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Crow Flight by Susan Cunningham - Guest Blogger Book Review

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The curious flight patterns of crows lead a teen computer programmer down a path of mystery and romance.

Gin trusts logic a little too much. She even designs programs to decide what to eat and how to spend her time. All that changes when she’s paired with a new transfer student, Felix, on a computer modeling assignment to explain certain anomalies in the behavior of crows.

As she enters Felix’s world and digs further into the data behind crow behavior, Gin uncovers a terrible secret. And the wrong decision could equal disaster squared . . . 

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Jennifer's Review
Crow Flight is a great book. I really liked it. 
It's about a girl named Gin who one day gets paired up with a boy named Felix whose dad trains crows for a living. 
Felix and Gin have to work on a project for school and pick crows as their project to study what the crows do. 
Soon afterwards, Felix disappears and Gin gets in serious trouble for what she discovers Felix's dad does with the crows. 
What he does, why it's bad and illegal, you gotta read this book. 
4 stars

Author Bio
Susan Cunningham lives in the Colorado Rocky Mountains with her husband and two daughters. She enjoys science nearly as much as writing: she’s traveled to the bottom of the ocean via submarine to observe life at hydrothermal vents, camped out on an island of birds to study tern behavior, and now spends time in an office analyzing data on wool apparel. She blogs about writing and science at

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