He killed the last unicorn. Now he must pay the price.
Despite being warned by a Fairy not to do so, a wealthy Banker steals a thing of beauty from the Universe when he kills the last Unicorn: the Fairy curses him and he will pay a horrific price. Elsewhere in the land of Anywhere, a group of Bankers consider it good ‘sport’ to murder a mother Troll and her children, unaware that in doing so they have signed their own death warrants: nothing is more fearsome than a Troll’s revenge.
In the land of Anywhere, justice does, eventually, catch up with everyone.
Not even their money could save them….
Editorial praise for ‘Tales from Anywhere’
“Brilliant comic technique, and a glorious sense of moral outrage at the current mess in which our country seems mired, combine here to make a unique reading experience. Often laugh-out-loud funny, the real-life characters behind these innocuous fairy tales and fables hit you by surprise, a series of sharp rocks hidden in those snowballs. Amazingly, with all the faux-naievete and children’s book elements gleefully displayed here, the writing never becomes twee or condescending. I don’t know where this writer’s been all his life, but I intend to catch up with him, and keep an eye on where he’s headed next!… Bravo, Mr. Hennerly!” – VINE VOICE
“This is the most spiritually and intellectually worthwhile and inspiring read I have encountered in a very long time ever since my days as a theological studies student. To me it is a humanist masterpiece on par with my favorite classists such as Faulkner, Lawrence and Bellow. It subverts conventional morals and doctrines while anchoring the plot development and the characters upon what I would call authentic virtues, Intuitive Knowledge and Intuitive Truth. Hennerley speaks Truth in this world of lies that shackle us from birth and asphyxiate us into death, all the while conspiring against our very vitality of the spirit. I cannot wait to read more similar stories from Hennerley! Thank you Hennerley for shining a beacon of light amidst such darkness we live under.” – US REVIEWS