The Four Winds by Kristin Hannah full audiobook
The Four WindsFirst published 2 february 2021
The Four Winds is a historical fiction novel by Kristin Hannah, about a woman's struggle to survive the Dust Bowl and the Great Depression. It follows Elsa Martinelli, a farmer's wife and mother of two, who faces drought, poverty, and discrimination in Texas. She decides to move to California with her children, hoping for a better life. But she soon realizes that the promised land is not what it seems, and she has to fight for her dignity and her family's future.
I liked this novel because it was powerful, emotional, and realistic. The characters were well-developed and relatable, especially Elsa, who has a strong and courageous voice. The plot was gripping and heartbreaking, with many challenges and hardships that kept me invested. The setting was vivid and authentic, with a lot of details about the history and culture of the 1930s America. The writing style was smooth and captivating, with a lot of descriptive language and dialogue.
I think this novel is an important and relevant story, because it shows the resilience and hope of the human spirit in the face of adversity. It also raises awareness about the environmental and social issues that still affect us today. I recommend this novel to anyone who enjoys historical fiction, drama, or romance.