Wind Follower

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Juno, Aug 15, 2007 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 382 pages
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Although it is not entirely to her liking, grief-stricken Satha, a dark-skinned woman from a poor Theseni clan weds young Loic, the wealthy Doreni son of the king's First Captain. Loic, graced with ability to see into the hearts and minds of others, begins to help Satha overcome her sorrows. Despite coming from different tribes, they begin to forge a life together. But when Satha's own compassion is used against her and a treacherous enemy contrives to dishonor her in Loic's absence, Loic's love turns to anger and disgust. Embittered, Loic must still avenge his honor and Satha's and he sets out on a journey that brings despair as well as spiritual discovery. Battling him are the Arkhai, the spirits of the land who know his quest will lead him toward the God whom they have usurped. After his departure, Satha is kidnapped, sold into slavery and learns, first hand, how cruel the pioneering Angleni tribe can be. Both face great hardship, danger and anguish apart, but with the Creator's aid there remains hope they will be reunited and heal the love the world has torn asunder.

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Review: Wind Follower

User Review  - Satima - Goodreads

This review first appeared in the now-defunct webzine, The Specusphere, in October 2009. Wind Follower is Carole McDonnell's first novel, but prior to publishing this book, she was already established ... Read full review

Review: Wind Follower

User Review  - Sumayyah - Goodreads

Students and followers of the Abrahamic traditions will find this story, in turns, familiar, disturbing, historical, and prophetic. Begins as a simple love story between Loic and his chosen bride ... Read full review

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