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Windwalker: Order of the Red Sons by H.G. Chambers

Windwalker #3

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Betrayed by those she swore to protect.

When Kiva is attacked by a group of masked men within the walls of her desert city, she is given a choice: leave, or risk the lives of her loved ones. They are the Order of the Red Sons, and they are determined to return Madina Basin to a time before female windwalkers.

As the Order's influence spreads, Kiva discovers that no one is immune to their rhetoric, not even those closest to her. But the danger goes beyond the hearts and minds of her people, for a far more insidious purpose lurks in the heart of their leader--one that could spell disaster for every last soul in Madina Basin.
Source: I received a free copy of this book and opted to post a review.
Genre: YA, Fantasy
Pub. Date: October 1, 2019

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Kiva's story continues as the inhabitants of the Basin find themselves fighting enemies from without and within.

I enjoyed the world-building and character building in this book. There are some new, amazing characters that I hope to see in future installments of this series. I found the continued inclusion of political intrigue and its effects on the Basin's war with the Sharun absorbing. The ongoing romance between Kiva and Jonah is endearing, and I'm hoping that the bond between Kiva and Noor continues to grow to new heights as the series' arc progresses. While I did have a couple of issues with this book, I enjoyed it immensely and I'm looking forward to the next installment.

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About H.G. Chambers

H.G. Chambers, author of Windwalker: Order of the Red Sons
H.G. Chambers, author. Courtesy of
I was born in British Columbia, Canada, but spent most of my youth on the beaches of Maui. Throughout my life, I’ve been fortunate enough to explore my passions. I’ve had harrowing experiences as a helicopter pilot, drying cherries in the desert mountains of Washington state. I’ve toured with a band down the eastern seaboard in a $2,000 van, surviving on Arby’s fixins, and selling CDs for gas money. I’ve built websites and designed logos for businesses all over North America. Of everything I’ve tried, writing fantasy is by far the most exciting and fulfilling.

My whole life I have been fascinated by stories. Especially the kind of stories that transport you into incredible worlds where the impossible becomes real; where epic battles between good and evil rage across the centuries. This sense of escape and wonderment are what I hope to embody within my own work.
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