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Season of Crows: An Evershade Novel (Evershade series #1)

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When a banished mousemaid and her crippled companion race across a field in the dark of night to warn Evershade of the impending crow attack, Ash and the other Walnut Keepers must choose to stay and fight for their beloved home--or flee for their very lives.

But how can a peaceful, weaponless society of woodland creatures ever hope to defeat the murderous crows? In the
Paperback, 252 pages
Published October 14th 2016 by Lee Press
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Oct 31, 2019 rated it really liked it
Prix Gautney has created a heart-warming story that is not without strife and risks. The writing is clean and concise, easy to enjoy. The pace picks up greatly in the second half of the book, and I often found it hard to put down.

This is a lovely middle grade book.It starts slow, introducing and showing the reader around Everglade. The large community is made up of several different types of small animals: mice, chipmunks, insects, snails and more. Their allies extend into the forest, including
Barbara Warren
Dec 03, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Seasons of Crows is a delightful book. Evershade is a very peaceful, friendly community dedicated to helping others. So peaceful they don't even have weapons because they've never needed them, but change is coming. In the middle of a terrible drought, they receive word from a reliable source that the crow kingdom is planning a murderous attach on Evershade. The citizens can either run or or fight. They choose to fight. They struggle to create weapons they must also learn to use in the very short ...more
Susan Eschbach
Dec 08, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This is written for youth, but it has so much depth that adults will enjoy it as well. I thoroughly enjoyed it. The characters are well-developed, and as a reader I became very invested in them. Ms. Gautney is also a master at description, weaving it into the story in ways that bring the scene to life without you ever realizing you're reading description.
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"Reminiscent of Kenneth Grahame's The Wind in the Willows, the endearing creatures who populate Evershade will take you into their world...and wiggle their way into your heart. Endowing her characters with strength and quiet courage, newcomer Prix Gautney weaves an unforgettable tale for readers of all ages." --KD McCrite, The Confessions of April Grace

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