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  • Title: Words in the Wind
  • Author: Yvonne Anderson
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 476
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Dassa is back on Gannah, but things aren t going the way she d planned A shuttle crash leaves her marooned 10,000 kilometers from the settlement just as a blizzard sets in Injured, she takes refuge in Ruwach Gorge Seeking food and shelter, she stumbles across the ruins of a place she d always thought was a myth What she finds there casts doubt on some of her fundamentaDassa is back on Gannah, but things aren t going the way she d planned A shuttle crash leaves her marooned 10,000 kilometers from the settlement just as a blizzard sets in Injured, she takes refuge in Ruwach Gorge Seeking food and shelter, she stumbles across the ruins of a place she d always thought was a myth What she finds there casts doubt on some of her fundamental beliefs Her husband, Pik, reluctantly takes charge of the settlement in her absence and organizes a search for her Rebellious settlers and a wayward daughter make things difficult enough But when the planet s animals threaten to break the ancient treaty and resume the old Wildlife Wars, Pik s hard pressed to hold things together If he can manage to find Dassa, will she have a home to come back to Alone in the mysterious canyon where reality and fairytale are flipped, Dassa wonders the same thing.
    Words in the Wind Dassa is back on Gannah but things aren t going the way she d planned A shuttle crash leaves her marooned kilometers from the settlement just as a blizzard sets in Injured she takes refuge in

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    1. Light of Christ Ministry School3 Diamond S DriveLumberton, MS 39455Dr Wesley L B Rose, ThD, PhDProfessor Early Christian HistorySubj Book review for The Story in The Stars and Words in the WindBy Yvonne AndersonReply to Dr Ley131 John Ramsey RoadWiggins, MS 39577Formal ReviewAnderson is rapidly becoming one of my all time favorite authors Her writing is witty, imaginative, and completely plausible For my faith the Bible is the only source for poetry I have Byron, Keats, Shelley, and of course Sh [...]

    2. Words in the Wind by Yvonne Anderson is the second book of the Gateway to Gannah series It is another excellent example of great science fiction writing The storyline is well developed and easy to follow It is full of deep ideas and themes which cause you to think and ponder The story and the adventure moved at a steady pace and kept my interest The characters are well developed and believable I like watching the male lead in the story continue to find his calling in life, but still second guess [...]

    3. This is quality Christian SciFi If you are disturbed by quotes from the Scriptures be warned this book does not try to dissimulate what it is.That said, if you have no prejudice against characters openly professing their religious views, this is a book you will love It has an interesting plot and a great development of the characters Also the locations are masterfully described, after a while you ll want to take the next spaceship to Gannah Even if it is useful having read The Story in the Stars [...]

    4. I admit that I liked Words in the Wind a bit than I did The Story in the Stars Maybe it was because I knew what to expect and had grown accustomed to the imagery and themes that Ms Anderson uses in this series Once again I was pulled into the story right off the bat, and my interest held the whole way through However, I have to say that I think the story could have benefited from heightened tension Although there were all these crazy risky things happening, I never once felt genuine worry that [...]

    5. Words in the Wind by Yvonne Anderson is the second book in the Gateway to Gannah series I read the first one a few months ago and LOVED it, so I was eager to read the next one and see where Dassa s journey continued Well, I m happy to say that I enjoyed this one as much as if not so than the first I could tell that Ms Anderson s writing style had gotten even stronger, and had confidence Once again Dassa is a great heroine that we can relate to and admire, and she is forced into some pretty dan [...]

    6. This is one of the unique series I ve read in a long time, and I really appreciate the thought and care the author puts into her world building and the scenery I really feel like I am there in the story every step of the way, as opposed to it just being told to me by the narrator I can picture the characters and the setting perfectly, but never feel weighed down by too much descriptions For people who haven t read the first book in the Gateway to Gannah series Story in the stars , I d probably [...]

    7. A very worthy follow up to the Story in the Stars , Words in the Wind wastes no time getting right back into the action and putting Dassa in perilous situations Again I was really impressed with this amazing story and world that the author Yvonne Anderson has created I d never really considered myself a sci fi fan, but these books are so easy to read and really suck me in I guess I m a convert now I m not sure if I would say that this book should be read on its own without having read the first [...]

    8. for this being second in the series and I had not read the first I followed along quite well Dassa is quite a character,a survivor to say the least and true to her God She becomes faced with learning about a past hidden from her you start to wonder will she stay true or not a great read for SciFi lovers.

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