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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 #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?


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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 #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?

30 review for Wind Rider

  1. 5 out of 5

    Trudy

    The Pack is all about love, acceptance and peace but BEWARE! Death is close at their heels! In this 3rd installment of Tales of a New World the Pack is traveling to the plains of the Wind Riders. Their journey is fraught with danger as they travel through new lands, meet new communities, and race from Death. Each day brings them closer together, strengthens them and carries them closer to their goals. Death is planning to follow and where he goes, so does destruction, decay, monsters and the deat The Pack is all about love, acceptance and peace but BEWARE! Death is close at their heels! In this 3rd installment of Tales of a New World the Pack is traveling to the plains of the Wind Riders. Their journey is fraught with danger as they travel through new lands, meet new communities, and race from Death. Each day brings them closer together, strengthens them and carries them closer to their goals. Death is planning to follow and where he goes, so does destruction, decay, monsters and the deaths of so many and so much. There is a strength in Death's camp that he is not aware of and it is rising to the occasion, collecting information and building an arsenal of her own in the hopes that she may come up with a plan to send Death back to his slumber. Join in on this heart racing excursion and leap in to a book that teaches true love, acceptance and the strength of the Pack!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Escape into a Booksite

    *4 Stars* ARC kindly received from Pan MacMillan Australia, in exchange for an honest review. I'm really enjoying this series. Having only just read the first two books in this series so that I would be up to date for this release, all the details were fresh in my mind. Cast continues the story of Mari, Nik, their Pack and also their enemies, but along with their POV's we are also introduced to the Wind Rider peoples, and in particular, one character, River.  I really enjoyed getting to know th *4 Stars* ARC kindly received from Pan MacMillan Australia, in exchange for an honest review. I'm really enjoying this series. Having only just read the first two books in this series so that I would be up to date for this release, all the details were fresh in my mind. Cast continues the story of Mari, Nik, their Pack and also their enemies, but along with their POV's we are also introduced to the Wind Rider peoples, and in particular, one character, River.  I really enjoyed getting to know the Wind Riders and River and her Anjo, and of course I enjoyed the parts with The Pack. This was an excellent continuation of this story, with characters who continue to change and grow, learn to love, learn to accept and want to make a better life for themselves. Death is also still on the hunt for them, and whilst I wanted to just get through his chapters because I can't stand the character (which is the point), those chapters were still integral to the story, and I assume in the next novel will probably bring things together even more.  So many things happen in this book, one of my favourites being the changes to do with the companions. I am very curious to see how things play out there in the next book and I was also so happy when these parts of the story occurred. Cast has created a world that I have become invested in, where I am rooting for The Pack and for the life they are so desperately chasing. There are so many layered characters and I truly cannot wait to see what happens next.  Review also on my blog - Wind Rider - PC Cast Follow me on: Facebook Twitter Instagram

