The Wings in the Wind: The Reign of Mawh’eyri by Arthur D. Bardswell is a fantasy novel that offers great encouragement in overcoming through a revealing of the mystery of the Great Spirit-wind as told through the mouths of the great King Eagles.
Arthur D. Bardswell has penned a fast-paced story that reflects majestic views of a world once destroyed, that would grow again after desolation from a great winter – an Ice Age. Inspirational, well-written, the book is designed to give hope after all is lost. With a flare of Indian literature and tribal culture, combined with folklore, this book is for those that desire this genre.
Inspired by C.S. Lewis and JRR Tolkien, the author follows their writing style, as he notes in his Acknowledgments. He begins his tale with a Prologue, and follows with the story of the Great Eagles who call themselves the Eyri. Speaking of an ancient time, before the coming of men, these creatures ruled the skies and mountains. The most powerful of them all were the Mawh'eyri,, which were seven times the size of the other eagles and owned their own culture, language and code of conduct. Then there were the Windlords, a few select warrior eagles, who by their bravery and triumph over the Monarch of Mountains, were granted much favor.
Further presenting an inspirational story intertwined with majestic reigning of kings, Windlords, many great battles, much passion, the author offers hope and triumph over despair and failure. The author has creatively designed a story of valiant characters, bringing glory in overcoming adversity – to those who love reading C.S. Lewis or admire the Lord of the Ring series will enjoy this great novel.
A fascinating, rewarding emotional journey that will leave you wanting more!
Title: The Wings in the Wind: The Reign of Mawh’eyri
By: Arthur D. Bardswell
A CBM Book Review
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