Dog-Eared Review: The Parrot’s Perch

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By Melanie Tighe –

Fairytales and nightmares haunt the pages of Karen Keilt’s incredible true story, The Parrot’s Perch. Keilt’s clear writing style grabs you like good fiction, and you’ll find yourself flipping pages long into the night as you escape into the sultry beauty of Brazil.

Imagine a life of privilege. Not only do you make the Olympic team, all you desire is yours; fame, fortune, beauty; magnificent mansions, fast cars and servants to attend your every whim. You live the life of a fairytale princess who marries her Prince Charming. All is spectacularly right in your world, and then…

A trio of revenge, betrayal and greed rip the two of you from that sheltered life and thrust you into a nightmare. You descend into a hell so vile and disgusting, your muffled sobs are ignored – your screams of terror go unanswered.

Karen Keilt’s aptly named, The Parrot’s Perch, is an account you can’t forget and will wish was only a story.


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