Wind Catcher by Jeff Altabef and Erynn Altabef | Book Review

Its been so long! I’ve been busy.. Gah! Anyway, another Book Review! The next blog post will probably be my March Wrap – Up, and then A trilogy review! Yay! What are you currently reading?


Wind Catcher


Jeff Altabef and Erynn Altabef

Series/Stand Alone:

#1 in The Chosen Series


Evolved Publishing | March 1st 2015


325 pages




eARC from the publisher through NetGalley.


Juliet Wildfire Stone hears voices and sees visions, but she can’t make out what they mean. Her eccentric grandfather tells her stories about the Great Wind Spirit and Coyote, but he might as well be speaking another language. None of it makes any sense.

When she stumbles upon a series of murders, she can’t help but worry her grandfather might be involved. To discover the truth, Juliet must choose between her new life at an elite private school and her Native American heritage.

Once she uncovers an ancient secret society formed over two hundred years ago to keep safe, she starts to wonder whether there’s some truth to those old stories her grandfather has been telling her.

All she wants is to be an average sixteen-year-old girl, but she has never been average — could never be average. Betrayed by those she loves, she must decide whether to run or risk everything by fulfilling her destiny as the Chosen.


I recieved this book from netgalley for an honest review.
This book follows a young girl who has to come in terms with the fact that she is not an ordinary girl and that his grandfather is not what he seems to be.
Having faced problems already because of the fact that she is half-Indian, Juliet’s life takes a wild turn when people start getting murdered and all the points lead to some kind of a pact which also includes his grandfather.
So she tries to unveil the mystery with a couple of her friends.
I really liked her relation with Troy in the start, however as the novel progressed and Juliet came to know about things hidden from her by none other than the two people she trusts the most, she has to act fast.
I really liked Sicheii, her grandfather and was a bit disappointed with the end.

This was action packed and fast paced. The writing was simple and on point.
But it didn’t blow my mind or anything.




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