Natasha Mostert: Windwalker

I contemplated letting you go your happy way, buy the book and realise it doesn’t have a traditional HEA–I am not elaborating on this, but if you have to, go to the bookstore and read the last chapter first. Some will argue the point that it doesn’t have a HEA at all, but I think it has one.Mostert’s writing carries the book. In the hands of a lesser writer, Windwalker would be a flat, boring book with a unhappy ending.

It’s not. It is a beautifully sad love story.

This rates 4 out of 5.


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