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Fantasy
  • Author:
    Rachel Caine
  • ISBN:
    0749009942
  • ISBN13:
    978-0749009946
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  • Publisher:
    Allison & Busby (July 1, 2011)
  • Pages:
    377 pages
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    Fantasy
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  • Rating:
    4.3
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Weather Warden Series. 10 primary works, 20 total works. Only the Wardens stand between the wrath of Mother Earth and the clueless masses of humanity around the world. and Joanne Baldwin is one of the best.

Weather Warden Series. Pity she’s on the run for her life. Urban fantasy series. Followed by the Outcast Season series.

Part of Weather Warden series by Rachel Caine

Part of Weather Warden series by Rachel Caine. Good thing I've got my friends at my back - Lewis Orwell, the most powerful Warden on the planet; Cherise, my best (and not supernatural) friend; and a wide cast of sometimes dangerous allies who've got their own missions and agendas that don't always match up with mine. And I've got David, my true love.

Читать бесплатно Cape Storm Rachel Caine. The eighth book in the Weather Warden series). A novel by Rachel Caine. For courage, for peace, for sailing on ahead. Текст этой книги доступен онлайн: control the weather as a Weather Warden. These days, I can also control the forces of the earth, like volcanoes and earthquakes, and the forces of fire.

Cape Storm (Weather Warden is a Fantasy novel by Rachel Caine. Weather Warden Joanne Baldwin and her new husband, the Djinn David, are running from a malevolent hurricane bent on destroying her. Joined by an army of fellow Wardens and Djinn onboard a hijacked luxury liner, Joanne has lured the storm into furious pursuit

The 8th book in Caine's 'Weather Warden' series has Joanne Baldwin battling a familiar foe. Bad Bob is back and hell-bent on bringing Jo over to the dark side

The 8th book in Caine's 'Weather Warden' series has Joanne Baldwin battling a familiar foe. Bad Bob is back and hell-bent on bringing Jo over to the dark side to put the crazy old man in the ground, once and for al. These two are one of the hottest UF couples I have ever read - not only are they adorable, but their love freed an entire race of supernatural's.

Cape Storm (The eighth book in the Weather Warden series) A novel by Rachel Caine To Ter Matthies. We’ll meet on the shore. ACKNOWLEDGMENTS Jim Suhler & Monkey Beat Joe Bonamassa Lucienne Diver Charles Armitage Katherine Gunther P. N. Elrod Jackie Leaf Christina Radish Joya Manning Jenn Clack Kari Phillips ORAC Jackie Kessler Richelle Mead Kaz de Winter.

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Rachel Caine is a pen name of Roxanne Longstreet Conrad, an American writer of science fiction, fantasy, mystery, suspense, and horror novels. She also publishes media tie-in novels as Julie Fortune. Caine grew up in West Texas and graduated from Socorro High School in El Paso, Texas, in 1980.

Bad Bob was a Weather Warden, when he still had just his regular set of powers. Fire may be our best bet to overcome him-it’s his biggest weakness. You get your guys ready

Bad Bob was a Weather Warden, when he still had just his regular set of powers. You get your guys ready. I want original ideas, something he can’t anticipate or plan for. I chewed my lip for a second. And whatever your plans are-don’t tell me about them. I’d rather you keep it in your team. Whatever he thought of that, Brett nodded and left me.

Weather Warden Joanne Baldwin was supposed to be enjoying a romantic honeymoon with her new husband, the Djinn David - not running from a malevolent hurricane bent on destroying her. Joined by an army of fellow Wardens and Djinn on board a hijacked luxury liner, Joanne has lured the storm into furious pursuit. Only one problem: even their combined magic might not be enough to stop it. Now Joanne's being drawn into dark uncharted territory, both at sea and in a battle for her own soul ...and if she doesn't change course, her fellow Wardens - and even David's Djinn - won't have any choice but to blow her away.

Braendo
In this story our heroine is married to her Djinn lover and leader, David. They do not have a happy honeymoon, however, Bad Bob is working on the destruction of the Earth if not the universe. The rest of the book is the struggle to thwart him. It flips back and forth back and forth, the good guys losing, then winning, then losing, then winning and each time all appears lost it bounces back on a paranormal technicality. It was a good story but a little exhausting. The end was a little unsatisfying. It should not have been, but for some reason I can't put my finger on it left me worn out and a bit underwhelmed. Maybe, because it was a good ending but not necessarily happy. I may read the last one.
Dagdardana
The 8th book in Caine's 'Weather Warden' series has Joanne Baldwin battling a familiar foe. Bad Bob is back and hell-bent on bringing Jo over to the dark side. Together with head Warden, Lewis and her Dijn hubby David Prince, Jo and her task-force of good guys have commandeered a cruise ship and are heading straight for Bad Bob... to put the crazy old man in the ground, once and for all.

I am a one-woman Rachel Caine (real name Roxanne Longstreet) marching band. I love her. I am obsessed with her Young Adult series 'Morganville Vampires' which I am always recommending to people who tell me how much they love another certain YA vampire series that shall not be named...

Weather Wardens is her adult series and is a very unique Urban Fantasy. There are no vampires, werewolves or fae in sight. Instead there is a covert organization of humans with special talents for commanding the elements; earth, fire and water. They use these powers to control mother nature - from tornadoes to tidal waves and bush fires.

