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Crosswind (Land, Sea, Sky Book 1) by [Cantwell, Lynne]
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About the Author

Lynne Cantwell grew up on the shores of Lake Michigan. She worked as a broadcast journalist for many years; she has written for CNN, the late lamented Mutual/NBC Radio News, and a bunch of radio and TV news outlets you have probably never heard of, including a defunct wire service called Zapnews. In addition to writing fantasy, Lynne is a contributing author at Indies Unlimited. Lynne’s vast overeducation includes a journalism degree from Indiana University, a master’s degree in fiction writing from Johns Hopkins University, and a paralegal certificate. She currently lives near Washington, DC.

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  • File Size: 963 KB
  • Print Length: 186 pages
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  • Publication Date: November 19, 2013
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  • Language: English
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In this new series that begins ten years after The Pipe Woman Chronicles, we meet our three big players. Tess Showalter, an investigative reporter, who has a special connection with the Morrigan, an Irish earth goddess with a connection to war. Sue Killeen, a Wiccan, who has a special connection with the earth goddess Gaia. To round out the threesome our two females are joined with Darrell Warren, a Native American Navy officer, with a special connection with Nanabush, an Anishinaabe trickster god. Ms. Cantwell does an excellent job introducing their strengths, weaknesses, insecurities, and backgrounds. A few of the characters from The Pipe Woman Chronicles are in this series and their connections are vital and fully explained.

The plot is credible and the pace is steady as we follow Tess as she investigates secondary characters who have a plot to disrupt a protest march on the Capital grounds in Washington DC that could have a disastrous ending. The political maneuvers are plausible as America adjusts to the new world order since the Second Coming. The players who think they have lost the most try shifting things back to the way things once were. It is an original and engrossing story with elements that ring true. I enjoy the spiritual aspect that is employed by Ms. Cantwell while the Gods attempt to influence or manipulate they do not take away anyone's freewill and allow them to make their own choices. It will be interesting to see where the story goes... there is a storm brewing, not all the aspects in this story are settled at the end. There are still plenty of deniers in the world and I was not fully convinced of one character's acceptance of his new reality at the end.
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Cantwell has upped her game in Book One of her new series. The story is strong and action packed, taking the reader on a great ride. It is impossible to put down in the last 200 pages and leaves you breathless. I, for one, can't wait until the next book is out!
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The start of a new series following on from the Pipe Woman Chronicles was naturally an occasion of much rejoicing for me, and the new book does not disappoint at all.

Set some years after the conclusion of the Pipe Woman books, Crosswind takes up the story with the forces of darkness mustering against the Gods and their aims for the world. There's a whole new cast of characters, interwoven in tangled and difficult ways, and the old crew are still in evidence in the background.

Ms Cantwell is extremely talented, but what to my mind is just as important is that she is also extremely conscientious. There is nothing to mar the reader's enjoyment of these beautifully crafted and meticulously edited books.

A ripping good read for any age.
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*I received this ARC from the author via The Finishing Fairies in exchange for an Honest Review*

I think by now many of us know who Lynne Cantwell is. Most of us have either heard of, own, and/or have read The Pipe Woman Chronicles. While I own all five books of the Pipe Woman Chronicles, this first book in this new series (which takes place ten years after PWC), is my first experience reading this author.
I'll begin my review by pointing out that my copy of this book is an Advanced Reader Copy. Because it is an ARC, I will speak of no errors I may have or may have not found in this work.
With the second coming having come and gone ten years prior, the gods saw fit to show themselves to their peoples, Jesus included since well it's the Second Coming and all. Tess and Sue, two very different women, who have somehow managed to hold onto some failing sense of friendship for years are roommates who need another to help with rent, Enter Darrell, the hot Navy Seal, who also happens to be a Potawatomi Medicine Man; oh and Nanabush you can't forget that trickster bunny eared god.
I found this an easy to get lost in read. It only took me a few short hours to read the book, Honestly, as I right this it's at least fours past my bedtime but I couldn't put the book down!
The story is quite engaging with the main characters all being linked to gods of different faiths and regions. I found the dialogue between the gods to be amusing. Gaia and Morrigan definitely have their hands full with Nanabush. The story was quite believable in account, and it's obvious a lot of research went into every aspect of each faith's ways, from Pagan circle casting and chants, to the Potawatomi chants.
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