There are ravens living in the Tower of London that, if they leave, will prophecy the end of the English monarchy and Britain.
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“Once there was a Postman who fell in love with a raven.” So begins the delightfully odd story by Audrey Niffenegger, which she illustrates as well. If you like offbeat stories, you may well enjoy this one.
This book fits the #chillingphotochallenge prompt #raven.
Completely charming. I was only overseas during the student trip I took when I was 17 but now I want to see the Tower again.
I saw the ravens of the Tower of London last year, so this book was very fun (I ❤️ an “I‘ve been there!” book). I appreciated the obvious affection Christopher Skaife has towards the Tower ravens, and the humaneness he tries to show them. There is clearly a measure of captivity, but Skaife‘s up front about it while conveying that he believes the birds allow him to care for them, and that he owes more to them than they to him. ⭐️⭐️⭐️