Book: Bird Lessons by Noah Letnercategories: Book, Fantasy, Bird Language, Birding, Self Help, Mysticism, Mystical, New Age, Metaphysics, Visionary, Fiction, Self Improvement, Birds
Noah Letnerabout this book: What would happen if you suddenly understood the language of the birds?
This short story should take an hour or less to read, but then comes the parts to be read again.
The audio version of this story is highly recommended, being superbly executed by the perfect narrator for this particular tale. Andy Babinski did a marvelous job bringing to life the bird characters, while emoting the struggles of the human questioning what is real and what is imaginary.
This tale is drawn from true experience and bird interpretations, spiced with a bit of mystic fiction.
Following the advice of the great Ray Bradbury, the author let go and allowed the subconscious mind to start the story. From there the birds themselves took over and wrote their very own parts.
There is much to learn from nature. We share this world with the birds, perhaps it is time to listen and learn. And at the same time, enjoy the flight of a truly unique story.
The author's love of Henry David Thoreau, and Jean Giono may have influenced the style of this tale.
This is one bird lesson story, there are many others to be told, so many that a trilogy is in the works.
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