Star Wind is a young adult novel by American writer Linda Woolverton, published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, Boston, 1986. Hard Cover. First Edition. 181 pgs. Condition is Excellent to Near Mint, dust jacket has some light wear book is in near mint, never been read. See photos for more detail.
"When she returns home from summer camp, Camden Douglas finds that her best friend Mitch is running with a new group. They're followers of an older teen who calls himself WT-3 and tells the "kidsters" that "grownies" are "double ungood" bosses who give children no rights. WT-3 also shows them The Game, a consciousness-altering ritual that gives them the sensation of flying. Miffed at her busy parents, Camden plunges in but a series of nightmarish dreams reveal the truth. WT-3 is from a totalitarian world where an oppressive Word Tax is enforced by Word Police. While giving the children a simple slang, WT-3's been draining their brains of all they've learned. Although the allegorical dream world gets a bit didactic, this is a fine novel with surprising twists and a particularly astute portrayal of the allure and danger for young people of secret societies, cults and drugs." Publishers Weekly.
Star Wind by Linda Woolverton, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt 1986, 1st Edition, Near Mint
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