‘Barefoot Gods’ By Kerry Wade

Two sisters grieve the death of their mother; their mother who still lives on in the around-the-world mini-golf course built in the back yard. How do they grieve a woman who built them the world out of wood? How do they grieve when it all goes up in flame?

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