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Novelist Woodall Hailed for 'Sorrow, Joy'

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Novelist Woodall Hailed for 'Sorrow, Joy'

Novelist Woodall Hailed for 'Sorrow, Joy'

Novelist Woodall Hailed for 'Sorrow, Joy'

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British author Clive Woodall's first novel — One for Sorrow; Two for Joy — started as a children's tale about a robin protecting its young family. It's being likened to Watership Down, and Woodall finds himself compared to J.K. Rowling of Harry Potter fame. He speaks with NPR's Linda Wertheimer.