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It is springtime and the annual gathering of the clans of the crow family, the Kinaars, is beginning. The gathering should be a time to rejoice. Instead, it is a time of fear, danger and uncertainty, when ancient laws and customs are tested.

This year, young blood is lost and when it is, the very heart of the community is shaken. As an illegal mob seeks revenge, a schism threatens the unity of the flock. Then, just when the Kinaars are divided, an unexpected blizzard spells more trouble.

©2004 Clem Martini; (P)2004 Oakhill Publishing

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"It's no easy task to drum up sympathy for the main characters generally regarded as unsavoury pests, and Martini meets the challenge admirably." (Booklist)
"The text is infused with avian knowledge and offers a humourous and unique view of humans as witnessed by birds." (School Library Jounal)

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  • 12-07-10

spencer - the refreshing mob

Having never listened to anything like this before it was refreshing and new. I don't normally do anything that has a cronical but I am very much looking forward to purchasing the next book. So nice to have a freh breath of air as I was begining to give up hope and ready to pack in the talking book hobby. This book has changed that...