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A Pigeons Tale explained A Pigeons Tale , review A Pigeons Tale , trailer A Pigeons Tale , box office A Pigeons Tale , analysis A Pigeons Tale , A Pigeons Tale 7141 Walter Is A Homing Pigeon Living With His Parents In A Rancher S Coop When A Deranged Wildcat Attacks And Sends Them Scrambling For Their Lives Barely Escaping With His Life, Walter Finds Himself In A City Where Kindly Street Pigeons Teach Him About Language, Philosophy, And PoliticsA Venture South To Find A Human Family For The Winter Sees Him Face Desperate Peril As A Flock Of Snow Geese Help Him Finish The Journey Finding Solace In A Dorm Room With Two Young College Students, Walter Heads Home With One Of Them To A Ranch In Texas Where He Is Adopted By The Close Knit Family And Their Quirky PetsWalter Forms A Quick Bond With The Scientist Grandfather Who Spends Every Day With Walter, Working On A Project In A Mysterious Tiny Shack Behind The House This Secret Work Soon Becomes The Center Of Walter S Life And His Fate When He Is Thrust Into An Epic Struggle For Survival Against Cosmic Forces That Threaten To Destroy The WorldFor Fans Of WATERSHIP DOWN And THE SECRET OF NIMH, A PIGEON S TALE Is A Mind Bending Sci Fi Adventure Tale About Friendship, Loyalty, And Destiny

  • Kindle Edition
  • 291 pages
  • A Pigeons Tale
  • S.A. Mahan
  • English
  • 01 January 2018

About the Author: S.A. Mahan

S.A MAHAN lives in the mountains of Colorado with her husband of thirty nine years She has three children and six grandchildren and is a fiber artist and an avid outdoorswoman CHRISSIE S RUN was a 2014 Dante Rosetti finalist, and is a finalist in the 2015 Kindle Book Awards for Young Adult fiction THE BABY SEA TURTLE was a finalist in the 2015 Colorado Book Awards and won a Bronze Medal in the



10 thoughts on “A Pigeons Tale

  1. says:

    Walter is no ordinary pigeon A direct descendant from the great war hero Cher Ami, he knows he is destined for greatness from the moment he flees his coop to escape from a dangerous wild cat Now in the wild , Walter must team up with the experienced birds to learn how to survive.As winter fast approaches, Walter must find a human family to care for him and as luck would have it, he finds the very best human for the job in a young college student named Kenny But is it luck, or something Traveling home with Kenny for Christmas break, Walter meets grandpa, the famous Sir Alfred Jerome, who seems to have known that Walter would be coming all along A faithful student under grandpa, Walter learns a great many new things, including the fact that the world is in great peril But what can a single scientist and a pigeon do about it And can Walter do anything to help poor Dottie, Kenny s little sister who is dying from cancer I m sorry to say I was very disappointed with this book What started off as a very cute and imaginative story about a pigeon quickly became a tangled mess of new age, eastern mysticism, interfaith, and mythology with a thin veneer of Christianity to slip it under the radar of unsuspecting readers.This book totally crossed the line for me by saying that the Viking god Odin is another name for the God of the Bible YHWH As a person of Norwegian and Viking decent, I think I am somewhat qualified in calling this complete hogwash, but the thing that truly concerns me is knowing that young children will read it and not know any better than to believe it.The shame is that this book seems to be about these ideas than the actual plot storyline, which is why I chose to give it only two stars The author certainly has the right to believe whatever she wants, but I would advise Christians to keep this book away from their kids unless or until they have a rock solid foundation of Apologetics under their belts I have received a free copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.Check out this review on my blog EpicBookQuest.com

  2. says:

    Walter is no ordinary pigeon A direct descendant from the great war hero Cher Ami, he knows he is destined for greatness from the moment he flees his coop to escape from a dangerous wild cat Now in the wild , Walter must team up with the experienced birds to learn how to survive.As winter fast approaches, Walter must find a human family to care for him and as luck would have it, he finds the very best human for the job in a young college student named Kenny But is it luck, or something Traveling home with Kenny for Christmas break, Walter meets grandpa, the famous Sir Alfred Jerome, who seems to have known that Walter would be coming all along A faithful student under grandpa, Walter learns a great many new things, including the fact that the world is in great peril But what can a single scientist and a pigeon do about it And can Walter do anything to help poor Dottie, Kenny s little sister who is dying from cancer I m sorry to say I was very disappointed with this book What started off as a very cute and imaginative story about a pigeon quickly became a tangled mess of new age, eastern mysticism, interfaith, and mythology with a thin veneer of Christianity to slip it under the radar of unsuspecting readers.This book totally crossed the line for me by saying that the Viking god Odin is another name for the God of the Bible YHWH As a person of Norwegian and Viking decent, I think I am somewhat qualified in calling this complete hogwash, but the thing that truly concerns me is knowing that young children will read it and not know any better than to believe it.The shame is that this book seems to be about these ideas than the actual plot storyline, which is why I chose to give it only two stars The author certainly has the right to believe whatever she wants, but I would advise Christians to keep this book away from their kids unless or until they have a rock solid foundation of Apologetics under their belts I have received a free copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.Check out this review on my blog EpicBookQuest.com

