The gift of ugliness. The curse of beauty. The magic of love. Can a handful of star-stuff change the fate of an ugly stone cutter who carves gargoyles in his own likeness? Or should he use his treasure for the benefit of another, an unattainable but unforgettable someone?
In Feolito's Andalusia the magic of love brings stone to life. But can it transform hearts of stone? What gifts truly are the greatest treasures? The ones received at birth? The ones earned through toil and sweat? The ones given as gifts? Or the ones denied? Catch a falling star and make a wish, but be careful what you wish for.
Praise for Feolito's Gift"
Scott Barnes, Editor of the online magazine NewMyths.com, and 2012 Writers of the Future Award winner for his story The Insect Sculptor writes: "Feolito's Gift envelops the reader in the sights, sounds, and smells of a rural village in medieval Spain, evoking a tale so lyrical it almost sings. It recalls the best tradition of Michener's Tales of the South Pacific and--yes--Victor Hugo's hunchback."