The Curse of Compassion

By Stephen Alexander Hammett
(Dailey Swan Pub, Paperback, 9780982976944, 77pp.)

Publication Date: October 2011

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Stanley Maxell is a geeky high school freshman who experiences an unusual phenomenon; after losing consciousness in a car accident, he wakes up deep in the forest with a talking owl. If that isn't strange enough, he soon realizes that he is no longer a teenage boy, but a fully grown red fox. He learns that this predicament was caused by events that occurred before he was born, and that the only way he can become human again is by performing three difficult tasks.In his quest, Stanley is aided little, but through it all he makes many friends, learns many valuable lessons and, in the end, finds what he has been searching for throughout most of his life: compassion.

About the Author
I am a small town boy who has in recent years found a passion for writing. I have always had a wild imagination, and had a great love for books, which I think is what laid the groundwork for my writing skills. I am currently a biology major at the University of West Georgia, and hope to eventually get into Med School.
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