In this suspenseful tale a global virus sets the tone, but it's a one-pound bird that determines who lives and who doesn't.
Honoring The 100-Year-Anniversary Of The Extinction Of The Passenger Pigeon --- 2014
"This book has everything! Great characters, vivid language, a shocking resurrection, and birds. I loved it!"
Sy Montgomery, Author of
"A profound, and profoundly affecting novel. I don't think anybody could read it without being deeply touched. I was. I found it hard to resist--the ideas, the writing, the passion, the message. All resonated for me. A wonderful reading experience. . . I think anyone who picks up this book will be changed by it." Jeffrey Moussaieff Masson, Ph.D., Author of When Elephants Weep and Dogs Never Lie About Love
"Sherrida Woodley bravely takes on the big issues between humans and the natural world: evolution, extinction, human hubris, technological arrogance and ecological survival. Quick Fall of Light shares Rachel Carson's fears for our planet and exhibits Woodley's own "sense of wonder," as well as her sure instincts for mystery and suspense. Nature lovers have a new advocate."
--Linda Lear, Historian/Biographer and Author of
Rachel Carson:Witness for Nature, 2009.
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