Monday, November 26, 2018

Crow Flight by Susan Cunningham

Gin is in her senior year.  She's taking classes to make her application to Harvard look better.  When she notices a cute new male student, she tries to get his attention subtly but it doesn't work.  She does most of her work with programs she's created that can help her with life.  She's very logical and data oriented.  Unfortunately, he doesn't come up as a match for her in the dating field.  But he does get paired with her for a programming class...

Amberjack Publishing and Net Galley allowed me to read this book for review (thank you).  It will be published December 11th.

Gin and Felix work well together.  One thing she notices about him is that he has an affinity for crows.  It turns out his father raises and trains them.  His father also keeps a database on them.  They decide to write a program about the crows using that database.  It's a good and a bad idea both.

Gin is getting quite fond of Felix.  Then he and his parents go on vacation and when they return, Felix is withdrawn from school.  She can't get hold of him by phone, so she goes to visit and his father threatens her with a lawsuit if she uses the crow database.  What's he hiding?

She hears from Felix here and there and he tells her to continue with the program they were working on and use the database as planned.  She finds a connection between the crows and espionage and then the FBI get involved.  Then she finds out her dating program is illegal and she has her own problems.  She's also worried about Felix really cares for her.

I've always had a fascination with crows (they're smart) and they made this story more enjoyable for me.  I enjoyed this read, why don't you give it a try?

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