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High school senior Gin, who is preparing to apply to Harvard, and new transfer student Felix work on a school project that uses computer simulations to study the behavior of crows, but as the two grow close, Felix mysteriously disappears and Gin's quest to find answers turns dangerous.
Intro; Crow Flight; Title Page; Copyright; Dedication; One; Two; Three; Four; Five; Six; Seven; Eight; Nine; Ten; Eleven; Twelve; Thirteen; Fourteen; Fifteen; Sixteen; Seventeen; Eighteen; Nineteen; Twenty; Twenty-One; Twenty-Two; Twenty-Three; Twenty-Four; Twenty-Five; Twenty-Six; Twenty-Seven; Twenty-Eight; Twenty-Nine; Thirty; Thirty-One; Thirty-Two; Thirty-Three; Thirty-Four; Thirty-Five; Thirty-Six; Thirty-Seven; Thirty-Eight; Thirty-Nine; Forty; Forty-One; Forty-Two; Forty-Three; Forty-Four; Forty-Five; Forty-Six; Forty-Seven; Forty-Eight; Forty-Nine; Acknowledgments; About the Author
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Print version: Cunningham, Susan, 1979- author. Crow flight New York : Amberjack Publishing,  9781948705165 (DLC) 2018037180
9781948705240 (electronic bk.)
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