The Winds of Autumn is a great book about growing up. My review may make it sound like a cliche, but it certainly wasn't cliched. The life of Josh is very relatable, maybe because I'm the same age, but I still believe anyone can take away good thoughts and inspiration from this book, like its predecesor. The teen struggles are timeless, and Janette Oke integrates common modern trials into the early twentieth century era. I very much enjoyed reading it, and recomend it highly.