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by Rachel Caine
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Turn The Page
Turn The Page rated it 2 years ago
Jo had lost her memory at the end of the last book, and spends this novel trying to figure out who she is while also discovering she should be battling demons sent to basically destroy the earth. I've been impressed with this series as Caine has created a complex, sympathetic, yet strong character i...
Carolyn Cannot Live Without Books!
Carolyn Cannot Live Without Books! rated it 3 years ago
I loved the start of this book. It's been long enough since I read the last book that I forgot what had happened with Joanne. I liked that even though some things were resolved, it wasn't a resolution tied up with a bow. Great series.
AH@BadassBookReviews
AH@BadassBookReviews rated it 4 years ago
I usually don't read books in a series back to back. However, after that ending in Firestorm, I just had to continue reading. So I picked up Thin Air. Poor Jo! She really gets banged up a lot and in this book, her memories have been taken away. Imagine waking up naked and freezing and having no idea...
Sally Ember, Ed.D.
Sally Ember, Ed.D. rated it 4 years ago
This is, in my opinion, the weakest of the series. Hackneyed plot devices dragged the story throughout the volume. Repetitions (for whose benefit) of key elements of her "world" and information from previous volumes hit too hard. A lot was boring and, in my opinion, lazy writing. Rachel does better ...
Reading Between the Wines Book Club
Read: 09/2010Re-Read: 09/2013I loved this book, it was incredibly intense, but I'm not sure I'd be as accepting as Joanne was concerning David and a certain demon. And Lewis, oh Lewis....
Kim's Booklife
Kim's Booklife rated it 5 years ago
Another fantastic Weather Warden book that didn't leave me quite so crushed at the end. I was a little worried in the middle though and had to flip to make sure nothing went wrong, but all good. Can't wait to see what happens next. 5/5 stars
Affairs of M/Men
Affairs of M/Men rated it 5 years ago
The amnesia trope is done in a creative and unusual manner and it works for me. The first third of the book has good pacing and is very good. The plot slows for awhile at that point and I found it a little annoying but it picked up again after a few chapters and remained strong for the rest of the b...
Library Liz·ard
Library Liz·ard rated it 6 years ago
Thin Air starts exactly where we left off as Joanne blinks right out of sight and lands somewhere ‘else’, naked and half dead. Stripped of her memories by Ashan the djinn in an attempt to ‘unmake’ her from the world when the djinn plot to destroy humanity is stopped by Mother Earth herself. What fo...
Bibliopunkk
Bibliopunkk rated it 7 years ago
Gods, that cover is sexy... just saying.Book 6 in the Weather Warden series turned out better than I hoped, considering I was so disappointed in book 5. Thin Air starts out with a bang... Joanne has lost her memory and is wandering around in the wilderness with Lewis trying to avoid detection on the...
TsBook
TsBook rated it 7 years ago
Wow where do I begin. Sometimes you just fall into a series of books that take you away. In this case I was taken away in an all American heavy metal car that that can kick ass. Joanna Baldwin is a weather warden, with a flick of her hand the weather above can move and change to help the world stay ...
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