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The Way The Crow Flies

by Ann-Marie MacDonald

The Way The Crow Flies by Ann-Marie MacDonald
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  • First Published:
    Sep 2003, 736 pages
    Paperback:
    Aug 2004, 752 pages

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Buffy (04/20/06)

The Way the Crow Flies
A must read! The book is so well written you can hear & smell every part of it. The book club I belong to is a group of all different ages & backgrounds and the book was loved by all.
Mary (11/16/04)

I am 17 and I loved, The Way the Crow Flies. It is full of life and understanding, yet has a drastic outlook on the war and the love that surrounds the family and new neighbors. Incredible read!
David polk (12/19/03)

Do yourself a favour and read this wonderful and disturbing book.
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