Book Review: Wind Catcher by Jeff and Erynn Altbef

 

 

 

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Wind Catcher is one of the best thrillers for YA that I have read in some time. The main protagonist, Juliet, finds herself in the middle of a struggle to cope with her dual identity, white girl and Native American while trying to fit in with her white peers. When her grandfather begins to teach Juliet the values of her Native American inheritance, strange and frightening things began to take place; things that lure her into another realm. If I hadn’t had to eat and sleep, I would have read it right through without stopping. It is just that good!

Jeff and Erynn are a father and daughter writing team. Wind Catcher is A Chosen Novel that has the stamp of the Awesome Indies Approved.

Wind Catcher is one of the best thrillers for YA that I have read in some time. The main protagonist, Juliet, finds herself in the middle of a struggle to cope with her dual identity, white girl and Native American while trying to fit in with her white peers. When her grandfather begins to teach Juliet the values of her Native American inheritance, strange and frightening things began to take place; things that lure her into another realm. If I hadn’t had to eat and sleep, I would have read it right through without stopping. It is just that good!

Jeff and Erynn are a father and daughter writing team. Wind Catcher is A Chosen Novel that has the stamp of the Awesome Indies Approved.

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11 Responses to Book Review: Wind Catcher by Jeff and Erynn Altbef

  1. That sounds like it would be cool. Does Juliet die at the end?

  2. The Lite Rider says:

    Sounds interesting, especially the Native American angle. I think there’s a lot of decent YA stuff out there. I like the mysticism part of this.

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