Thrilled to share my review for this one.
Simon Selwood is an academic expert on the monogamous sexual behaviour of birds, but hopeless at finding human love. Then he meets Kim, and at last something is more important to him than ornithology.
Kim doesn’t give a hoot about birds. And at first she isn’t very interested in Simon either. Relying on what he has gleaned from observing the opportunistic pied flycatcher and other species, plus the unorthodox advice of old friend Phil, Simon sets out on a mission to discover love for himself.
But will he make the right choice?
Odd Bird takes a light-hearted look at the battle of the sexes, drawing on the surprising parallels between the courtship behaviours of humans and birds.
This has been the perfect quirky read that I have been looking for. This has been such a delight to read and I haven’t wanted to put this one down.
I love that the chapters are short and snappy, this has definitely kept me interested. Simon is fab, such a lovely main character with a great personality.
This is slower than I usually prefer but this has been a quirky and unique book which I most definitely recommend.