Mac and Lisa are a young, recently engaged couple still working out the kinks of their new relationship and coming to terms with the challenges of living together in the big city. When Mac casually borrows the one item to which Lisa attributes all her success, both their lives are dramatically affected.
A White Crow explores the notions of luck and the dependency of relying on it for success. After all, what is luck? According to Merriam Webster, it is "a force that brings good fortune or adversity." A force. Like something mystical or magical. And certainly not having anything to do with how hard a person works or how good they behave. After reading A White Crow, some will say Lisa has bad luck. Some will shake their heads and say, "Mac was lucky." And, others yet, will respond with shock that anyone would think Mac was lucky.
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