All the Birds, Singing Setting

Evie Wyld
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The Farm

Jake lives on a small sheep farm in England, which she chooses because the sight of it, tucked away in the hills, makes her feel as though it will be safe. Jake purchased the farm from a man named Don, who lived there with his wife and son before his wife died. Both Don and Samson believe the place may be haunted by her memories, if not her actual presence, which is why Don sells it. Jake lives on the farm alone and draws quite a bit of attention to herself, because she is the only woman sheep farmer in the area, she lives on her own, and she keeps to herself. The local town is relatively small, though people still notice Jake and gossip about her. Many meet up at a local tavern to drink and talk about their farms; Don encourages Jake to do the...

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