A Pocketful of Crows


Author: Joanne M. Harris

I am as brown as brown can be,,And my eyes as black as sloe;,I am as brisk as brisk can be,,And wild as forest doe.,(The Child Ballads, 295),,So begins a beautiful tale of love, loss and revenge. Following the seasons, A Pocketful of Crows balances youth and age, wisdom and passion and draws on nature and folklore to weave a stunning modern mythology around a nameless wild girl….Read More

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