The Girl Who Could Silence the Wind Paperback / softback
by MEG MEDINA
A poignant and passionate tale about the risks people will take for a new and better life, and the sacrifices they will make to protect the ones they love. On the night Sonia Ocampo is born, the village folk of Tres Montes survive the most horrific storm they have ever seen.
Immediately they believe Sonia must possess a special gift to heal and protect.
But after a young boy dies despite her prayers, sixteen-year-old Sonia is filled with shame and a sense of utter powerlessness.
The hundreds of tiny gold symbols pinned to her shawl now only seem like empty, superstitious charms.
At once she longs to escape a life built on lies. With the help of her aunt, Sonia takes a train to the city to begin a post in the household of a wealthy woman.
Perhaps all their fortunes will now improve? However, a short time later Sonia hears the devastating news that her brother has gone missing from the village.
It is not the first time a young man has disappeared in the region, and everyone knows all too well what his fate may be.
Sonia must now risk absolutely everything to find him, and find a way to bring him home.
- Format: Paperback / softback
- Pages: 256 pages
- Publisher: Walker Books Ltd
- Publication Date: 07/06/2012
- Category: General
- ISBN: 9781406341942
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