Wind Rider

Wind Rider

eBook - 2018
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#1 New York Times bestselling author of the House of Night series, P.C. Cast, brings us Wind Rider, an epic fantasy set in a world where humans, their animal allies, and the earth itself has been drastically changed. A world filled with beauty and danger and cruelty...Mari, Nik, and their newly formed Pack are being hunted. Thaddeus and the God of Death will stop at nothing until they are obliterated from the earth. But Mari and Nik have one goal: to reach the plains of the Wind Riders, in order to band together to stop Thaddeus from destroying all that Mari and Nik hold dear. But will the mysterious Wind Riders accept the Pack, or will Mari and Nik and their people be rejected by the mighty Riders and be forced to flee for their lives? And what happens when a rogue Lead Stallion gets too close to the Pack, rejecting all Wind Riders and turning to a stranger for companionship instead? In the next installment of the Tales of a New World series love and goodness are put to the ultimate test. Will the Wind Riders and the Pack be strong enough to withstand the God of Death? Will the Great Goddess of Life awaken to join the battle, and if so, will it be as Death's consort, or will the Goddess stand with Mari and her people against the great love of her eternal life?
Publisher: New York, NY : Wednesday Books/St. Martin's Press, 2018
Edition: First U.S. edition
ISBN: 9781250100801
Characteristics: 1 online resource
Call Number: eBook

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IndyPL_SarahL Jan 20, 2019

I was disappointed in this book because it seems as if the author is trying really hard to stretch the story as far as she can in order to profit more dollars. There is so much unnecessary and redundant dialogue that I found myself speed-reading through it to move the plot along. The most disappointing part is that Cast has created a beautiful world with extraordinary characters that she expertly pairs with even more extraordinary animals, but she still insists upon dragging each character interaction out to the point that I get irritated.
I was over the moon when I learned that this book was going to introduce us to a matriarchal equestrian tribe called, "Wind Riders". Who wouldn't love to have a horse companion? The Wind Rider chapters were excellent, but the continuation of The Pack's journey to the Plains and Death's arrogant (and frankly, comical) quest for world domination left me saying, "Eh, it was OK".


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