and so much more.
Juliet Wildfire Stone hears voices and sees visions, but she can’t make out what they mean. Her
eccentric grandfather tells her stories about the Great Wind Spirit and Coyote, but he might as well be
speaking another language. None of it makes any sense.
When she stumbles upon a series of murders, she can’t help but worry her grandfather might be
involved. To discover the truth, Juliet must choose between her new life at an elite private school and
her Native American heritage. Once she uncovers an ancient secret society formed over two hundred
years ago to keep her safe, she starts to wonder whether there’s some truth to those old stories her
grandfather has been telling her.
All she wants is to be an average sixteen-year-old girl, but she has never been average-
couldnever be average.
Betrayed by those she loves, she must decide whether to run or risk everything by fulfilling her
destiny as the Chosen.
“Wind Catcher is a suspenseful, wonderfully written story that will capture your attention
and hold it prisoner. A book that you won’t want to escape from. Brava!” – Stephen Fisher, Readers’
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In all 100%, complete, honesty: I was highly skeptical of this book. One of the authors is a teenager, (an exotic species of human I normally steer clear of, and have very little patience for,) and it’s about Native Americans, (and they’re from New York.) As a member of a southern tribe, (No, really, even though I’m this pale. Chitimacha tribe of Louisiana, look it up. We make awesome baskets,) there was no way, no way this could be anything but hokey, right? Jeff, Erynn, there’s a little something in my family we like to call the “I’m Right Dance.” It’s thirty seconds of unadulterated booty shaking, finger pointing, every-think-you’ve-ever-hated-about-obnoxious-winners, free-for-all. You may commence any time you’re ready. And since there is two of you, I’ll give you sixty seconds. Because I was wrong. Wind Catcher is engaging and realistic, incorporating enough historical elements to make it original. (No small feat in the teeming masses of YA.) I wasn’t forced to deal with another stale love triangle, (thank you!) Best of all, the writing was consistently well crafted, especially since there are two authors. I never thought, “Oh, she wrote this part, because yadda yadda yadda.” It was all very well done, and a breath of fresh air. As it’s billed as “Chosen, Book 1,” I’m curious to see what the authors have in store for us in the next installation.