Odd Whitefeather

Rated 4.80/5 based on 10 reviews
When Billy Proudfoot and Terry Blackbird return to the reservation for the funeral of a beloved friend, they are shocked to find themselves alone at the funeral home. When their friend rises from his casket, they make tracks to the only man they know who can help them, Odd Whitefeather. The old man explains that a Windigo is on the loose and that the two of them must defeat it, or die trying
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About Nicholas Antinozzi

Nick lives in Minnesota and spends as much time as he can writing. He believes that the literary envelope has been pushed too far and he prides himself on writing things a grandmother, or even a young teenager might stumble across, and read from cover to cover without blushing.

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Nagwa Malik reviewed on June 28, 2016

Been trying to post my review for quite sometime but for some odd reason it wasn't going through. I liked the fact that it moved away from the regular cliches. And I love the setting!
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Hobbe Noxious reviewed on April 21, 2015

I absolutely adored this. It felt akin to the old Native American folktales I would read about as a child, magically brought forth into the modern age, large as life and twice as real.
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Stephanie Jackson reviewed on Oct. 19, 2013

My neighbor raved to me about this short story and pretty much insisted that I read it too. I downloaded a copy, but I'll admit that when I started reading this, I wasn't expecting much. I'm a little wary about books that are free. My experience with them is that they're usually not very good. That being said, I was wrong about Odd Whitefeather. I absolutely LOVED this book and was into it within the first couple of pages. And I mean IN TO IT to the point that I read the whole thing in about an hour and a half because I just couldn't put it down.

I couldn't get enough of Odd Whitefeather, so I was thrilled to learn that there's another installment of the Odd Whitefeather story in the form of Brindle's Odyssey. I don't see it available on Amazon yet, but the author, Nicholas Antinozzi, sweetheart that he so obviously is, drops it on you like a gift at the end of Odd Whitefeather and tells you how to get your very own free eBook version of Bridle's Odyssey on Smashwords. I've already downloaded my copy and will be starting on it as soon as I finish this review.

I'm an avid reader (4-5 books a week, depending on book length) and it's hard to impress me with a book. With Odd Whitefeather, I'm impressed. I'm also not a fan of short stories, but I'm now a big fan of Odd Whitefeather and a new fan of Nicholas Antinozzi. I will definitely be checking out all his work (but first, Brindle's Odyssey because...well, it's Odd Whitefeather!). If you like the paranormal and would like to read a great story about a Wendigo, I HIGHLY recommend Odd Whitefeather.
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Grant Staley reviewed on July 24, 2012

This is a very nice piece of writing. Lush descriptions, insightful emotions, and well constructed sentences and paragraphs move the reader along and into the story. I saw a couple mechanical errors, but those do not detract from excellent writing. Thanks.
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Tony Hayden reviewed on Nov. 6, 2011

I read it, and it has a great beginning. Entertaining.
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Doug Pardee reviewed on Aug. 22, 2010

What, no vampires? Just kidding. This is a really original story, very well told. If it sounds at all interesting--and if it doesn't then why are you reading these reviews--you should grab it.

The paragraph formatting is kind-of weird, and there's one misspelling that I saw, but otherwise it's very well-edited.
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Sue Erickson reviewed on June 15, 2010

Well there's another great story. You never disappoint. Really liked the characters, looking forward to the sequel.
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Deborah Krider reviewed on May 13, 2010
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A fun read that moves along at a great pace. There are many great aspects of this story, but my favorite is the animals that come to aid our protagonist. Very cool!
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Nicholas Ghost reviewed on April 26, 2010

I loved this from the beginning. I just couldn't stop reading it. Very entertaining.
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Ann Linz-Olson reviewed on April 6, 2010

A fast, fun read that will definitely take the reader on a great ride!
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