  3. 4 out of 5

    Tien

    Wind Rider follows on directly from the ending of Sun Warrior and if you’ve been following the tale, you’d know exactly where they are going. The tile also kinda gave that away! The first chapter of this book, however, did not open with the Pack but rather introduced a very interesting new perspective; River -daughter of a Wind Rider. Every few chapters, there is a chapter about River and I absolutely adored her adventures! Nik & Mari and their Pack continued their journey to find a new home Wind Rider follows on directly from the ending of Sun Warrior and if you’ve been following the tale, you’d know exactly where they are going. The tile also kinda gave that away! The first chapter of this book, however, did not open with the Pack but rather introduced a very interesting new perspective; River -daughter of a Wind Rider. Every few chapters, there is a chapter about River and I absolutely adored her adventures! Nik & Mari and their Pack continued their journey to find a new home they can settle into. As they travel through dangerous territories, led by Antreas and Bast, the Pack bonded through working together and helping each other as they struggle through the unfamiliar and threatening surroundings. I did feel that these chapters dragged a bit. It just took them forever and a day to reach their destinations. Whilst their adventures could be an exciting read, I felt there was something forced and therefore, a bit awkward. There were bits where Mari felt proud of her Pack of one thing or another (it happened multiple times) and while I understood the need to highlight just how well the Pack is getting along, I feel like the author needed to justify the direction Mari has taken?! Death had established himself in the Tribe of Trees. We read his terrible deeds through the perspective of Ralina, a Storyteller of the Tribe of Trees. Death kept her close at hand as he wished his godly feats to be told in stories through time. I found Ralina to be most admirable character. She chose to stay to help the her people and her strength, courage, and canniness will ensure that the world will hear of how the horrific destruction Death swept throughout the lands. I have definitely enjoyed the secondary perspectives a lot more. They didn’t give me the awkward feeling Mari’s did. I’d like to read more about them & their struggles. Plus all romances that sprung all around were rather cute! I want to read about those too. It was strange that the end of this book did NOT actually complete the story. Despite the note, “third novel in the compelling ‘Tales of a New World’ trilogy“, which should mean that this is the finale, the story definitely did NOT end. Without giving too much away, I don’t believe the climax has yet been reached so I’m confused. Are we expecting a spin-off trilogy or something? I don’t know… so, it’s rather unsatisfying since I expected a well-rounded finish to this tale and I do want to finish this tale so I hope for at least another book to be coming soon. [Edited: I've just been informed this 'trilogy' is now actually a quartet. So there is one more book to look forward to!] Thanks to Pan Australia for copy of book in exchange of honest review.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Mindy Morehead

    Amazing read!!!!! Such an emotional rollercoaster! Every page is filled with suspense. This series has something for everyone. Magic, romance, adventure and comedy. Grab some tissues and get comfy. You’re not going to want to put this book down!!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Leandra

    This book was so amazing and left me feeling all kinds of emotions. I'm actually still teary-eyed from the ending so I'm gonna have to write (& film) a proper review for this another time. Suffice to say that I LOVED THIS BOOK! Aargh

  6. 4 out of 5

    Maitland Johnson

    I adore this book! As a (German) shepherd owner I relate to the companions and I'm so jealous of their bonds. Bringing River and her Herd into the picture was just great. This book made you fall in love with all the characters even more while building up the anxiety. I was waiting for someone to die the entire time. I don't think I'm prepared for when or if that happens. Usually I need more action in a story, but I love how this books had a sense of family, belonging, and most importantly accept I adore this book! As a (German) shepherd owner I relate to the companions and I'm so jealous of their bonds. Bringing River and her Herd into the picture was just great. This book made you fall in love with all the characters even more while building up the anxiety. I was waiting for someone to die the entire time. I don't think I'm prepared for when or if that happens. Usually I need more action in a story, but I love how this books had a sense of family, belonging, and most importantly acceptance. Totally recommend to anyone who loves animals.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Breane Ross

    WOW! Received an arc from netgalley. This is the best book of this series! Really enjoyed it. Highly recommend this book!

  8. 5 out of 5

    Ang -PNR Book Lover Reviews

    This book is the third in a series and we join Mari and Nik racing with their pack to try and find the Wind Riders. The book goes back and forth between the pack and River and the Wind Riders. This series is very different, and I appreciate the fresh perspective in the YA fantasy. I enjoy that the author PC Cast can tell the reader a story, I don't want to give away any spoilers, there is a lot of characters and at times I had a hard time remembering everyone, but overall I found the story engagi This book is the third in a series and we join Mari and Nik racing with their pack to try and find the Wind Riders. The book goes back and forth between the pack and River and the Wind Riders. This series is very different, and I appreciate the fresh perspective in the YA fantasy. I enjoy that the author PC Cast can tell the reader a story, I don't want to give away any spoilers, there is a lot of characters and at times I had a hard time remembering everyone, but overall I found the story engaging and would recommend the series. PNR Book Lover Reviews

