War of the Wind

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Pub Date Apr 23 2024 | Archive Date Jun 04 2024

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A thrilling new adventure story with delightfully diverse disability representation. Set on a remote Scottish island, War of the Wind introduces us to a cast of characters with additional support needs. It is simultaneously a page-turning eco-thriller about government testing gone wrong and a heartwarming celebration of our differences.

A thrilling new adventure story with delightfully diverse disability representation. Set on a remote Scottish island, War of the Wind introduces us to a cast of characters with additional support...


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This book is a great disability representation, especially for the deaf community, but it being an eco-thriller felt really out of place. I felt so engaged with the main character and his struggles with his family and his disability, but when it came to the mad scientist and the windmills that were turning everyone crazy, that's where it lost me.

Honestly, though, I would recommend this book solely for the main character's arc. How he accepts his disability and reconnects with his family is an engaging narrative. Just... the rest isn't.

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This was a really well done adventure novel. I really enjoyed the use of Scotland in this and that. It uses the Eco thriller elements to its advantaperiod. The characters felt like they belonged in this world. And I enjoyed getting to know them in this book. I enjoyed that this book showed that disability doesn't mean that your helpless. It was a really well done story. And I enjoyed the way Victoria Williamson wrote this. I hope she writes more in this world, and I enjoyed it a lot.

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