Review: Firestorm (Weather Warden #5)

Title: Firestorm (Weather Warden #5)
Author: Rachel Caine
Publisher: Allison & Busby
Genres: Fantasy, Romance, Adult
Where Acquired: Christmas Present From My Great Uncle And His Family
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Goodreads Description:
Putting aside the personal chaos that has plagued her, rogue Weather Warden Joanne Baldwin must rally the remnants of the Weather Warden corps against a double threat-the Djinn who have broken free from Warden control, and a cranky Mother Earth who’s about to unleash her full fury against the entire world.

My Review:
This book is the best so far in this series! lately i had been getting slightly bored of the plot but the whole end of the world, mother earth is killing us all thing was just fantastic! There was less Jo and David in this (although there were still many bittersweet moments that kept the romance element alive!) an more Jo saving the world. I loved Jo’s growth into a more maternal role with Imara (amazing name!) and was devastated at the choices she was forced to make! Jo has to be one of the bravest book heroines! It was a shame Jonathan died though as i was a big fan of his, but at least we had a little more Luke in this book! I loved it that Jo developed the fire power and i am excited to see her develop this is further novels. however right at the end she lost all of her memory, just as i was thinking that this series may become dull again after the apocalypse was solved. That should make the next book interesting, albeit frustrating….


“You’re dead,” I repeated. “So why are you in my dream?”
He raised the bill of his olive drab ball cap with one finger. ” Good question. Morbid, isn’t it?”
“Dreaming about dead people. Creepy. You ever see a therapist about that?”
“I’m not -” Even in dreams, I couldn’t win an argument. Even when he was dead.”

  “It’s written in our DNA somewhere: our children first, the rest of the world second.”


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