Thursday, February 18, 2021

Owl Be Home for Christmas (Young Wizards Universe), by Diane Duane

Errantry Press, December 2020

In 2020, as Christmas approached, the Christmas tree for Rockefeller Center was brought to New York City from upstate New York. When it arrived, it was discovered to have a passenger, or rather, a resident. Rocky the saw-whet owl had been living in the tree--and she was not happy about what had been done to her home.

She was rescued, taken  to a wildlife rehab center, and when recovered from her traumatic experience, released back into the wild.

Officially, that's the end of the story.

Unofficially, this is the story of what may have really happened, in the universe of Diane Duane's Young Wizards,

Rocky isn't willing to accept the loss of her tree, and she wants to put things right. And when the strength of her determination connects with something she never suspected exists, she seizes her chance.

This is a lovely new novella in the Young Wizards universe, and we meet old friends again along with new ones, including the little saw-whet owl.


I bought this novella.

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