Strong Winds From Nowhere is a fiction story by Ronit Galapo. It is the story of Tasha, a young girl who is beautiful and wise beyond her years, and her journey to both discover her humanity and embrace the challenge of her destiny.
The story is inspiring and empowering through weaving fantasy, wisdom, and courage. It tells as a parable, in order to show a Truth. I can’t help but feel like I am on the edge of understanding as I read the book, but that I just couldn’t quite catch the full message. Perhaps this is a story to be read and re-read, with each encounter opening the door a bit broader to understanding.
The story is a quick read which flows very well and captured me; in many areas I found myself wondering more about the characters and events. However, parables seem to be pointed and economical with words, and such is the same for this story.
Hay House gifted me this book of my choice in exchange for my thoughts about it, as part of the Book Nook Blogger program.