This unique and marvelous memoir about the "uncommon friendship"
between a solitary woman (Catherine Raven) and a wild fox (Fox) is a delightful exploration of the natural world. As a biologist, Raven is well aware of the disdain with which science often regards anthropomorphism…but she sees kindness in Fox's eyes and, gradually, a relationship forms between the two. With a refreshing shift in perspective—removing humankind from the center of the universe—Raven awakens a new kind of awareness in the reader. Offbeat and charming, Fox and I
will deeply affect anyone who loves animals, nature, and all wild and mysterious things. (CH)