  9. 5 out of 5

    Tash

    3 1/2 stars. Review can be found on thoughtsbytash.com

  10. 4 out of 5

    Mary

    This book is the third in a series and we join Mari and Nik racing with their pack to try and find the Wind Riders. The book goes back and forth between the pack and River and the Wind Riders. I loved the Wind Riders and fell in love with that POV in the book. This series is very unique and I appreciate the fresh perspective in the YA fantasy world! ** I received this ARC from netgalley in exchange for a honest review.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Frost

    Okay, so this book was long. Which I love. I would die for a long-ass book. It was mostly traveling, though. I'm astonished by the fact that Cast can write so much and I can still feel like so little happened. I really appreciated River's POV. The romance in this series (Mari & Nik, mainly) isn't as in-your-face cringy as it is in a lot of YA novels, but a character WITHOUT a romance arc is, like, the best thing ever. Someone who actually gets shit done (and mocks others for being pathetically Okay, so this book was long. Which I love. I would die for a long-ass book. It was mostly traveling, though. I'm astonished by the fact that Cast can write so much and I can still feel like so little happened. I really appreciated River's POV. The romance in this series (Mari & Nik, mainly) isn't as in-your-face cringy as it is in a lot of YA novels, but a character WITHOUT a romance arc is, like, the best thing ever. Someone who actually gets shit done (and mocks others for being pathetically horny) is someone I can get behind. I'm curious as to why Mari automatically assumed the Saleesh would be sexist when Andreas told her they were patriarchal? Unless I'm massively overlooking something (it's been a while since I read the first two books), she has no reason to assume a patriarchal society oppresses women. Mari did turn out to be right, but it read as her being somewhat intolerant of other cultures. So that was sort of weird to me, especially since Mari's supposed to be one of the most accepting characters in the series. Actually I'm also curious as to why Cast is pushing matriarchal societies as being the only way. Like, IMHO you should pick your leaders based on their merits, not on their gender??? Especially since a society where only one gender can lead tends to end up making enbyphobic/transphobic decisions. Cast's world is gorgeous. I wish she'd give us maps in the front so I could get a better picture of where everyone was. My main issue with these books is that I think they needed another editing pass. Some of the dialogue seems very clunky in places, sometimes to the point that it's uncomfortable to read, and then there's this sentence on the very first page: "As Rider of the Lead Mare of Herd Magenti, [River's] mother's tent was situated close to the center of the spiral of stone monoliths that marked the Rendezvous Site as a place of layline power, but even had the stones not been there, positioned like ancient, mute guardians, the cavernous underground opening that lay in the center of them was evidence of the destructive power of the sun that was so great that centuries ago it had opened the earth and utterly changed the world." I'm sorry, but this is unforgivable. The writing in a book is very important to how I read it, and something like this takes me out of the story. (This isn't necessarily relevant to this review, but for the FIRST HALF of the first book, thoughts were written in third-person past tense. Anyone with any sense knows thoughts NEED to be in first-person present tense.) Everyone keeps having visions about Dove, and it's funny because as soon as you meet Dove it's super obvious she's the one from the vision. There's no subtlety at all in these gods' messages. Not that that's necessarily a negative thing, it's just amusing to me. Most other authors would want you questioning shit until the last few pages. Not Cast, I guess. I do have to say though, I had difficulty suspending my disbelief to see this as a post-apocalyptic novel. The moon- and sun-magic, the telepathic talking horse (actually the animal bonds in general, but ESPECIALLY the talking horse), Death being a literal god, that whole thing with the crystal and the ACTUAL FUCKING GHOSTS, didn't exactly feel like something that would just... happen after the apocalypse, and Cast doesn't imply anywhere that humans pre-apocalypse had magic. I think this should've just been a regular fantasy novel.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Tamika (paperback & flick chick)

