Didn't mind the mentions of White but did find it weird that every single chapter it seemed touched on him, would've honestly preferred more focus on the hawk or having just one chapter titled 'White'. Actually, I would have preferred sharper focus on the hawk in general (often it seemed like it was about the emotions the hawk inspired, like the terror it might just fly away, but this might be an odd preference of mine as I know many people might prefer reading about the human emotion bit), more details like the one where she realized the hawk liked to play and wondering if anyone else had ever played with their hawk before.
If you have a lazy day at the library it's not a bad choice at all to pick up and browse through.
hardcover, 300 pages
Published Sept. 12, 2014 by Jonathan Cape.