Comments: 6
Hooked on Books 3 years ago
I just love this book too! It's so good! She does know how to write a ghost story!
Debbie's Spurts 3 years ago
I grew up with the saying "One crow mischief, two crows mirth, three crows a funeral, four crows a birth.". Here it's usually grackles that descend in scary numbers and city neighbors mistakenly think they are crows.

In good weather, our cats were allowed out with me in the morning where I did things like weeding and refilling bird feeders -- knowing it would get my attention, one of the crows learned to mimic the meow my neediest furbaby would make to get my attention if I was slow with the bird seed.
Murder by Death 3 years ago
We don't have grackles here, but I can see how they could be mistaken for crows.

I'd love to see a crow meow, I think that would be hysterical, and definitely earn him extra birdseed! :)
Murder by Death 3 years ago
Well... the neighbours from hell moved out yesterday, so I guess I'll just use them for good. ;-)
Olga Godim 3 years ago
That was a powerful quote. I could almost see it. And hear it.