  3. says:

    Walter is no ordinary pigeon A direct descendant from the great war hero Cher Ami, he knows he is destined for greatness from the moment he flees his coop to escape from a dangerous wild cat Now in the wild , Walter must team up with the experienced birds to learn how to survive.As winter fast approaches, Walter must find a human family to care for him and as luck would have it, he finds the very best human for the job in a young college student named Kenny But is it luck, or something Traveling home with Kenny for Christmas break, Walter meets grandpa, the famous Sir Alfred Jerome, who seems to have known that Walter would be coming all along A faithful student under grandpa, Walter learns a great many new things, including the fact that the world is in great peril But what can a single scientist and a pigeon do about it And can Walter do anything to help poor Dottie, Kenny s little sister who is dying from cancer I m sorry to say I was very disappointed with this book What started off as a very cute and imaginative story about a pigeon quickly became a tangled mess of new age, eastern mysticism, interfaith, and mythology with a thin veneer of Christianity to slip it under the radar of unsuspecting readers.This book totally crossed the line for me by saying that the Viking god Odin is another name for the God of the Bible YHWH As a person of Norwegian and Viking decent, I think I am somewhat qualified in calling this complete hogwash, but the thing that truly concerns me is knowing that young children will read it and not know any better than to believe it.The shame is that this book seems to be about these ideas than the actual plot storyline, which is why I chose to give it only two stars The author certainly has the right to believe whatever she wants, but I would advise Christians to keep this book away from their kids unless or until they have a rock solid foundation of Apologetics under their belts I have received a free copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.Check out this review on my blog EpicBookQuest.com

  4. says:

    Walter is no ordinary pigeon A direct descendant from the great war hero Cher Ami, he knows he is destined for greatness from the moment he flees his coop to escape from a dangerous wild cat Now in the wild , Walter must team up with the experienced birds to learn how to survive.As winter fast approaches, Walter must find a human family to care for him and as luck would have it, he finds the very best human for the job in a young college student named Kenny But is it luck, or something Traveling home with Kenny for Christmas break, Walter meets grandpa, the famous Sir Alfred Jerome, who seems to have known that Walter would be coming all along A faithful student under grandpa, Walter learns a great many new things, including the fact that the world is in great peril But what can a single scientist and a pigeon do about it And can Walter do anything to help poor Dottie, Kenny s little sister who is dying from cancer I m sorry to say I was very disappointed with this book What started off as a very cute and imaginative story about a pigeon quickly became a tangled mess of new age, eastern mysticism, interfaith, and mythology with a thin veneer of Christianity to slip it under the radar of unsuspecting readers.This book totally crossed the line for me by saying that the Viking god Odin is another name for the God of the Bible YHWH As a person of Norwegian and Viking decent, I think I am somewhat qualified in calling this complete hogwash, but the thing that truly concerns me is knowing that young children will read it and not know any better than to believe it.The shame is that this book seems to be about these ideas than the actual plot storyline, which is why I chose to give it only two stars The author certainly has the right to believe whatever she wants, but I would advise Christians to keep this book away from their kids unless or until they have a rock solid foundation of Apologetics under their belts I have received a free copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.Check out this review on my blog EpicBookQuest.com

  5. says:

