Percy Radcliffâ€™s family thought him mad. He knew that. Though they tried to hide their reactions to his love of anything avian, it came across very clearly that they didnâ€™t share his interest. Certainly they admired birds, but none of them often wished to actually be one. If he said so himself, his imitation of a cawing crow was spot on.
|His Lady Peregrine by Ruth J. Hartman|