Corvid’s Lament

I read it completely on the second attempt and was glad I did. Not the sort of book I would normally read but it was worth the effort.

About The Book

A tale of evil magic, fate, tragedy and loss… but can it be overcome by true love?
Connie’s life turns upside down after an altercation with the landlord. Life events seem to conspire against Connie to deny her of the perfect life she craves so badly. It seems to Connie that everyone around her has achieved a perfect life, everyone except her.
An old man with a crooked smile appears to help Connie when she is least expecting it. But who and what is he, does he really exist and has he really helped or hindered her further?
Connie must battle tragedy and loss to try to grip onto her very fragile sense of reality. Will Connie realise before it’s too late that the perfect life she craves is unattainable and that the best she can hope for is a few perfect days in a lifetime of imperfection… just like the rest of humanity.

Readers say

” I read it completely on the second attempt and was glad I did. Not the sort of book I would normally read but it was worth the effort. “
5/5

Amazon reviewer

” I have never been to Trinidad where the book is set but it evoked a great sense of atmosphere and place “
5/5

Amazon Reviewer

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Abigail Weekes-Lowe

About the Author

Abigail Weekes-Lowe is of Trinidadian heritage. She was born in London, England. As a teenager she lived in Trinidad W.I. for five years and attended St Joseph’s Catholic Convent in Port of Spain. She lives in London with her husband Denis and her daughter Rebecca. Abigail has been a practicing Solicitor since 1991 and has been an Associate Mental Health Act Hospital Manager for the Barnet, Enfield and Haringey Mental Health Trust in London since 1998. She is in a book reading group. Both the characters and events in the book are fictional, albeit some elements are based on real life events e.g. her father and her family dog both died in the way described in this book. In addition, her favourite Shakespeare play is Macbeth and her favourite piece of classical music is Beethoven’s Romance No.2. She also used to sing along to Leo Sayer in her youth.With thanks to Michael Terence Publishing www.mtp.agency

Corvid’s Lament

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