The Wind of Life: The Wanderers

The Wind of Life: The Wanderers

by Oliver Neubert

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The Wind of Life: The Wanderers by Oliver Neubert

Rider, a fourteen year old Wanderer, has found shelter among the dead willows, the haunted place of the Flatlands. He is suffering from the abuse of his tyrant father, but his connection to nature and the elements keep him sane. He has a special gift that allows him to run with the antelope and to communicate with the animals. When he helps a young woman escape from a group of deadly hunters, he discovers that the mysterious, hated Flyers still exist. Drawn by curiosity and instinct, Rider uncovers a serious plot lead by his father to murder innocent children and to go to war against the Flyers. Rider has to stop his father and luckily he is not alone. One of his enemies is looking out for him, but will this be enough or will Rider be crushed by this father?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780986852534
Publisher: Oliver Neubert
Publication date: 12/01/2011
Series: Wind of Life , #2
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 176
File size: 393 KB
Age Range: 12 - 18 Years

About the Author

Oliver Neubert, born in West Germany in 1961, took a long route to discover his passion for writing the stories that come to life in his vivid imagination. His detours included getting his degree in Psychology and Economics from Simon Fraser University in BC and an MBA from Hariot-Watt University in Scotland; founding his own research company; working for a financial institution; and working in the pulp and paper industry. As a boy, Oliver loved to play all sorts of sports, soccer, tennis, volleyball, basketball and swimming. Being born a Pisces it comes as no surprise that he loves to swim! Oliver lives in Vancouver, BC, and draws inspiration from his natural surroundings and from his wonderful, creative daughter.

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The Wind of Life The Wanderers 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
CleanTeenFiction More than 1 year ago
The writing was better for this book. I connected more with the Rider, the wanderer. Again the narrator changed to different characters but mostly stayed with Rider. I wasn't a huge fan of the villain narrative. Knowing what the villain was doing and thinking gave too much away when it could have been left a mystery longer. There was a cute budding romance, and the plot was intriguing. I'd be interested to read the next book in the series. Content Ratings: sexual content: none language: none violence: mild/moderate
skstiles612 More than 1 year ago
In The Wanderers we meet Rider. He is the son of Thorn, the leader of the Wanderers. He seems to delight in abusing his son. Rider too was born with a special gift and his father was not. His father wanted to raise his son different than he was raised. He too had an abusive father. He perceives his son's gift as a weakness. Rider is able to communicate with the animals. After a public whipping, Rider runs away from home. This is all it takes for his father to decide he must be killed as a traitor. Rider helps a young girl named Net escape from those who are hunting her. She has in her possession her baby brother who was born with wings. She is looking for Mot to help her get her brother to the Rescue Flyers. Like the Flyers, the Wanderers have a law that demands the death of a child born with wings. Along the way Rider learns his father's right hand man Bear is not who he thought he was. Together they must help Rider become what he must, and unite with the brother he didn't know he had. A brother who is a Flyer. Together they must try to bring peace to their people and become One people like they had been before. This was such a great series. It is so full of lessons that are subtle enough you don't feel you are being preached at and yet the have resonated throughout history. We can look at all wars from our past and find people like Wardor and Thorn.