(From the publisher):
Dougal took a deep breath to steady himself and felt for the next ledge...Then it happened. His left foot could find nothing but smooth rook. As it hung helplessly, his right foot slipped and he found himself hanging by his hands. He knew he was going to fall.
Dougal's new home in the highlands of Scotland was very different from the house he had shared with his mother in the noisy streets of Glasgow. He didn't really belong in the empty landscape - this wild, lonely place.
Why did his mother have to die? What was he going to do now? Maybe the lone eagle held the key. Perhaps in its abandoned nest, high on a windswept ledge, there would be something to treasure and call his own.
Original title: The Keepsake
Genre: Fiction→ Children & Young Adult→ Family & Relationships
Fiction→ Religious→ Christianity→ Christian Life And Faith
Fiction→ Religious→ Christianity→ Children
- Dedication reads; For my grown up children, Dougal, Kate and Elizabeth, who know the protection of Almighty wings, and whose names I have borrowed for this story.