Gom on Windy Mountain

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Dell, Jan 1, 1990 - Juvenile Fiction - 206 pages
13 Reviews
Growing up with his father after his mother leaves home and his siblings go to stay with townsfolk, Gom discovers he has unusual abilities which bring him trouble, yet enable him to envision a different sort of life for himself.

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Review: Gom on Windy Mountain (Gom #1)

User Review  - Samantha - Goodreads

It was a weird read. The basic plot itself was very interesting but after a while it just got kind of uncomfortable. Like that feeling you get when someone's staring at you and you just wish they would blink, it wasn't terrible but I wouldn't recommend it. Read full review

Review: Gom on Windy Mountain (Gom #1)

User Review  - C - Goodreads

A co-worker thought this reminded her a bit of Patricia McKillip, then changed her mind and felt it might be too simple. I think her first instinct was on target, but she was right on both counts: if ... Read full review


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