Windrider

When Wind learns your name, where is there to hide A man born to weave torrents of living air between his hands really should have remembered that gentle Wind s sister is the angry, vengeful and quite insane Hag.In one foolish moment of shared rage, Sheshan ak Kal makes himself the target of a rogue wind singing a mad, terrible note that only he can hear and he has forWhen Wind learns your name, where is there to hide A man born to weave torrents of living air between his hands really should have remembered that gentle Wind s sister is the angry, vengeful and quite insane Hag.In one foolish moment of shared rage, Sheshan ak Kal makes himself the target of a rogue wind singing a mad, terrible note that only he can hear and he has forgotten the song that could tame her For his life, his clan, and a fragile new love he has discovered with the most unexpected of women, Sheshan must find in himself a new song, and become what none of his people have managed in millennia a Windrider indeed.
Windrider When Wind learns your name where is there to hide A man born to weave torrents of living air between his hands really should have remembered that gentle Wind s sister is the angry vengeful and quite

  • Title: Windrider
  • Author: S.A. Bolich
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 130
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • 1 thought on “Windrider”

    1. I cannot rate my own book, obviously. One hopes the readership will like it. That is all an author can do.

    2. Another great story with this series! I can't wait to find out more of this world where fire, wind, and water are mischievous.

    3. I really, really like this series. Bolich is quite a gifted writer, blessed with an eye for description that doesn't overwhelm and yet puts you right into the scene. The story picks up where the previous book, Firedancer, left off, but with a new protagonist, which is fine. The series seems to call for it, since the writer is switching from one elemental to another, and therefore focusing on the people who can control it. In Firedancer, Old Man Fire was out of control; in this one, it is Wind. A [...]

    4. This was a wonderful follow-up to the first book in this series (FIREDANCER), and as with the first book, it was very well-written. With the exception of a few characters, most are well developed and believable. I would like to have learned more about Wyth (for example, it seems as though he wasn't born into Clan Hysth), and to understand Sheshan's relationship to Ayesh more.I am looking forward to the next book, and I am hoping that the author will be more forthcoming about the details of the m [...]

    5. Just as wonderful as Firedancer. I blew through it in a couple of days and I want more.I love how, while the Firedancers use dance to control the Flame, the Windriders use song to control the Wind. I'm intrigued to see how the Seaborn work. (Gotta wait until spring. Boo.)Like the previous book, the world and characters are wonderfully real. I especially enjoyed getting into Sheshan's head this time, and learning more about Clan Heshth, and by extension, what it means to be a Windrider, and how t [...]

    6. Also a very enjoyable book. I could envision the singing in my head in each passage about the windriders harmonies. It gave the book a uniqueness. My only critique was I was expecting the book to loop in a 3rd major character (in this case the Seaborn) to tie these two books with the next. Regardless I look forward to the 3rd one next year.

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