Gin trusts logic a little too much. She even designs programs to decide what to eat and how to spend her time. All that changes when she’s paired with a new transfer student, Felix, on a computer modeling assignment to explain certain anomalies in the behavior of crows.

As she enters Felix’s world and digs further into the data behind crow behavior, Gin uncovers a terrible secret. And the wrong decision could equal disaster squared…


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praise for crow flight

Crow Flight is a delicious novel. Gin has decided what her life should look like—and it involves logic, equations, computer models, coding, ambition, and over-achieving. An unexpected twist forces her to reconsider, and rather suddenly she finds herself in new territory—a path that calls forth the heart, the willingness to adventure, and most importantly, an effort at finding and honoring the immaterial truth. When an English teacher asks her to consider Victor Hugo’s contention that “One must have bread, but before bread, one must have the ideal,” she boldly launches forth into a world of discovery, romance, and danger. This book, like Gin’s adventure, is a beauty.
— Laura Pritchett, winner of the PEN USA Award in Fiction
You’ll adore Gin, who’s determined to apply her brilliant computer skills to the mysteries of love… and in doing so, finds herself caught up in high-stakes intrigue. We cheer her on as she learns to trust her gut and heart along with her tech-savvy mind. Crow Flight is a soaring debut from an author to watch.
— Laura Resau, author of RED GLASS
A timely, fun story that flies across the pages and into your heart. A romantic tale with intriguing content, Cunningham delivers a compelling read about the predictability of life and love.
— Donna Cooner, author of SKINNY and SCREENSHOT