"The human who listens to or reads this story is made conscious of not being limited to the human form or consciousness, of morphing into the other beings in Nature—the twig on the cedar tree, the raven, a human child in the womb. . . Somehow Sax . . . is able as scholar, poet, and storyteller to bring the sound and magic alive though the mingling of voices that tell Nature’s story in The Raven and the Sun."
Marion W. Copeland, H-Nilas