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Windmills Bio Terrorists Release A Plague In The United States That Spreads To Kill Most Of The World S Caucasian Population As The Deadly Virus Mutates, Tzu Shin, A Renowned Medical Doctor And Biologist, Defects From China To Help Develop A Cure His Only Daughter, Lin Kwan, Is Left Behind In Hong Kong With Her Aunt.Then Kwan S Father Summons Her From Across The Sea To Bring Him Chinese Medicinal Herbs He Needs To Develop A Cure Lonely And Missing Her Parents, She Accepts The Challenge, Traveling With Her Sensei Li Zhong To The New World.But A Chinese Assassin Is On Her Trail, Determined To Kill Her And Li Zhong, And When Kwan Discovers Her Father Has Disappeared, She Sets Out On A Journey To Find Him And Deliver Her Precious Cargo, A Quest That She May Not Survive.

[PDF / Epub] ✅ Windmills  By Lyndi Alexander – Brazilianportuguesetranslator.us
  • Paperback
  • 193 pages
  • Windmills
  • Lyndi Alexander
  • English
  • 12 April 2018
  • 1612712266

    10 thoughts on “[PDF / Epub] ✅ Windmills By Lyndi Alexander – Brazilianportuguesetranslator.us


  1. says:

    WALKI S REVIEWWindmills is a dystopian novel The Second Holocaust was unleashed by terrorists in California, most white people died in North America and the virus mutated The main character is the seventeen year old Lin Kwan from the cramped quarters of Hong Kong This is the gripping telling of Lin Kwan s odyssey from Hong Kong to her scientist father, or at least part of the way, as Windmills is only the beginning of her adventures As expected she meets good and bad people on the way, ea WALKI S REVIEWWind...


  2. says:

    Kwan is a young girl living in China during a time when world is going through a terrible plague China seems to be at the farthest reaches of the plague and she has been safe living with her Aunt and her cousin Her father and mother have gone to America where the plague began and they hope to help find a cure Six months after her parents left Kwan gets a letter from her father asking for specific herbs and for Kwan to travel to America to deliver the herbs Kwan wants to desperately help her Kwan is a young girl living in China during a time when world is going through a terrible plague China seems to be at the farthest reaches of the plague and she has been safe living with her Aunt and her cousin Her father and mother have gone to America where the plague began and they hope to help find a cure Six months after her parents left Kwan gets a letter from her father asking for specific herbs and for Kwan to travel to America to deliver the herbs Kwan wants to desperately help her parents and seeks the help of her sensei Soon they are on their way via a cargo ship But, unbeknownst to Kwan, she and her sensei are being stalked by an assassin The dangers of a lawless and...


  3. says:

    I ve just had the rare privilege of reading Lyndi Alexander s soon to be released YA novel, Windmills The Color of Fear 1 I was utterly blown away by what I would describe as the best example of a followup to the very successful Hunger Games Though in this new series by Alexander, instead of children killing children for no truly good purpose, in this book, children are forced to kill for the most important reason of all, their own survival, as well as the survival of all mankind.In this I ve just had the rare privilege of reading Lyndi Alexander s soon to be released YA novel, Windmills The Color of Fear 1 I was utterly blown away by what I would describe as the best example of a followup to the very successful Hunger Games Though in this new series by Alexander, instead of children killing ch...


  4. says:

    A contagion designed only to kill the Caucasian population has been released into the US Soon things begin to take a different turn as the contagion begins to mutate, also affecting other ethnic groups.Tzu Shin, an accomplished doctor and biologist travels with his wife to America hoping to develop the cure.Leaving behind his only daughter in Hong Kong he believes she will be s...


  5. says:

    Windmills by Lyndi Alexander was a great read The story was very interesting I love that the main character wasn t typical, like most novels She was of asian descent, she wasn t knowledgeable about everything, and she made mistakes She was a real girl, and I loved that.The book gave me a Karate Kid vibe, which was interesting I love that we got to go on this adventure with Kwan and Li Zhong The book was in 3rd person, which I enjoyed because it felt like someone was telling me the story Windmills by Lyndi Alexander was a great read The story was very interesting I love that the main character wasn t typical, like most novels She was of asian descent, she wasn t knowledgeable about everything, and she made mistakes She was a real girl, and I loved that.The book gave me a Karate Kid vibe, which was interesting I love that we got to go on this adventure with Kwan and Li Zhong The book was in 3rd person, which I enjoyed because it felt like someone was telling me the story The point of view was always 3rd person, but it focused on the different characters to show what they thought of what was going on.The book itself was well written Lyndi did a great job with the language and the culture of the people in the book I feel like she really did her research and a great job at putting all of her ...


  6. says:

    With so many novels tackling the apocalypse and dystopian societies, Lyndi Alexander s Windmills is a refreshing look at the genre without the tired tropes.I like to think of Windmills as an accessible Armageddon the problem is believable and I can easily relate to the people trying to deal with it Although the strong young heroine has been done before, Kwan s Chinese morality and excellent fighting skills make her a unique standout from the Katnisses and Beatrices.I recommend this nov...


  7. says:

    I liked reading Windmills It was an interesting story I really liked Kwan she s brave and I applaud that There s been a couple times where I almost gave up on reading this book, but I was curious about what s going to hap...


  8. says:

    This was my first book of Lyndi Alexander and I absolutely loved it Suspense, drama, laughter, sadness, etc all rolled up into one book If you are looking for a good read look no further I can t wait to read the next book

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