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Echo of the Cliffs

(Juniper Sawfeather #3)

4.36  ·  Rating details ·  14 ratings  ·  9 reviews
Three warriors asked the sun to grant them wishes of immortality to protect their people forever. One was turned into a merman, another was turned into a tree, and final warrior was turned into a stone.

Juniper Sawfeather has learned there is truth to this American Indian legend. She knows how it connects the mermaids she saved from an oil spill and the ancient spirit tha
Kindle Edition, 364 pages
Published June 6th 2017 by Fire & Ice Young Adult Books
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Aug 04, 2017 rated it it was amazing
I enjoyed this trilogy and this book was a great wrap-up to the story of Juniper, Carter, Haley and Juniper's parents. We started with mermaids, then a tree alive with a spirit and wrapped it up with a stone person/monster and mers (men and women). When Juniper's boyfriend Carter goes missing, I wanted to email the author and go to the end of the book to see if he lives. There is a lot of action in here as Juniper tries to find Carter even though everyone else thinks he is dead. It's also about ...more
Daisy White
Jul 10, 2017 rated it it was amazing
My Summer reading pile just hit 45 books, so I'm reading lots of different genres at the moment. This book is the third in a YA trilogy, following Juniper Sawfeather on her rather mystical journey. Having read and loved the first two books, I was hoping for more of the same pacey writing and well draw characters, and I wasn't disappointed. The whole series is full of clever twists and reveals, and this conclusion went full speed ahead for a very satisfying ending.
I can honestly say I haven't rea
Connie Huddleston
Jun 27, 2017 rated it it was amazing
I have read all the Juniper Sawfeather books and of the three, I liked Echo of the Cliffs best! Juniper has matured through these three books and knows what she can do and what she wants for her life. The story that began in Cry of the Sea and continued in Whisper of the Woods comes to fruition in this final volume with a heart-wrenching story of Native American mysticism and personal trials. Driver has created a character with Juniper that could live on in many more books. But if her story ends ...more
Jun 21, 2017 rated it it was amazing
This was a very interesting series. The inclusion of Native American legend to base the stories on was an excellent tool to build around lending to the character connections.
Jun 06, 2017 rated it it was amazing
I don't think I could be Juniper Sawfeather's mother.  Juniper continually finds herself in life-threatening, precarious situations - and yet she has these wondrous, magical experiences that go along with them.  Not sure if my heart could take the life-threatening aspects.  This book is no different - I gasped more than once at unexpected events while reading. 

With its environmental focus, the inclusion of American-Indian mythology, and a young protagonist who knows her own mind and doesn't bow
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Oct 01, 2017 rated it really liked it
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Echo of the Cliffs is the 3rd book in the Juniper Sawfeather series. This book brings the legend mystery that Juniper has been involved in solving to a close. The series is Young Adult, lacks a love triangle, and is a clean read.

Though it has been a while since I read the first two books, I was able to sink into Juniper’s world very easily in Echo of the Cliffs. I liked seeing some of the character growth that has happened, even to the adults. (Of course, as is true in life, not everyone grows u
Marie Blanchet
Sep 01, 2017 rated it really liked it
In Echo of the Cliffs, Juniper is done with school, and has grown as a person. While her life still isn’t going the way she wants it to, what with her parents see-sawing between treating her like an adult and still treating her like a child, the disappearance of her boyfriend and the media circus that follows her everywhere, Juniper has finally reached the point where she knows what she wants, and she’ll do anything to get it.

This is a feeling that might be familiar to a few people, if you just
Sep 27, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Washington tourism should be paying Ms. Driver for her work on the state's behalf. I felt that the book was a literary postcard of sorts and if seeing all that beauty with my own eyes wasn't on my bucket list before, it definitely is now.

'Cliffs' wraps up left over storylines from Whisper of the Woods while the Sawfeathers embark on a new mission to discover the truth behind an ancient Native American legend. It's not often that parents are this involved in a YA novel and it was a refreshing cha
Kester Nucum
Mar 13, 2018 rated it really liked it
Echo of the Cliffs is the stunning conclusion to The Juniper Sawfeather Trilogy as it examines the final part of the legend of the three warriors, a person turned into stone. The stakes have been raised even higher as some of the lives of Juniper’s loved ones are in danger. Without spoiling anything, I can say that Echo of the Cliffs will not disappoint fans of books one and two. The story truly does teach readers about the power of sacrifice, whether it be for love or for doing what is right. E ...more
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D. G. Driver is an optimist at heart, and that's why she likes to write books about young people who strive to make a difference in the world. From her teen environmentalist in The Juniper Sawfeather Trilogy, a young girl teaching her friends autism acceptance and to stop bullying people with special needs in No One Needed to Know, a girl who bravely searches for a friend lost along the shore of a ...more

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Juniper Sawfeather (3 books)
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