Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Red Days by M.L. Sparrow

Red Days
by M.L. Sparrow


Publication Date: July 23, 2017
Publisher: M.L. Sparrow
Genre: Contemporary Fiction | Human Conscience
Print Length: 118 pages
Available from: Amazon
2017: 235 taken into captivity, 570 slaughtered.

Keiko never set out to be an activist, but when she’s sent on an assignment to Taiji, Japan, the ball is set in motion. Reporting on the brutal yearly slaughter of hundreds of dolphins alters her life.

Over the course of ten years Keiko follows the highs and lows of the campaign to stop the slaughter of dolphins in Japan and attempts to bring change through her articles. Will her efforts and that of many others be enough?

*Though fictional, Red Days is based on a series of true events up until January 2017*

 
 Red Days by M.L. Sparrow 

Red DaysNot only has author M.L. Sparrow written a great fictional tale, she has based it on facts. Acts that are brutal, raw and should scrape on the conscience of every human on Earth. Feel the passion of this author come to life, the passion of her characters and the atmosphere that will incite readers to want to learn more.

Imagine being given an assignment that affects you so deeply you become an activist, a crusader for a cause and will risk your very life to protect the innocent. Keiko has lived her life, never really thinking about the environment or the devastation being wreaked on other creatures, but that all changes when she witnesses the annual Taiji Dolphin Slaughter. Yes, a slaughter of brutal proportions held as a proud tradition.

Keiko lives a more than comfortable life in London, but that all changed when their sense of humanity becomes a raging inferno. It started with a DVD and a man well-acquainted with dolphins, their intelligence and the horrors they have faced. What person could stomach herding anything or anyone into a cove only to slaughter them?

Feel the passion, bear witness to the cruelty M.L. Sparrow was moved enough to write about to remind us of our responsibilities as beings who only share this earth with other beings. I was in turn, impressed with the raw facts, horrified that I have been so clueless as to the actual slaughters and ashamed to be part of a race who finds this heinous act worthy of being a tradition.
Read it. Ms. Sparrow does a remarkable job of telling a heart-breaking story and bringing it to life.

I received an ARC edition from M.L. Sparrow in exchange for my honest and voluntary review.





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