Birdy

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Knopf, 1979 - Fiction - 309 pages
55 Reviews
Birdy, fascinated with birds since early childhood, concentrates all his energies on his passion for flight, becoming an obsessed teen-age Leonardo, building models, exercising to strengthen his "wing" muscles, and, in his dreams, falling in love with one of his birds

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User Review  - Zachary Karabashliev - Goodreads

Between my teens and my early twenties I'd pick my friends, according to weather they loved this book or not. Maybe I should start doing it again these days. Read full review

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User Review  - Nina - Goodreads

Much better than the sequel - "Al". Introduces the reader to the deepest thoughts of a mind that is trying to figure the world out in their own way. Reading it forced me to think about what is ... Read full review

Contents

Section 1
25
Section 2
43
Section 3
52
Copyright

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About the author (1979)

Wharton received a PhD in psychology from UCLA. He moved to France to make his living as a painter, then turned writer.

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