Wind: Book one of the 360 series

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Seventeen year old Nicky Barrett has woken to find herself in a world that is not her own. All alone in a land that is reminiscent of the old west and full of characters that have arrived there throughout time, she must decide who she can trust and how she’s going to survive

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Words: 67,630
Language: English
ISBN: 9781927649060
About Cheryl Twaddle

I love to write and try to do it whenever I can. My mind is full of stories about life from a different perspective. I love the 'what ifs' of where we come from and if there is anything else out there that we have always been on the edge of discovering. I have three beautiful daughters who are growing into their own independent personalities. Rachel has just finished her Bachelor of Fine Arts, Rebekah is pursuing a Bachelor of Psychology and Kayla is becoming an amazing digital artist. My husband, Simon, and I live in the beautiful city of Calgary, Alberta, Canada where the Rocky Mountains can be seen in the distance, offering me all the inspiration I need to write.

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Review by: Stormswift on March 07, 2016 :
Every 360 days the Earth spins in the opposite direction resulting in some people; animals and inanimate objects falling into another world, another Earth where no one ages and no babies are born. Seventeen year old Nicky awakens to find to her horror that she’s trapped in this world, with no possible escape. She meets various people: some of whom will help her survive in this new reality while others will try to hurt her.

Liked this so I was disappointed to find that there’s no sequel yet. Storyline was exciting enough to make me not want to put the book down until I’d finished it. Book reminded me of Sea of Dreams by C.L. Bevill.

Several homophone errors e.g. their vs there; tale vs tail that can be corrected with proofreading.
(reviewed 3 years after purchase)

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