nightmarish reality. Sara, his longtime paramour, has"
You can finish reading the full review at Lone Star Indie Review: ODD BIRDS.