Whistle for the Wind

Whistle for the Wind

by Madison E Wade
Whistle for the Wind

Whistle for the Wind

by Madison E Wade


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Whistle for the Wind is the sequel to Madison Wade's debut novel, The Ocean's Daughter. It follows the fifteen-year-old Carter Ellen Key, who had just escaped a band of pirates who had bought her as a slave. After managing to return home to The Adventurer with a few of her newfound friends, Carter finds herself still being haunted by the pirates who tortured her only a few short days ago. But to admit to this would be a weakness, so she keeps her mouth shut. This is not the only problem that keeps Carter's mind occupied. It doesn't take much time for her to realize that her heart is split between two loves -- her long-time friend and first love, Jonathan Powell, and Aaron Getty, the man who helped her escape the pirates that killed her father. Now, their lives have all become intertwined, and Carter is doing everything in her power to keep one from learning about her relationship with the other, all while trying to sort out her feelings.

Running out of ideas, Carter reverts to her father's journal. While reading it, she learns more about her mother and her mother's lost diary. Believing the diary to be the solution to her problems, she begins searching the ship, finding it in an unlikely place. Unfortunately, the diary does not contain the answers she prayed for. Instead, it only reveals that the true struggle lies ahead. And Carter doesn't have very long to prepare for it.

Whistle for the Wind is a face-paced young adult adventure, with a main character that readers cannot help but root for. Watch as Carter not only continues through her journey but also grows into a strong, confident woman who learns to conquer her fears and her foes by trusting in herself and learning to lean on others around her.

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ISBN-13: 9798985272727
Publisher: Madison Wade
Publication date: 11/30/2021
Pages: 266
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.60(d)
Age Range: 13 - 16 Years

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