Rachel Caine is a pen name of Roxanne Longstreet Conrad, an American writer of science Ill Wind (December , Roc Books, ISBN ); Heat Stroke (August , Roc Books, ISBN ); Chill Factor (January. Someone's finally doing something about the weather in the first in this series by the New York Times bestselling author of Ink and Bone and. Some Weather Wardens control fire, others control earth, water, or wind – and the most powerful can control more than one element. Without Wardens, Mother.
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I absolutely love the way this story I just finished my reread of this book. I absolutely love the way this story is set up. We are dropped directly into the action. We know something bad has happened, because Jo is on the run, but we are not certain of the particulars.
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Things unfold slowly for us through flashbacks and conversations with other characters. We slowly get to see Jo's rachel caine ill wind and the situation she has found herself in.
We also get introduced to some very interesting secondary characters. I absolutely loved the way the author set up the world.
Ill Wind: Weather Warden, Book 1
I have never read anything else even remotely close to this. I find it all quite fascinating. It all combined to make rachel caine ill wind fascinating new world. The detail that the author includes about the way the Wardens manipulate the elements was absolutely phenomenal.
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Ill Wind (Weather Warden, book 1) by Rachel Caine
I'm very pleased that the author didn't just brush over these details. We got a very nice introduction to several secondary characters. David was very intriguing, and genuinely nice. I also loved that we learned a little twist about his history with Jo.
I thought that added a very believable slant to his initial reasons for approaching her. I also loved learning about Lewis.
Kudos to the author for creating such an interesting character through flashbacks alone. Nature, we are told, has an rachel caine ill wind malevolent sentience of its own and would be only too happy to wipe us out if given half a chance.
No, Mother Earth doesn't seem to like us a whole lot.