Last week Andrew found mourning dove eggs; today I was greeted by the spring’s first magpie. And, as promised, I have returnèd to bring you this excellent review of the Wingfeather Saga.
“Y’all, I was not disappointed.”
And thus Dave (the fourth, in fact, Dave) begins his review. He continues:
Peterson masterfully combines the rich world-building of Tolkien with the child-like accessibility of Lewis. While he may not have gone as far as to create entire languages for his story, he does develop a bizarre and playful assortment of flora and fauna to inhabit this world he has created. In some ways, it’s a bit similar to J.K. Rowling’s use of details and description to flesh out the world that her characters inhabit. The result is an immersive reading experience.
Thank you, Dave! That’s good company. Featherheads present and future, you may click here for the rest of that review.