Cry of the kestrel.

by Wood, James

Publisher: Remploy in London

Written in English
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Originally published, London: Hutchinson, 1962.

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But from what Clay knew of SkyWings, he was very glad they had Glory instead of another grumpy, fire-breathing Kestrel under the mountain. The Kestrel wings, which he had been able to control better in the past few days since he’d started getting enough sleep and which were folded so closely to his back that he forgot about them most of the time, were fully flared out now, beating steadily, making him hover.

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