The Predator (2018)
A few weeks ago I posted about Make a Joyful Noise written by Charles de Lint (read post here). I enthusiastically shared two of my favorite literary characters, the Crow Girls, Maida and Zia. This story is not available to purchase anymore but since I had a copy I thought I would ask the author if I could record it and post it on Corvid Corner to allow other crow lovers to enjoy it as well. Much to my surprise, he said I could! =)
And without further delay here is the story…(don’t forget to bookmark it!).
Make a Joyful Noise (Part 1)
Make a Joyful Noise (Part 2)
Make a Joyful Noise ( Part 3)
Make a Joyful Noise (Part 4)
Make a Joyful Noise (Part 5)
Make a Joyful Noise (Part 6)
A friend made the following graphic to go with this audio recording. Thank you.
Please do NOT redistribute this recording elsewhere or re-post it on other sites. If you enjoy it and wish to share it you can send a link to this post to as many people as you would like. We want to be respectful of copyright laws and issues and not take advantage of the kindness of Charles de Lint in allowing me to share this here. =) Thank you and enjoy!
Update 1/10/2011: I started a new post for more information on these two beautiful characters, the Crow Girls here. Perhaps together we corvid lovers can find all references to them and share them with the world.
Well, well, well…before you (and I) even get the chance to complete the original game, Crow in Hell, I found a sequel…
And the screen I saw the most of…
Can you play it better than me? If so, send me a screenshot or two and a description…if you will!
All things corvid. Including games. This flash game is free and found online. It is called “Crow in Hell” and you must navigate the depths of hell without flying into walls or skeletons or being smashed by falling rocks to find the keys to hell…
Click on either picture above to play the game or go here. It is free, for everyone!
For those of you who like corvids and card games—Rook is for you! I got it yesterday and it is so fun! =) It is a game of math, patience, memory and skill. It can be simple or complex, however you’d like to play it. It did not cost much — under $10 and you can have hours of family fun. This is a game worth having.