Look who’s at it again with a review of my second book, Headwinds! Yes, it’s the amazing 13 year-old Erik Weibel, a.k.a. This Kid Reviews Books, who’s been blogging book reviews since he was NINE. Read what he has to say about mine! (Spoiler alert: he likes it a lot.) And just in time for the Books By the Bay Book Festival in Bellingham, where I’ll be signing copies of my–ahem–award-winning YA novel The Flying Burgowski next Tuesday afternoon, Sept. 29, at 2:30. Tell all your Bellingham buddies to stop by the Hotel Bellwether and get a signed book! Now–take it away, Erik!
Series: The Flying Burgowski (Book #2)
By Gretchen K.Wing
288 pages – ages 12+
Published by Madrona Branch Press on November 24th, 2014
Synopsis- The Flying Burgowski…flies…again! Jocelyn Burgowski is pretty happy. Her mom is back on Dalby Island, her brother Michael is [mostly] nice to her, and she flies on an almost regularly basis. What can go wrong? Well, Jocelyn’s mom is (pretty much) seen, as she was forced to land on her boss’ roof. Then at Joss’ birthday party, Michael goes, and tries to fly by jumping off of a cliff. He lives, but is pretty messed up, and in the hospital. Add the fact that there is at least one person on Dalby Island from a strange, ancient cult that was formed pretty much for the purpose of grounding Flyers like Jocelyn and her mom, and Jocelyn has no idea what is going on with her…
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