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Book Reviews of Windwalker

Author: Natasha Mostert
PBS Market Price: $7.59 or $3.69+1 credit
ISBN-13: 9780765349293
ISBN-10: 0765349299
Publication Date: 4/1/2005
Pages: 384
  • Currently 3.4/5 Stars.

3.4 stars, based on 42 ratings
Publisher: Tor Books
Book Type: Paperback
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8 Book Reviews submitted by our Members...sorted by voted most helpful

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Helpful Score: 4
Really different, intelligent book that made you think, and didn't provide "pat" answers or the predictable ending you might expect. What if you and your soul mate were "meant to be", but the time was never right? Very, very interesting premise. I'd read her again.
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Helpful Score: 3
I enjoyed this book, even if the ending left me a bit surprised. Sometimes I appreciated the authors need to describe a scene thoroughly and other times I truly wished she would have cut short some of the rhetoric. Not in my top ten , but a nice read nonetheless.
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Helpful Score: 2
very unusual book, story, characters and the end with shock everyone....I never realised how being from a different part of the world could make the writing, understanding, plot and the characters so very different.....not for the timid or faint of dont want to miss a single page.
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Very dark romance with the hero having murdered his brother and teh heroine a conflicted, sad photographer. Scences with Africia very beautifully done...paranormal elements in teh story with film.
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very stimulating read
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paranormal romance
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Justine takes on the job of caretaker of a Palladian mansion in the English countryside. She is a photographer by trade and discovers ghostly images in the photos she takes of the estate.
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Justine is a photographer and adventurer with a tragic past. Feeling the weight of her secrets and history, she takes the job of caretaker at a Palladin mansion in the English countryside. The house is almost derelict, but it feels to her as though trapped within it are the whispered words and silent dreams of its past occupants.

She becomes obessed with the last family to own the house-a family ripped apart after a violent arguement left one brother dead and the other, Adam, a fugitive. Driven to photograpg the house, Justine discovers ghostly images in her pictures, images she knows she did not record. Even more unsettling, she becomes aware that someone is sharing her obession with Adam and is stalking her, watching her.

Halfway around the world, Adam writes letters to a woman he's dreamed about since he was a child, but has never met. One day he sees a picture in a magazine-it is Justine. That she's living in his family home is a coincedence he cannot ignore. Drawn to his mystery woman, Adam leaves his place of exile and risks all to satisfy his yearning for her.

Adam believes he and Justine are soul mates-but will they be able to overcome their pasts and defy the dangers awaiting them to find a future?