Walker By Jane Alexander, Walker None
  • Title: Walker
  • Author: Jane Alexander
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 172
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Walker By Jane Alexander, None
    Walker By Jane Alexander,
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      Published :2020-05-04T03:21:16+00:00

    About "Jane Alexander"

    1. Jane Alexander

      I am the author of over twenty books on natural health, holistic living and spirituality I am passionate about seasonal living, fitness, yoga, meditation, dreamwork and shamanism I am lucky enough to live in a beautiful and wild part of the UK, surrounded by nature.

    415 thoughts on “Walker”

    1. It s rare to read a book that combines knowledgeable information about spiritual subject matter with a gripping story They can end up preachy or plain boring This is neither Hunter McKenzie is a boy lost Then he loses everything in a terrible accident, during which he dies and then, by some inexplicable miracle, comes back to life Losing everything brings him from his home in America to his Grandmother s house in Exmoor, where he finds that he d lost far than he ever dreamed The knowledge that [...]

    2. This Y A novel was intriguing in the displacement of the young main character being out of his comfort zone in ways than one The description of the settings were superb I would love to read a continuation of this story.

    3. My biggest and only complaint about Walker is that the story ended far too soon grin Hunter and Rowan quickly became my friends well, friends of the perpetual teenager that lives inside my head and I wanted their adventure to continue on Totally mesmerizing and authentic I ve done a small amount of walking myself, and those scenes in particular gave me goosebumps I hope this is the start of a series

    4. My 15 year old son is reading this on his kindle and really likes it It is about a teenage boy whose parents are killed in a car crash and he goes to live with his grandmother who literally lives in another world.

    5. If you like fantasy, if you like some ghoulish moments, some touching moments, a good pace throughout and plenty of creatures and interesting beings If you are interested in walking between plains, shamansim and spirituality, then there is a lot here for the reader I know Walker is classified as a YA the MC s are fifteen but it is a book for all ages.I really liked how age appropriate the dialogue was here Both Hunter and Rowan spoke like teenagers For a while the concept that Ruth just took off [...]

    6. The sense of place in this book is completely charming The land itself becomes another character, one you care about just as much as the two young heroes This is an atmospheric read, one full of interest and wonder.

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