    Thank you to Pan Australia in conjunction with Aus YA Bloggers for sending me a copy of this book in exchange for my honest review. Being the third and final book in the series this review will be spoiler free and possibly a little shorter than my normal ones as I do not want to ruin anything for anyone! Once again, I absolutely loved the cover of this book in fact I think they have gotten better as the series has gone on! I just love the colours in this third cover. I again really enjoyed the s Thank you to Pan Australia in conjunction with Aus YA Bloggers for sending me a copy of this book in exchange for my honest review. Being the third and final book in the series this review will be spoiler free and possibly a little shorter than my normal ones as I do not want to ruin anything for anyone! Once again, I absolutely loved the cover of this book in fact I think they have gotten better as the series has gone on! I just love the colours in this third cover. I again really enjoyed the sketches at the start of each chapter and really do feel they help the story to come alive even more! This series is one with a big cast of characters and many points of view. In this instalment that list grows even bigger and there are new POV’s introduced. This can be a little overwhelming at times remembering all the names and their role in the story. However, I also love so many of the characters and feel I get to know them so much better this way. Much like the second book in the series I found this book much more fast paced and exciting than the first one. Given the hopeful yet ominous way the second book ended I had a feeling the characters were in for one giant adventure! And I felt while reading that this did not disappoint. I enjoyed finally getting to know more about the Wind Riders after hearing of them vaguely in the previous two books. It was great to get to read about their way of life and powers etc in more detail! Every time a new type of animal companion or group of people in this series is introduced I think they are my new favourites (except for the Skin stealers that is!). I just think they are all so unique and interesting, and each bring something special to the story. It is hard to explain but if you read the series you would understand. I just don’t think it would be the same without the many different groups. In conclusion, I rather enjoyed this read! It was more action packed then the first one with fewer slow “filler” parts. It is a very character driven book, but I found I enjoy this as I love many of the characters. I also still enjoyed reading about this world and magic system and thought this was a good conclusion to an epic tale. Therefore, I am rating this story 4 out of 5 stars.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Sierra J

    Warning...this is more of a rant than a review. I apologize in advance (but not really :P). I REALLY wanted to give this book at least 4 stars but P.C. Cast really laid it on thick with the needless and exaggerated flattery and group praise in this book. I'm talking about flattery & praise to the point of being awkward, annoying, and mortifying. It's generally okay to acknowledge when a character makes a smart decision regarding an important issue, but we definitely don't need to read 4-6 ch Warning...this is more of a rant than a review. I apologize in advance (but not really :P). I REALLY wanted to give this book at least 4 stars but P.C. Cast really laid it on thick with the needless and exaggerated flattery and group praise in this book. I'm talking about flattery & praise to the point of being awkward, annoying, and mortifying. It's generally okay to acknowledge when a character makes a smart decision regarding an important issue, but we definitely don't need to read 4-6 character's exaltations of how great and smart that character is...only to move past it, get about 5 pages or a chapter further, and cue the rounds of praise again *insert eye roll here*. It almost seemed like P.C. Cast was using these interactions to fill pages because she was running out a writing material (but..for now..I refuse to believe that she would do something like that and I'll just chalk it up to writer's block). I understand that Mari's group or The Pack are supposed to be a positive light in what seems to be turning into a pretty dark and messed up world, but this issue almost ruined the Tales of a New World series for me. Having said that, I still enjoy the storyline and concept behind the Tales of a New World series. I feel invested in the characters, their well-being, and I have enjoyed the world building. I will continue to read this series - at least for the next book - but Wind Rider has made me very VERY cautious.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Mrs. Kenyon

