From the book jacket: From the moment
that he looks down on the ancient gray head of
Noah, who is swinging his stone axe, the
narrating crow in this unique and remarkable
epic knows that these creators called Man are
trouble. He senses, too, that the natural order
of things is about to change. At a time when so
many of us are searching for meaning, Layne
Maheus debut novel lingers in a masterfully
rendered ancient world just long enough to
ponder our fears of disaster and to watch as
humanity struggles to survive, to understand,
and finally to prevail.
Comment: Song of the Crow is a very difficult book to describe. On one level it's simply the story of Noah's Ark told through the eyes of a crow named &...
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