In the wood, the years pass like hours, the hours like centuries. Rabbit kits born at the start of long-lost springs maintain their downy ears, pinched noses. Young deer wobble for decades on matchstick legs, baby hedgehogs who have shed first sets of quill do not, for all their effort, grow into the next set. … Continue reading Book Review: What Should Be Wild by Julia Fine
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My name is Weylyn Grey, and I'm near-sighted, allergic to ragweed, and my feet are flat. I can't cast spells, I don't grant wishes, and I'm not sure if I can turn a from into a prince, but I have no intentions of finding out. Some people like to think I can affect the weather, … Continue reading Book Review: Beasts of Extraordinary Circumstance by Ruth Emmie Lang