Helping the Wardens are Dijn, or as they are known in popular culture, genies. But don't get them confused with the 'I dream of...' variety. These Dijn are bad-ass and dangerous. They have claws, fangs and can control space and time. In the beginning the Wardens working relationship with the Dijn was master-slave, but over the course of the books that relationship has altered greatly. This is thanks in most part to Joanne Baldwin and Dijn David Prince. These two are one of the hottest UF couples I have ever read - not only are they adorable, but their love freed an entire race of supernatural's. Not your average shipperdom, huh?

Caine's 'Weather Warden' series is unique and exhilarating. All of Caine's books read like screenplays - she is a great visual writer and she loves epic battles. In both the 'Weather Warden' and 'Morganville Vampires' series she writes fantastically gripping, edge-of-your-seat, chew-your-nails-to-the-quick battle scenes. She is a masterful storyteller, as she proves again in 'Cape Storm'.

The 8th book is quite dark. Joanne is facing the man who was once her mentor, now a psychotic power-hungry leach who still considers Jo to be his protege. She is trying to resist his pull, but feels herself leaning toward the darkness... and to make matters worse, her friends and allies know they can't trust her because of Bad Bob's influence.
Quite a few times throughout the book Jo finds herself stranded and abandoned. Our girl Jo still throws around the usual quippy banter, but in this book she is really put to the test. As is her and David's relationship... Jo often describes David as being her 'true love', and throughout the series we have seen them both go through hell for each other. But in the book we see also glimpse a darker side to their love. Jo herself is very aware that David's devotion is potentially deadly to anyone who tries to harm her.

I also really loved Lewis's role in 'Cape Storm'. Lewis is a Warden who, at a young age, was revealed to possess all 3 elements - making him the most powerful Warden in history. Because of this talent the Warden council tried to lock him up and place a 'failsafe' on him, whereby an earth warden (who also have healing abilities) places a trigger in a Warden's head so that if they ever get out of control, a combination (a touch, phrase etc...) will fire neurons in the Warden's head, killing them. It is essentially a neutering. Lewis escaped, and for years worked on the Warden's periphery with the Dijn, before reemerging to help Jo and take control of the council.
Lewis and Jo also have a history. They are each other's first loves, and for Lewis that love has never diminished, even though he can see that he's lost Jo to David. Serious triangle!
In this book we finally get a long-awaited confession of undying love from Lewis, and it's good. So good.

Rachel Caine, as she loves to do, leaves 'Cape Storm' on a cliff-hanger... and it is a doozy. I, personally, am chomping at the bit for word of the 9th Weather Warden book.

I cannot recommend Rachel Caine enough. If you haven't already, go out and read the first Morganville Vampires book 'The Glass House' and the first Weather Warden, 'Ill Wind'. Right now! I promise you won't regret it.
Samutilar
This eighth book in the Weather Warden saga (not counting Undone, which uses the same universe but is not about Joanne and David), is much better than the last one, which almost turned me off the series. In this book Joanne and and her Djinn lover David are married, but have no time to honeymoon. The demonic Bad Bob has unleashed not only a killer storm off Miami, but a world-killer storm on the aetheric. All the regular characters return in this book, and they are at their best. The action is intense and never stops--I read this in one sitting, couldn't put it down. Joanne is back to being one of the better kick-butt heroines in supernatural fiction, after a few books where she kind of lost her mojo.

If you haven't read the other books in this series yet, do so before picking up this one, or you'll be lost and missing out on lots of great backstory. Without including spoilers in this review, it seems as if this might be the last book in the series, although that's not a given. If it isn't, things will be going in a new direction, and I'll buy the next book the day that it comes out.
Landaron
I've read and loved all the previous Weather Warden books, but this one I actually disliked. Through all the previous ones, Joanne was tough, spunky, brave, adventurous, all the great characteristics of a heroine. In this book however, she became so contaminated by the evil force that I couldn't enjoy it.

Think about it - when we read such books we identify with the hero/heroine, loving and fearing with them, sharing their failures and triumphs. But in reading this book, as I identified with Joanne I felt the ugliness and evil that overtook her, and it was disturbing, not enjoyable. I finished the book after a few tries, but afterwards I just threw it away. All my other Weather Warden books I still have, and have read more than once. This one I'm glad to be rid of, it felt disappointingly creepy.

I admit, though, other than this one book, I have consistently found Rachel Caine to be a gifted writer. I see she has a brand new book in the Weather Warden series, so if Joanne doesn't seem to be consumed with evil in that one, I'll be buying that one to add to my collection.
Blackbeard
Ok, so Cape Storm is not a masterpiece. There were some pretty big things about this book that really irritated me (like why Jo did this and not that and if she did something earlier why didn't she think of doing it again, and seriously if she vibrated all the skeletal ghost thingees and made them shatter why the hell didn't Rahel's bottle shatter at the same time and since it didn't then why didn't she do the vibration thing once she saw her bottle!?) But I love the Weather Warden series as a whole and it has been enormously entertaining for me. I was entertained the whole time I was reading this book (and all the others). I couldn't put it down, which sometimes is all that matters for a good story. I love the characters (David and Lewis, even Kevin and Cherise and all the Djinn). Although, I'm getting over Jo (and the whole the world needs to be saved Jo could turn evil storyline), I'd rather learn more about David or any of the other djinn. I am seriously annoyed and excited that we have yet another cliffhanger and have to wait until August for the next installment.