Firestorm (The Windstorm Series, #3)

Why did I possibly think I could do anything to end this war I was a fool, and now I have one week to get the twins out of here, or I may never see them again The seven tribal nations are at war, and as a taporo Kit can finally do something to save her people But Kit can t shake the feeling she s playing a game she doesn t understand, and if she agrees to fight, she ll Why did I possibly think I could do anything to end this war I was a fool, and now I have one week to get the twins out of here, or I may never see them again The seven tribal nations are at war, and as a taporo Kit can finally do something to save her people But Kit can t shake the feeling she s playing a game she doesn t understand, and if she agrees to fight, she ll lose the ones she loves the most.Firestorm is the highly anticipated conclusion of the The Windstorm Series, a fast paced fantasy trilogy that critics are calling a thrilling head rush of an adventure Kirkus Reviews.
Firestorm The Windstorm Series Why did I possibly think I could do anything to end this war I was a fool and now I have one week to get the twins out of here or I may never see them again The seven tribal nations are at war and

  • Title: Firestorm (The Windstorm Series, #3)
  • Author: Katie Robison
  • ISBN: 9780985046545
  • Page: 482
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Firestorm (The Windstorm Series, #3)”

    1. Firestorm was a wonderful read! Action packed and full of twists that I didn't see coming. This book had me feeling all sorts of emotions. Sadness, frustration, anxiety, anger, relief, happiness, contentment. I was happy with the romance part of the plot. Some YA books can get pretty ridiculous with all the love triangles going on, but Katie Robinson did a very good job of making you feel the emotions without all the drama. I think Kit does a lot of growing up in the series and I loved that she [...]

    2. This was a fantastic ending to this series. It was fast-paced and action-packed. There was great character development--especially with Kit-- and I felt that it answered all the questions that were left in book #1 and #2. I liked that there wasn't a "Hollywood Ending" that is common in YA literature.I loved the integration of NZ culture in this series. Even the slang used in the dialog is right on point.The only reason why I rated it 4 stars instead of 5 is that a couple of the plot twists were [...]

    3. I finally managed to slow down to read this book (since I knew it was going to be the last) and instead of reading it in 24-48 hours like the first two, managed to stretch it out for a couple days so I could enjoy it more ;) Books #1 and #2 left a LOT of questions in my mind, so I'm pleased to have them finally answered with this last of the series. Book #2, especially, left me reeling as to what was really going in in the wind walker world (sidenote--I love the uniqueness of the wind walker wor [...]

    4. Definitely worth the wait. It took a bit to pick the story up (I wish I had had time to re-read the first two books) but I was soon enraptured with the story. It wraps up many of the plot lines nicely and even though this is supposedly the last book in the series, there is room for more within the world Robison has created. I love that native tribes are the featured characters and that Robison pulls on legend and lore from several tribal nations.This series would make a great summer read for tee [...]

    5. Katie really knows how to write. From the first time I read book one in this series I have enjoyed this story. This book completes the series which I am kind of sad about. I really like Kit and Rye. There is more swearing in this book then the other two and it is definitely war. The only thing I think this book is missing is an epilogue but I wouldn't say what I would of wanted to read in it. You will probably guess after reading it. I did receive a free copy in exchange for my review. I am exci [...]

    6. YES!!!!! Firestorm is such a wonderful and satisfying end to the Windstorm Series. It’s the best book yet. Both Kit and Robison have come a long way since Downburst, and this final book takes an already excellent series to a whole new level. The book takes on a more mature outlook as it delves into what defines family, war, loyalty, life, sacrifice, and love. It gets beyond the common YA literature clichés and takes things to a deeper, truer level. It’s not often that I finish a book and im [...]

    7. This last installment of the Windstorm Trilogy did not disappoint. The author gave the reader excitement, intrigue, anguish and just enough romance. Katie writes visually. I could feel and visualize what her character Kit was experiencing. This tribe of people are described with so much detail it's hard to believe they do not live among us. Always sad when a trilogy comes to an end. I highly recommend the series.I received a free copy of Firestorm in exchange for an honest review.

    8. I couldn't put the book down and finished reading it in a day. Katie is an excellent writer and tells a truly unique story. I loved the characters and felt that she stayed true to each of them throughout the trilogy. I would definitely recommend this book to a friend. I received a free copy of Firestorm for an honest review.

    9. A powerful ending to an exceptional trilogy. This action-packed finale is the perfect ending to the epic story with all kinds of twists and turns along the way. Very satisfying. Very moving. Very well-written. I can't wait to see what Robison comes up with next.

    10. A satisfying end to a great trilogy. I read ebooks more slowly, so it took me longer than normal to finish, but I enjoyed the story. The only thing I wanted (and I've wanted it since the first book) is a pronunciation guide, haha! I made educated guesses, but I always prefer to know how it should sound. All in all, a great read. I can't wait to see what else this author comes up with.

    11. I have been so excited to read this book and like all good series I hate that it's over. I enjoyed all of the plot twists but would have liked some of the big moments with the villains to be a little longerbut I feel that way about a lot of books. I loved seeing all the beautiful New Zealand landscapes in my mind which was only possible because of the great descriptions in the book.Excited to see what Katie will write next!

    12. A very quick read and the final installment of The Windstorm Series. Fast paced to the point that it felt choppy. It did not have the finesse of the first two books. I still *ahem* stayed up all night reading it. I have more specific positive and negative reviews that I am looking forward to discussing with friends who have also read this series.

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