✓ Y'keta (The Sky Road Trilogy #1) || ↠ PDF Read by ☆ SandraHurst

By SandraHurst | Comments: ( 333 ) | Date: ( Sep 17, 2019 )

Banished Cast out Powerless Y keta is exiled to the small village of Esquialt as his father s punishment for his rebellious spirit Village tradition gives him one Cycle, from spring to spring, to earn the right to stay The villagers have a legend about mighty beings called the Waki tani, mythical lords of the wind and lightning who can shapeshift into human form Y keBanished Cast out Powerless Y keta is exiled to the small village of Esquialt as his father s punishment for his rebellious spirit Village tradition gives him one Cycle, from spring to spring, to earn the right to stay The villagers have a legend about mighty beings called the Waki tani, mythical lords of the wind and lightning who can shapeshift into human form Y keta knows the truth behind these stories Could there be to them than just tales shared around the campfire If Y keta reveals what he knows to the villagers, it will tear their history and traditions apartbut sharing his secrets may be their only hope for survival when Esquialt is threatened by the brutal, ferociously destructive Utlaak Loosely based on the Thunderbird of North American legend, Y keta is an epic fantasy set in an ancient world where legends walk and the Sky Road offers a way to the stars.


  • Title: Y'keta (The Sky Road Trilogy #1)
  • Author: SandraHurst
  • ISBN: 9781539396956
  • Page: 115
  • Format: Paperback

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Comments Y'keta (The Sky Road Trilogy #1)

  • Kelli Loves 2 Blog

    When I first heard about this story from Sandra, long before it was released, I was anxious to read it. The subject and the mythological aspect really intrigued me. I couldn't wait to get my hands on it!When she finally finished Y'keta, I begged for a chance to read it. I just couldn't help myself. Sandra talked it up to the point I felt I knew the characters and I felt as if I needed to dive in and reacquaint myself with some long lost friends.When I finally got my hands on the book, I was not [...]


  • Simon Leonard

    The book took me a while to get into, but that could have just been me as I had extra distractions when I started the book. Once I got into it i thoroughly enjoyed it and found the similarities between this and native Americans very good and made the book more realistic. If you enjoy fantasy books with some links to real life experiences then this is the book for you. As a debut novel this is a very good start and I will be keeping an eye out for Sandra's books in the future.


  • InD'tale Magazine

    4.5/5.0With a culture reminiscent of Native American culture, and strong world building, "Y’Keta", the first book in The Sky Road Trilogy, offers an intriguing story with a solid setting.Read full review in the 2017 September issue of InD'tale Magazine.


  • Kassandra

    A moving coming of age story rich in a culture akin to Native American. Told using multiple voices, each distinct, the story takes the reader through that last rush from childhood into young adulthood. Although the main characters could be said to be Y'keta and Siann, we get to experience the growth of numerous characters to make a well rounded world. The character and world building is strong throughout the story. A few mishaps but nothing that would detract the reader from the story.


  • Martha Dunlop

    Y’Keta is the first book in a high fantasy series, based on the Native American Thunderbird legend. I really enjoyed Y’Keta. I loved seeing these very separate and independent people begin to find their sense of community and togetherness, and even a little romance. I loved the theme of learning, and the way the roles shifted between the younger and older members of the tribe as they aged.I also enjoyed the themes of identity and authenticity, which are so relevant to where we are today. Ove [...]


  • Ashley White

    The world is both familiar and entirely new and the characters are as diverse as the changing landscape. I enjoyed that we got to see inside different character's heads and see their individual reactions as events unfolded. It's the first of a trilogy and it did a good job of setting up the villains and protagonists while still giving us enough action to feel like it wasn't just a set up for the following books. I wondered how it would all get resolved when I was nearing the last chapters and ho [...]


  • Ari Augustine

    Though not traditionally what I'd consider an Epic Fantasy, Y'Keta surprisingly holds it own with a plot brimming with thoughtful dialogue and vivid descriptions of cultures not unlike Native Americans. And a coming-of-age story I couldn't put down.Read the full review at ravenousforreads/yketa-by


  • Glenn Hurst

    This is not what I normally ready but the story pulled me in and I'm plowing through it very quickly. I'm going to start nagging for the follow up soon!


  • J.J. Reichenbach

    Y’keta combines the rich tapestry of aboriginal mythology with a universally relatable coming-of-age story and highly imaginative world-building. The writing is well-crafted, poetic, and deeply moving. Hurst’s auspicious debut into the YA fantasy genre is not to be missed!


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