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The Wind in His Heart por Charles de Lint
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The Wind in His Heart (original 2018; edição 2017)

por Charles de Lint (Autor)

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When various lives collide in the Hierro Maderas Mountains, each must struggle to escape a messy past and find a way to carve a future. They don't just have to learn how to survive. They have to learn how to fly.
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Título:The Wind in His Heart
Autores:Charles de Lint (Autor)
Informação:Triskell Press (2017), 550 pages
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Considering how long some authors take to release their new material, we shouldn't really whine about the 8 years in between Charles de Lint's previous adult novel nad the Wind in his Heart. Especially since he continues to write books aimed at the young adult market which are totally paletable in the mean time. So only a little whine (whine). That's out of the way now, so all that remains is praise. In typical fashion de Lint has crafted an intricate story with highly engaging characters, blending elements of fantasy and myth with human struggle and modern date themes taken straight from the world's headlines. What surprised me most (even though it shouldn't, being well acquainted with de Lint's inclinations) was how well he explored First Nations mythology and spirituality. He's always written about folklore from North America, but I guess I had forgotten how seemlessly his stories fit together and how true they seem compared to "real" folklore (however we want to define that). In this political climate as well, it stands as a positive example of how cultures can come together and be explored in a positive way, even when in the hands of someone outside of said culture. If anything, it's fiction like this that rekindles my interest in folklore and mythology systems, and even while I know the basics of First Nations lore it reminds me that there is so much more out there to find. Hopefully it won't be another 8 years until de Lint's next novel, but I can always go back and reread some of my old favourites. ( )
  JaimieRiella | Feb 25, 2021 |
Delightful. So enjoyed another trip to the American Southwest desert country de Lint has described before in “Forests of the Heart.” The imagery of the landscape of the Painted Lands was beautifully vivid to me. I recommended Charles de Lint to a younger reader because I like spending my time with his thoughtful, kindly characters.

I wonder, what would Jilly Coppercorn paint after visiting the desert? ( )
  KaterinaBead | Feb 10, 2021 |
De Lint is one of my favorite fantasy writers, so this was quite the treat for me. Interesting characters, connecting different mythologies, and great landscape settings. ( )
  WiebkeK | Jan 21, 2021 |
Not really as good as earlier adult de Lint's, imo. It seemed a little unpolished, the dialog faintly stilted in places. ( )
  TadAD | Oct 12, 2019 |
I really enjoyed reading this novel. The story follows a handful of characters that are trying to figure out who they are and who they are meant to be. The backdrop is a Native American reservation that borders the spirit lands where being from Native American folklore live among the residents. The characters were interesting and I was invested in their stories. The plot was a bit meandering, but despite the many storylines, it kept my interests until the end. ( )
  Cora-R | May 22, 2019 |
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