"The metaphors of feathers and flight are omnipresent to the point of obviousness and Mrs. Sorrel herself is drawn with a regrettable lack of subtlety, but Robert's voice, alternately wry and yearning, and the ambitious reach of the narrative carry the show. (Fiction. 10-14)"
A British import with Cormier-like undertones that explores the twinned themes of fear and courage.
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