Riders On the Storm

Riders On the Storm NO SAFE HAVEN He deftly swoops in on his glider like a whisper on the wind Next thing she knows Sage Pasco is irrevocably bound to this stranger with deep cobalt eyes He says he needs her help It s a

  • Title: Riders On the Storm
  • Author: Gayle Ann Williams
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 499
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • NO SAFE HAVEN He deftly swoops in on his glider like a whisper on the wind Next thing she knows, Sage Pasco is irrevocably bound to this stranger with deep cobalt eyes He says he needs her help It s a common plea for Sage, gifted with an uncanny ability to track and find people a skill highly coveted in a world that s been reduced to a string of islands by monster tsuNO SAFE HAVEN He deftly swoops in on his glider like a whisper on the wind Next thing she knows, Sage Pasco is irrevocably bound to this stranger with deep cobalt eyes He says he needs her help It s a common plea for Sage, gifted with an uncanny ability to track and find people a skill highly coveted in a world that s been reduced to a string of islands by monster tsunamis.Though she doesn t quite trust him, Sage needs him too The waves have calmed, but the winds are rising and no one is safe including her little sister, now a captive of vicious air pirates Sage can track the girl down, yet rescue is a whole other matter With danger at every turn, she ll have to rely on her mysterious partner to navigate these decidedly unfriendly skies Because if they don t work together, they ll both crash and burn.

    One thought on “Riders On the Storm”

    1. “Riders on the Storm” was virtually a carbon copy of its predecessor, “Tsunami Blue.” While “Tsunami Blue” introduced an interesting dystopian world and two likeable and entertaining characters, “Riders on the Storm” failed to advance the mechanics of the world (now being threatened by winds instead of waves) and did not have lead characters that I cared for.I didn’t like Sage. She came across as a lesser version of Blue. She was so immature despite growing up in a world that s [...]

    2. Riders on The Storm is the second book in the post-apocalyptic Tsunami Blue series and is just as amazing! I love that the characters speak to the wind and waves and it's not always a nice conversation.I'm thankful Gayle Ann Williams chooses to share her story-telling abilities with us. She can world-build with the best of them. I can't wait for book three!

    3. My hopes were too high for this book, maybe because I had to wait for 2 years for it to be published. For the life of me, I just could not make myself care for Sage's character, or Finn's for that matter.

    4. I didn't like this book quite as well as the first in the series (Tsunami Blue), but it was still a really good read and very enjoyable.

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