Fourteen-year-old Kat expects to spend another summer at the remote farmhouse where she lives with her widowed father and younger brother. She imagines long days riding Stormwind, her favorite horse at her neighbor’s stable. But after Kat makes a shocking discovery one morning, she begins a struggle to rescue Stormwind from her abusive owner.
Meanwhile, her father brings home an unwelcome visitor with a secret that could destroy the way of life that the family loves. This sends Kat running away into the Adirondack wilderness with Stormwind and her dog, Hesperus.
Alone at her lakeside camp one day, Kat meets Randy, a fellow runaway with a mysterious past. As their friendship deepens, they are soon confronted with a danger that neither could have ever imagined.
As Kat’s, Stormwind’s, and Randy’s lives become intertwined, Kat knows that she must expose the secret that threatens her family’s future and help Randy overcome the memories of his troubled childhood.
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Jodi Auborn first started writing “Stormwind of the North Country” as a horse-crazy ten-year-old. After over twenty years (and countless drafts), “Stormwind” became her first novel, which was originally published in 2009. In 2019, the newly rewritten and republished Second Edition was released.
Jodi has also written a sequel to “Stormwind,” titled “Secrets of the North Country.” For younger readers, she has written “Matthias: The Ghost of Salvation Point,” and a memoir for all ages called “My Ten-Acre Wilderness: A Misfit Girl’s Quest for Home.” She currently lives in the small town of Ticonderoga, NY, in the Adirondack Mountains that inspired the two “North Country” novels and her memoir.
When she isn’t writing, Jodi is an avid photographer, artist, and musician who plays the guitar and ukulele. Horses also remain a part of her life, her newest being a white Appaloosa named Timmy.
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