In September 2008, Hurricane Ike wrecked havoc on the Texas Coast leaving the Bolivar Peninsula nearly decimated. Ike killed more than 100 people and caused $24.9 billion in damages, earning the awful title of the third costliest storm to ever hit America’s shores. Virtually erased from the map, Bolivar was bent…but not broken. Brenda Cannon Henley artfully weaves her own tragic story of life-changing loss with the untold stories of the people of Bolivar. Winds over Bolivar is a resounding tale of devastation, triumph, and the prevailing winds of the indomitable human spirit.

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