    Walter is no ordinary pigeon A direct descendant from the great war hero Cher Ami, he knows he is destined for greatness from the moment he flees his coop to escape from a dangerous wild cat Now in the wild , Walter must team up with the experienced birds to learn how to survive.As winter fast approaches, Walter must find a human family to care for him and as luck would have it, he finds the very best human for the job in a young college student named Kenny But is it luck, or something Traveling home with Kenny for Christmas break, Walter meets grandpa, the famous Sir Alfred Jerome, who seems to have known that Walter would be coming all along A faithful student under grandpa, Walter learns a great many new things, including the fact that the world is in great peril But what can a single scientist and a pigeon do about it And can Walter do anything to help poor Dottie, Kenny s little sister who is dying from cancer I m sorry to say I was very disappointed with this book What started off as a very cute and imaginative story about a pigeon quickly became a tangled mess of new age, eastern mysticism, interfaith, and mythology with a thin veneer of Christianity to slip it under the radar of unsuspecting readers.This book totally crossed the line for me by saying that the Viking god Odin is another name for the God of the Bible YHWH As a person of Norwegian and Viking decent, I think I am somewhat qualified in calling this complete hogwash, but the thing that truly concerns me is knowing that young children will read it and not know any better than to believe it.The shame is that this book seems to be about these ideas than the actual plot storyline, which is why I chose to give it only two stars The author certainly has the right to believe whatever she wants, but I would advise Christians to keep this book away from their kids unless or until they have a rock solid foundation of Apologetics under their belts I have received a free copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.Check out this review on my blog EpicBookQuest.com

  6. says:

    Walter is no ordinary pigeon A direct descendant from the great war hero Cher Ami, he knows he is destined for greatness from the moment he flees his coop to escape from a dangerous wild cat Now in the wild , Walter must team up with the experienced birds to learn how to survive.As winter fast approaches, Walter must find a human family to care for him and as luck would have it, he finds the very best human for the job in a young college student named Kenny But is it luck, or something Traveling home with Kenny for Christmas break, Walter meets grandpa, the famous Sir Alfred Jerome, who seems to have known that Walter would be coming all along A faithful student under grandpa, Walter learns a great many new things, including the fact that the world is in great peril But what can a single scientist and a pigeon do about it And can Walter do anything to help poor Dottie, Kenny s little sister who is dying from cancer I m sorry to say I was very disappointed with this book What started off as a very cute and imaginative story about a pigeon quickly became a tangled mess of new age, eastern mysticism, interfaith, and mythology with a thin veneer of Christianity to slip it under the radar of unsuspecting readers.This book totally crossed the line for me by saying that the Viking god Odin is another name for the God of the Bible YHWH As a person of Norwegian and Viking decent, I think I am somewhat qualified in calling this complete hogwash, but the thing that truly concerns me is knowing that young children will read it and not know any better than to believe it.The shame is that this book seems to be about these ideas than the actual plot storyline, which is why I chose to give it only two stars The author certainly has the right to believe whatever she wants, but I would advise Christians to keep this book away from their kids unless or until they have a rock solid foundation of Apologetics under their belts I have received a free copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.Check out this review on my blog EpicBookQuest.com

  7. says:

    Walter is no ordinary pigeon A direct descendant from the great war hero Cher Ami, he knows he is destined for greatness from the moment he flees his coop to escape from a dangerous wild cat Now in the wild , Walter must team up with the experienced birds to learn how to survive.As winter fast approaches, Walter must find a human family to care for him and as luck would have it, he finds the very best human for the job in a young college student named Kenny But is it luck, or something Traveling home with Kenny for Christmas break, Walter meets grandpa, the famous Sir Alfred Jerome, who seems to have known that Walter would be coming all along A faithful student under grandpa, Walter learns a great many new things, including the fact that the world is in great peril But what can a single scientist and a pigeon do about it And can Walter do anything to help poor Dottie, Kenny s little sister who is dying from cancer I m sorry to say I was very disappointed with this book What started off as a very cute and imaginative story about a pigeon quickly became a tangled mess of new age, eastern mysticism, interfaith, and mythology with a thin veneer of Christianity to slip it under the radar of unsuspecting readers.This book totally crossed the line for me by saying that the Viking god Odin is another name for the God of the Bible YHWH As a person of Norwegian and Viking decent, I think I am somewhat qualified in calling this complete hogwash, but the thing that truly concerns me is knowing that young children will read it and not know any better than to believe it.The shame is that this book seems to be about these ideas than the actual plot storyline, which is why I chose to give it only two stars The author certainly has the right to believe whatever she wants, but I would advise Christians to keep this book away from their kids unless or until they have a rock solid foundation of Apologetics under their belts I have received a free copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.Check out this review on my blog EpicBookQuest.com

  8. says:

