Review: Coyote Winds by Helen Sedwick (review, interview) on

Coyote-Winds-Cover-12.10.12Review Excerpt:

“When a book switches between narrators, it can sometimes be confusing. When it also switches between time periods, it can be even more confusing. When the book throws in an animal’s point of view, your head can spin. While Coyote Winds has two human narrators about a century apart plus a coyote’s point of view, I was not at all confused. In fact, I enjoyed the book even more so because of this.”

Interview excerpt:

Please tell us in one sentence only, why we should read your book. Coyote Winds is a very American story about our can-do spirit blinding us to the unintended consequences.”

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