    The Pack is looking forward to reaching the plains and hopefully joining with the Wind Riders. They are fleeing ahead of the God of Death and the destruction he leaves in his wake. But the Winder Riders are a selective people and the Pack is not sure if they will be accepted. These Wind Riders are also going through a leadership change with a rogue stallion causing turmoil among the Riders? Will the Pack make it to these special plains? What is the role of the rogue stallion? Wind Rider is the th The Pack is looking forward to reaching the plains and hopefully joining with the Wind Riders. They are fleeing ahead of the God of Death and the destruction he leaves in his wake. But the Winder Riders are a selective people and the Pack is not sure if they will be accepted. These Wind Riders are also going through a leadership change with a rogue stallion causing turmoil among the Riders? Will the Pack make it to these special plains? What is the role of the rogue stallion? Wind Rider is the third book in the Tales of a New World series. Readers who have completed the first two books in this series will be pleased with the path of the story and will most likely enjoy the added feature of the Riders into the mix. The story does take patience since there are multiple points of view that must be endured, but the epic tale that is being explored is worth the work. The series is definitely not finished, yet Goodreads does not have a fourth book listed. I really hope that Cast has this next installment fully underway for us readers.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer Pezzella

    I just love love love how PC Cast tells a story, she just absolutely draws you in from beginning to end. I bought this book yesterday and literally read it as fast as I could. The book had such an array of emotional moments and if I lived in that world I want to be in Mari's pack!! I liked the introduction of the Wind Riders and River's story, there was a mention of the whale riders or singers? I wonder if they will be in the next installment? I also wonder if Death can actually be put back to s I just love love love how PC Cast tells a story, she just absolutely draws you in from beginning to end. I bought this book yesterday and literally read it as fast as I could. The book had such an array of emotional moments and if I lived in that world I want to be in Mari's pack!! I liked the introduction of the Wind Riders and River's story, there was a mention of the whale riders or singers? I wonder if they will be in the next installment? I also wonder if Death can actually be put back to sleep and defeated. I don't want to give any spoilers so I can't say too much, but this book is definitely just as great as the rest of the books - a must read. There is a lot of characters now though so at times it's kind of hard to remember everyone individually. I also am wondering is Mari going to have any other companion since she can hear all the animals? It seems she has the most power of all the leaders thus far. Anyways READ THE BOOK asap if not sooner.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Cassy Kidwell

    Just finished Wind Rider and I didn’t want to put this book down. I’ve read almost all of P.C. Casts books but her Tales of a New World books are by far my favorite. I love horses and am an avid rider, so when she included equestrians in this book I new it would be my favorite but not just for that reason. I love all the characters and their different personalities (except Death, I mean who likes the God of Death lol) P.C. Cast has woven a new world that makes me want to get lost in it over and Just finished Wind Rider and I didn’t want to put this book down. I’ve read almost all of P.C. Casts books but her Tales of a New World books are by far my favorite. I love horses and am an avid rider, so when she included equestrians in this book I new it would be my favorite but not just for that reason. I love all the characters and their different personalities (except Death, I mean who likes the God of Death lol) P.C. Cast has woven a new world that makes me want to get lost in it over and over again. Definitely 5 stars for this book! If you read this series you will learn about accepting people no matter who they are or what they look like, the power of women, and the strength of unity. I hope you enjoy this book as much as I did. Welcome to the Pack!

  17. 4 out of 5

    Jo Price

    This series is one of my all time favorite series. This is one of those books that you wish would continue on forever so that the story never ends. I love all the characters and how they are growing into themselves and maturing with each other and I absolutely LOVE Anjo and River. They make the perfect pair. I can not wait for the new book which unfortunately doesn't come out until next year. I would totally give this more than 5 stars if that were an option. I love P.C. Cast and the world she h This series is one of my all time favorite series. This is one of those books that you wish would continue on forever so that the story never ends. I love all the characters and how they are growing into themselves and maturing with each other and I absolutely LOVE Anjo and River. They make the perfect pair. I can not wait for the new book which unfortunately doesn't come out until next year. I would totally give this more than 5 stars if that were an option. I love P.C. Cast and the world she has created in her New World Series.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Shani

