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Words in the Wind

by Yvonne Anderson

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GATEWAY TO GANNAH #2. Marooned in a desolate canyon half a planet from home, a lone survivor struggles to separate reality from illusion... Dassa's landing craft crashes 10,000 kilometers from her intended destination. Taking refuge in a canyon from the blizzard that rages atop the rim, she learns more about her native planet than she ever wanted to know. Even if she manages to find her way home, does she have a home to return to? ++++++ PRAISE for Words in the Wind "From the waxen, unexpressive faces of the Karkar to the Gannahan magnetic storms and intergalactic flights, Yvonne Anderson brings a science fiction world alive before your eyes. She's even made fans of non sci-fi readers! If you love adventure it's a must read. Novel Rocket and I give Words in the Wind a high recommendation." Ane Mulligan, Sr. editor, Novel Rocket ++++++ "Words in the Wind is a solid bit of social science fiction. I applaud the world building, and the crafting of a distinct culture. Reminds me of Ursula LeGuin's works, with a touch of Kathy Tyers's Firebird thrown in." Kerry Nietz, author of A Star Curiously Singing (The DarkTrench Saga, Book 1) and 2011 Readers Favorite Gold Medal Award winner ++++++ "Compact style, well-paced story-telling, with an eye on faith and a love for Scripture. Right on, Dassa." Marc Schooley, award-winning author of Konig's Fire

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