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Quote of the Week: Mark Butterworth, “Aryndell”

mark butterworths detailIt was not their only joy, but it was a source of quiet pleasure and a tender delight; the kind any man or woman might have in observing their own family reunion, regardless of petty squabbles, annoying differences, and minor resentments. Seeing the clan together, the children, innocent of adult foibles and long term memories, playing as cousins, produces warm feelings in anyone sensitive enough to care that the tribe is alive and well, thriving in its own way, and passing the world onto their progeny.

▪ Mark Butterworth, Aryndell (Callister Green, 2014) extract from page 1.

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