    Walter is no ordinary pigeon A direct descendant from the great war hero Cher Ami, he knows he is destined for greatness from the moment he flees his coop to escape from a dangerous wild cat Now in the wild , Walter must team up with the experienced birds to learn how to survive.As winter fast approaches, Walter must find a human family to care for him and as luck would have it, he finds the very best human for the job in a young college student named Kenny But is it luck, or something Traveling home with Kenny for Christmas break, Walter meets grandpa, the famous Sir Alfred Jerome, who seems to have known that Walter would be coming all along A faithful student under grandpa, Walter learns a great many new things, including the fact that the world is in great peril But what can a single scientist and a pigeon do about it And can Walter do anything to help poor Dottie, Kenny s little sister who is dying from cancer I m sorry to say I was very disappointed with this book What started off as a very cute and imaginative story about a pigeon quickly became a tangled mess of new age, eastern mysticism, interfaith, and mythology with a thin veneer of Christianity to slip it under the radar of unsuspecting readers.This book totally crossed the line for me by saying that the Viking god Odin is another name for the God of the Bible YHWH As a person of Norwegian and Viking decent, I think I am somewhat qualified in calling this complete hogwash, but the thing that truly concerns me is knowing that young children will read it and not know any better than to believe it.The shame is that this book seems to be about these ideas than the actual plot storyline, which is why I chose to give it only two stars The author certainly has the right to believe whatever she wants, but I would advise Christians to keep this book away from their kids unless or until they have a rock solid foundation of Apologetics under their belts I have received a free copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.Check out this review on my blog EpicBookQuest.com

  9. says:

    Walter is no ordinary pigeon A direct descendant from the great war hero Cher Ami, he knows he is destined for greatness from the moment he flees his coop to escape from a dangerous wild cat Now in the wild , Walter must team up with the experienced birds to learn how to survive.As winter fast approaches, Walter must find a human family to care for him and as luck would have it, he finds the very best human for the job in a young college student named Kenny But is it luck, or something Traveling home with Kenny for Christmas break, Walter meets grandpa, the famous Sir Alfred Jerome, who seems to have known that Walter would be coming all along A faithful student under grandpa, Walter learns a great many new things, including the fact that the world is in great peril But what can a single scientist and a pigeon do about it And can Walter do anything to help poor Dottie, Kenny s little sister who is dying from cancer I m sorry to say I was very disappointed with this book What started off as a very cute and imaginative story about a pigeon quickly became a tangled mess of new age, eastern mysticism, interfaith, and mythology with a thin veneer of Christianity to slip it under the radar of unsuspecting readers.This book totally crossed the line for me by saying that the Viking god Odin is another name for the God of the Bible YHWH As a person of Norwegian and Viking decent, I think I am somewhat qualified in calling this complete hogwash, but the thing that truly concerns me is knowing that young children will read it and not know any better than to believe it.The shame is that this book seems to be about these ideas than the actual plot storyline, which is why I chose to give it only two stars The author certainly has the right to believe whatever she wants, but I would advise Christians to keep this book away from their kids unless or until they have a rock solid foundation of Apologetics under their belts I have received a free copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.Check out this review on my blog EpicBookQuest.com

  10. says:

    Walter is no ordinary pigeon A direct descendant from the great war hero Cher Ami, he knows he is destined for greatness from the moment he flees his coop to escape from a dangerous wild cat Now in the wild , Walter must team up with the experienced birds to learn how to survive.As winter fast approaches, Walter must find a human family to care for him and as luck would have it, he finds the very best human for the job in a young college student named Kenny But is it luck, or something Traveling home with Kenny for Christmas break, Walter meets grandpa, the famous Sir Alfred Jerome, who seems to have known that Walter would be coming all along A faithful student under grandpa, Walter learns a great many new things, including the fact that the world is in great peril But what can a single scientist and a pigeon do about it And can Walter do anything to help poor Dottie, Kenny s little sister who is dying from cancer I m sorry to say I was very disappointed with this book What started off as a very cute and imaginative story about a pigeon quickly became a tangled mess of new age, eastern mysticism, interfaith, and mythology with a thin veneer of Christianity to slip it under the radar of unsuspecting readers.This book totally crossed the line for me by saying that the Viking god Odin is another name for the God of the Bible YHWH As a person of Norwegian and Viking decent, I think I am somewhat qualified in calling this complete hogwash, but the thing that truly concerns me is knowing that young children will read it and not know any better than to believe it.The shame is that this book seems to be about these ideas than the actual plot storyline, which is why I chose to give it only two stars The author certainly has the right to believe whatever she wants, but I would advise Christians to keep this book away from their kids unless or until they have a rock solid foundation of Apologetics under their belts I have received a free copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.Check out this review on my blog EpicBookQuest.com

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