Callanish Hardcover – 12 Apr 1984
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The story of Creggan, a golden eagle, held captive in London Zoo - and his escape to freedom in Northern Scotland. It is not just an animal story - Mr Wolski the Sweeper also has his own journey to make, as he struggles to put behind him his POW days.
As with most of Horwood's stories, there are strong mystical and religious undertones - love, faith and belief overcome adversity - but they don't overly intrude on the narrative.
This is a simple story, well told and just the right length, suitable for both older children and adults alike.
But why is it classified as science fiction and fantasy!
Creggan the eagle chooses freedom.
It`s a wonderful book. A story with a moral.
I`d say it`s suitable for teenagers upwards.
When I was a child, I thought it was a wonderful animal story. As a grown-up I found it is a very spiritual tale. So no matter how old you are, you will find reason to love it!
Greetings from Berlin!
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I've read this book many times over the years. Such a moving tale, always brings tears and joy.Published 22 months ago by magpie
New books from the Callanish's Fact. Reads on all complexes on journey book through Isle of Lewis. Enjoy reads on reusable books. Great Comfortables.Published on 22 July 2014 by Ali Firaas Hassan
Excellent, must read. . We could all learn a lesson about commitment to those who matter in life. Food for thought.Published on 26 May 2013 by Isabel Kirk
I love anything by William Horwood and this is another lovely story. It makes me want to spread my wings!Published on 19 Feb. 2013 by Mr. Phillip Rushworth