REVIEW: “The Hawk and the Wren” by Kristina T. Saccone

Review of Kristina T. Saccone, “The Hawk and the Wren,” Luna Station Quarterly 48 (2021): Read online. Reviewed by Sara L. Uckelman.

Two little girls, growing up playing pretend, one the hawk, the other the wren. One grows up to fly planes in WW2, the other grows up to be a witch. This was a lovely fantasy adaptation of the Night Witches, playing neatly on the name and bringing to life the magic of flying.

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