Radio-TV Sports Broadcaster Pens Odyssey about Family, Culture, Conflict, and Spiritual Growth
Steve Physioc masterfully combines a character-driven drama into an unforgettable saga of family, loss, culture, war, and redemption in Walks with the Wind.
By: Reader Views
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"Reader Views Review of Walks with the Wind: The story centers on protagonist Sam Cloud-Carson, a member of the Southern Ute tribe, who has the uncanny gift and skill of tracking, but also pitching and hitting in baseball. He has a loving family, but then they are taken away, leaving him as somewhat of a loner that begins his journey, especially after losing baseball as well. This is how his paths cross with Drake Dixon, a money-hungry man into power and manipulation, who uses Sam to bring himself even more power and wealth. An agreement brings them together in a way neither could anticipate.
Physioc masterfully combines this character-driven drama into an unforgettable saga of family, loss, culture, war, and redemption, especially Native American culture and the way the lives of the main characters collide and work off of each other. The pacing is even, the plot intriguing, and the dialogue dynamic. You will become invested in the story and can't guess what may lie around the next corner.
The author is be applauded for his talent for ambient settings, attention to details and culture, and the ability to be convincing and magnetic in the story he tells. The character development is outstanding.
Baseball fans are sure to like the different take on it as it as far as Sam is concerned. There is always something new to learn or add to what you already know in this novel. And let's not forget that there is a level of tension in the plot, too, as well as some tenderness along with the toughness. If you like odysseys about family, culture, conflict, and spiritual growth, you'll love "Walks with the Wind," by Steve Physioc.
Walks with the Wind (ISBN 9781736080405, Independently Published, 2021,) is available at online bookstores. You can learn more about Steve Physioc and Walks with the Wind by visiting his website https://www.stevephysioc.com/