In the Winds of Danger

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The flying horses survived both the illness that claimed most of the herd and the greed that caused it, but can they survive the political intrigue and power hungry nobles that threaten them now? Readers will meet new characters and uncover new mysteries, while still being surrounded by the enchanting herd of flying horses they came to love in the first book, ON A WING AND A DARE. More
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About Linda Ulleseit

Linda Ulleseit was born and raised in Saratoga, California, and has taught elementary school in San Jose since 1996. She enjoys cooking, cross-stitching, reading, and spending time with her family. Her favorite subject is writing, and her students get a lot of practice scribbling stories, essays, and reports. Someday Linda hopes to see books written by former students alongside hers in bookstores.

Her first novel, ON A WING AND A DARE, published in May, 2012, is a Young Adult fantasy set in medieval Wales, complete with flying horses, a love triangle, and treachery. Its sequel, IN THE WINDS OF DANGER, was published in 2013. It follows a different set of characters as they come to terms with their past in order to plan their future.

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Reviews of In the Winds of Danger by Linda Ulleseit

Vik Tory Arch reviewed on Sep. 17, 2014

The fantasy story felt so realistic- to actually live with winged horses. All the characters had a well-developed personality with a hint of mystery and secrets connected to the past. I loved the past, present, and future connection in characters’ mind, behavior, story, background. All well-laid and realistic.

Each character and horse has a story to tell.

Never bored, read it in one take. Interesting, colorful, and delicious.

Each book in the series can be read separately and enjoyed as stand-alone stories.

*The book was received for a review. My review was written solemnly on my opinion.

Thank you, Linda Ulleseit. It was a great read. Definitely recommended for libraries and personal read.
(reviewed 45 days after purchase)

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