Publisher: Allison & Busby
Pages no: 412
Edition language: English
Series: Weather Warden (#7)
A major character returns to stir up the war between the Wardens and Djinn, and Joanne finds herself now fighting an additional faction of evil, as if things weren't screwed up enough for her. This one moves quick, and the reader now get a sense of overall tension building in the plot. I really like...
Read: 09/2010Re-Read: 09/20133.5 StarsThe transition between Gale Force and the last book in the series, Thin Air was off. Thin Air left off with the Jo and David racing off to fix the magnetic fields and then in Gale Force they are all of a sudden planning a wedding. I would have liked to read tha...
I hadn't read a Weather Warden book in a while now. I went to verificate that, and it turns out that i read Thin Air in the distant month of September 2012.And back then i remember loving it( my reviews say so..)...so i guess i should have read this series in one sitting.....because, now, i really h...
Rachel Caine sure knows how to drive a reader mental. That ending was crazy - I just hope Jo and David can finally get some peace in the next book, although chances are they won't. 5/5 stars
This book is fluff. Enjoyable, plot driven, fluff.While the book was a good antidote to stress, the series is starting to feel a bit worn. The ending where the bad guy gets away at the last minute, was just too obvious a set-up for the next book in the franchise