    Very parallel with current american politics and history. This book is as much of an adventure as it is a lesson to be learned (or a cautionary tale). Taking the highroad and leading life with love and faith is never the easy path but, is the most rewarding. P.C. Cast and Kristin's storytelling abilities have flourished so much! Their creations are full of beautiful personality and vivid imagery. This series is by far my favorite. I look forward to the next book and appreciate the time they have Very parallel with current american politics and history. This book is as much of an adventure as it is a lesson to be learned (or a cautionary tale). Taking the highroad and leading life with love and faith is never the easy path but, is the most rewarding. P.C. Cast and Kristin's storytelling abilities have flourished so much! Their creations are full of beautiful personality and vivid imagery. This series is by far my favorite. I look forward to the next book and appreciate the time they have taken to tell this story with so many layers.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Jaslin Martin

    This book- the series in general- is remarkable! P.C. cast had been my favorite author for over a decade now since I was a teenager. Her writing has grown over time to be more and more awe-inspiring. This novel is her newest novel (thus far) and the most inspirational filled with laughter, tears, and tons of love. As soon as I got to the last page I already missed the book and wished for more. Another year to wait <\3 & <3. P.C. cast is the reason I have learned patience. I swear.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Carly C

    How will I ever be satisfied again when this is the best series (and fav book in it) that I’ve ever read? The whole series, this book in particular, is never dull. I love every character (even the evil one for what they are). But it’s just so pure and lovely and good. The ultimate story of love, bonding, compassion, uniting differences. UGH I LOVE IT I CANT EVEN PUT IT INTO WORDS. If I could put myself into any book world it would 100% without a doubt be this one

  21. 5 out of 5

    Samantha Barton

    I cannot say how much I love this series. I love how P.C has animals like dogs, cats, and horses getting to choose a person to bond with and how that person has a special way of communicating with their new companion. This 3rd installment to the series had me feeling all the emotions and I definitely was not ready for it to end!

  22. 4 out of 5

    Alexis Maple

    I loved reading this book! From start to finish it was captivating. The only thing I wish I could do is read the bonus chapter that comes with the book, if you buy it from Walmart. PC Cast has done it again with this series! It is the first series I have read where i am actually waiting for the next book to come out. I cannot wait for the next installment to come out.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Kat

    Thank you to NetGalley and the publisher of these novels. Wind Rider is another great book in a series that I really have come to enjoy. I am of Native American descent and love the background of this series. I think for younger readers it is a fun way to enjoy the magic of nature. P. C. Cast has given a twist to old Native American tales for readers.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Tana

    Fantastic As with every book I’ve read written by PC or Kristin I was pulled into the story and still haven’t left! I enjoy reading their writing because they write with so much passion I feel as though I am part of the story! If you haven’t read the other books in this series I encourage you to start from the beginning. I wait on the edge of my seat for the next installment!!

  25. 5 out of 5

    Susan

    I was not disappointed by this book. I LOVE this. I love the wind riders and I love how much Dove tries to uphold her word that she will not lie. I cannot wait for the next book hoping that something might happen between River and Dove. It seemed from the vision River had, there might be something between the two of them in the future 🤞🏻

  26. 4 out of 5

    Michelemybell429

    This is the 3rd installment in this incredible series. Not really my favorite of this series but I understand, as a reader, why this book had to happen. You have to build up the new characters. I can't wait for the NEXT BOOK!!

  27. 4 out of 5

    Marie Gayda

    This book is amazing! PC cast is one of my favorite authors and I've read many of her series. This new series does not disappoint! I love the magic and world she has created in this series. I can't wait for the next one!

  28. 5 out of 5

    Tim Burrows

    Wow! I cannot even begin to tell you how much I loved this book, this series. The animals, the characters, the adventures are fantastic. I can't wait for the next and hope that they continue past the battle with death, AMAZING THANK YOU

  29. 4 out of 5

    Meredith Dennis

    Absolutely love this series! Definitely a must read for any animal lover!!!! Can't wait for the next book!

  30. 4 out of 5

    Laura Vines

    Wind rider This is a great book. I hope there are more following this book and this not the end. I cant wait to read more.

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