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So much so that ticket requests have naturally been pouring into the McIlroy family inbox by the dozens. There are also tributes to McIlroy, notably the scorecard from a course-record 61 that he shot as a year-old during the stroke-play qualifying portion of the North of Ireland Amateur Open on display in the Portrush clubhouse. It was like, 'Wow. McIlroy was just getting going. Birdies on Nos. Aware he could just par in to set the course record the old mark was 64 , he took a few practice swings off on his own, then smoked a 3-wood to the corner of the dogleg on the yard par 5, avoiding the old Big Nellie bunker that guarded the turn.
His next shot with a 6-iron found the green, and he two-putted for another birdie. On the old 18th, McIlroy again avoided the bunkers that lined the straightaway finishing hole, hit 8-iron to the middle of the green and drained a footer for one last birdie and a closing To put the round in perspective, when the last Open was played at Portrush, in , only two players finished the week under par.
Jan 09, Che Adventure rated it really liked it Shelves: children-fantasy.
A charming, cautionary tale about Little Fur, half-elf, half-troll girl who lives in the forest and has the magical ability to heal animals and listen to the trees thoughts. There are moments where I had to stand back and reflect what was being said throughout the story. There are no heroes, no one to rescue and save the day. Bad things will keep happening. Death doesn't stop. And the tree-burners will continue to destroy life. This story is a commentary on human society. As Little Fur is not huma A charming, cautionary tale about Little Fur, half-elf, half-troll girl who lives in the forest and has the magical ability to heal animals and listen to the trees thoughts.
As Little Fur is not human and doesn't understand the human condition, she scrutinizes why humans do the things they do. I liked how Little Fur saw the world from her perspective. The way she describes things, the church, the graveyard, the railroad, everything was shown and not told, and that's what I liked the most about Carmody's writing. I would like to continue with the series and follow up with A Fox Called Sorrow.
Although a children's book, it holds heavy themes regarding death, depression, uncertainty, and humanity. Mar 05, Courtney Kleefeld rated it really liked it. The story was refreshing and sweet.
Definitely a children's story prose-wise slightly more developed prose than say the Guardians series by William Joyce or the Guardians of Ga'Hoole by Kathryn Lasky , but well-worth reading for anyone who likes a good children's fairy tale. It also reminded me a little bit of the Land of Elyon boo "Dream your dearest desire, and I will dream it with you. It also reminded me a little bit of the Land of Elyon books by Patrick Carman, which are also nostalgic stories. The middle lagged a tiny bit but the end made up for it. I feel like it was a good introduction to a series that will probably get better as it goes.
If you don't like "tree-hugger" books or talk of "earth-spirit" and using simple words, you might not like this one but I enjoyed it.
I'll be reading more of the series. Jul 07, Lindsay rated it did not like it Shelves: trees , birds , for-middle-grades , children , series , cats , fairytale , environment , horses , owls. After hearing terrible news that people are burning trees, she goes on an adventure with her friend Crow and two cats to visit the Sett Owl for advice. The owl tells Little Fur she will have to go on a long journey to a deep crevice past a graveyard. There, she will discover how to save the trees. This book was difficult for me to get into since it begins rather slowly. It wasn't until halfway through that I started to enjoy it a little more.
I do appreciate that the author makes an attempt at environmental awareness.
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It was also neat to see how the animals and Little Fur describe humans, their stuff cars, houses, railroads , and their activities from their viewpoint. Jan 19, Kelly rated it liked it Shelves: fiction , children. This book started off with way too much exposition, but it is a beautiful concept for a story. The heroine goes on a quest with her friends to save trees from humans who are burning them.
At times, the journey felt forced, like the characters were just being pushed through the motions of a journey.
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I got impatient in the middle of it because it just seemed like the characters were running into obstacle after obstacle just for the sake of having obstacles. Maybe it felt like that because there we This book started off with way too much exposition, but it is a beautiful concept for a story.