The Owl Service Alan Garner
I must have first read Alan Garner's The Owl Service some forty years ago when I was interested in all things concerning Welsh mythology. What The Owl Service does is reenact this story in modern times. Alison and Roger are spending their holidays in Wales. The Owl Service (Peter Plummer, 1969/70). The Owl Service by Alan Garner, is–interesting. The Owl Service have a new EP due out on Rif Mountain titled There Used to be a Crown. Alan Garner's `The Owl Service' was first published in 1967. Free tickets to see The Postal Service are up for grabs! As a follow-up to last week's recommendation of `The Mabinogion' I'm picking a classic Fantasy novel inspired by Welsh myth. They are not brother and sister, but their parents are married. First, the Service assumes that fire is a threat to the owl and that this threat can be curtailed by aggressive thinning (logging) to reduce trees and shrubs that fuel fires in the owls' critical habitat. It contains 4 great covers of the legendary US psych folk band Pearls Before Swine. I wanted a hardcover first edition which cost a pretty penny at the time.