"Fifth book in the Windlegends Saga keeps you deeply engrossed"
Torture nor exile, nor imprisonment had brought Conar
McGregor to his knees. The years of abuse had shaped his
willpower; it has toned down his arrogance. But the hot
streak of fury continued to course through his veins making
him incautious at times, and his friends worried about his
recklessness. Yet danger held no concern for him.
Darkwind was real, and his fury was real. The core of the
Brotherhood Of The Wind feared for him, and they prayed for
him. But they could not make the pain in his eyes go away.
None could quench the fury in his face. Only one person
could do that, and she like his peace of mind was lost to
him forever... or is she?
This is the Fifth book in the series of the Windlegends
Saga, and I have to say that I continue to be in awe of
this talented author's work. Ms. Compo keeps you deeply
engrossed in the story, and eager to find out what will
happen next. Her characters are so realistic, they jump
from the pages and have you still thinking about them long
after the book has ended. You'll find yourself tempted (as
I was many times) to jump to the last pages to see how this
part of the story ends...Please don't! Try to restrain
yourself, for it is well worth the wait. Those of you who
are fans of Ms Compo's Windlegends Saga will not be
disappointed. I highly recommend reading, "The Windreaper"
It's a Five Star Winner, and I eagerly await the next book
in this series.
Charlene Smith / January 2002
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Review for previous release: RFI West /
January 1, 2002-
Reviewed by Charlene Smith
Posted February 1, 2002