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Wind Over Troubled Waters by Francene Stanley and Edith Parzefall
Review by Mel Jacob
Double Dragon Kindle  ISBN/ITEM#: 978554649592
Date: 28 May 2012

Links: Francene Stanley's Blog / Edith Parzefall's Blog / Show Article /

Wind Over Troubled Waters presents an engrossing quest story with an after-the-apocalypse setting. The heroine must seek a ring of power to save the world and overcome obstacles to succeed. Novels with similar themes include Sherri S. Tepperís The Waters Rising, Marc Chadbournís three trilogies starting with the Dark Age, and others such as Max Allan Collinsís Waterworld based on the movie. Since the story of Noah, floods have haunted the human psyche. With global climate change, flood stories have grown more popular.

From official release/information:

Book Description: Corn World. Britland. After the great flood, only memories, debris and derelict buildings speak of a past civilization. Visions of these disturbing times haunt Cerridwen's dreams. When her dying mother sends Cerridwen to find a mural in Saint Eyes and lead Britland into a better future, the young healer has little choice but to set out on a life-changing quest. Her ability to perceive auras convinces her to accept nature-attuned Trevly's offer of protection.

Bent on adventure and enthralled by the promise of treasure, beautiful Sasha, cunning Aron and uncut Boris join forces to get the most out of life. Their selfish plans collide with Cerridwen's when they learn about a powerful ring and a mural pointing the way to its location.

(Source: Double Dragon)

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