The Dysasters The Dysasters #1 eBook ☆ The Dysasters


  • Hardcover
  • 320 pages
  • The Dysasters The Dysasters #1
  • P.C. Cast
  • English
  • 07 November 2016
  • 9781250141040

10 thoughts on “The Dysasters The Dysasters #1

  1. says:

    I started reading The Dysasters on 2242019 and finished it on 392019 This book is an interesting read I like the power of the elements Tate’s grandpa is the coolest ever I also like Mark because he cares for others Charlotte and Bastian’s views are my favorite reads because they seem easy going and realistic They have difficult relationships with their family members that could be easily relatable to many readers The graphics within the story are unexpected but very much welcomed because it helps readers to imagine the story better The main character Foster is as bitchy as stated in the story and I don’t really care for attitudes but it’s well played on her partThis book is told in the third person point of view following Foster 18 as she and her adoptive mother Cora gets ready to go to a high school football game to meet Tate Taylor The second point of view is Tate Taylor star football player at Homer High A strong tornado came suddenly and wiped most of the town and its people The third view is Mark who has the power to control the element water like rain is working with Matthew who controls wind and Luke who controls fire to search for Foster and Tate to bring them back to Dr Rick Stewart The fourth view is Eve who can control earth like earthuakes Eve along with Mark Matthew and Luke and eight others were genetically created by Dr Stewart The fifth view is Charlotte a girl who was born Charles and loves the sea The sixth view is Bastian who left fine food and money to be free near the sea The seventh view is G Pa Tate’s awesome grandpa From the sudden storm Foster loses her adoptive mom Cora and Tate loses both of his parents; however they discovered something about themselves that shocked them enough to go on the runThe Dysasters is very well written and a uniue read It’s a bit overwhelming to follow so many point of views but I like to feel personal with the characters knowing what they are thinking The story flows well and I enjoy both good sides and bad sides’ views I like following their strategic planning as well as their challenges I like the mad scientist esue and especially IVF related because nowadays many babies are born through IVF The story ends with me wanting to read This is my first read from the authors and it sure won’t be my last I highly recommend everyone to read this bookPro fast paced page turner drawings music powers of elements friendship family some romance diversityCon noneI rate it 5 starsDisclaimer Many thanks to Wednesday Books for inviting me to host a blog tour I appreciate the opportunity to read and review Please be assured that my opinions are honestxoxo Jasmine at wwwhowusefulitiswordpresscom for details


  2. says:

    Okay so this book is literal trash Like you take a break from reading and start thinking it couldn’t possibly be as bad as you’re imagining and then it is It really is And it is the single most DRAMATIC book I have ever read I’m talking 20 pages in and there are multiple tornadoes and half the town is dead dramatic So Much Drama #Drahhhhmahh The problem is I actually wanted to know what was going to happen and so I kept reading It wasn’t uite bad enough for me to stop And when I finished reading it I closed it put it down and pushed it with one finger as far from me as I could before telling myself I wanted it out of my house But also that burning it was probably a bit extreme And that all the drama had infected me and I needed to chill Look the concept is actually pretty cool it was just really poorly written and the characters were all terrible Foster is a straight up bitch for like three uarters of the book and Tate really doesn’t get a whole lot of personality to be honest Why they fall for each other is beyond me Because they’re both attractive and happen to be stuck together in the same place? Because that’s pretty much all we’re given It actually makes me never want to reread the House of Night series because I loved those books when I was a teenager and I don’t want to think about how they are now Also the illustrationscomics in this were not good I understand it’s a superhero book and it’s mean to be a homage type situation to comic books but I just did not enjoy them They somehow managed to make very attractive characters uhhhnot attractive Also do Americans really call their granddads G Pa? Like is that a thing? Also there was SO MUCH swearing And that usually wouldn’t bother me except this is meant to be a YA book so it seemed a little overdone I think the point I was like yep that’s a bit much was when they started calling the four people chasing them the “Fucktastic Four” and then proceeded to keep calling them that throughout the rest of the book Just awful Alrighty that’s me done I am done thinking about this book and am going to do my best to sear it from the memory I will not be continuing with this series and about halfway through this rant I also decided I was going to downgrade this to a one star so there you go


  3. says:

    3 stars Well I am caught between a rock and a hard place here   I love PC Cast’s books I have read her House of Night series her Moon Chosen as well as her Goddess Summoning series and really loved themWhen I learned that she was writing a new series with her daughter I reuested the first book as fast as I could open my browser and click “reuest”  Yet now that I have read I must sadly admit that this may be the one book that was not for me  Let me explain my reasoning The concept of the story is really promising as you have a scientist playing god and messing with the AND of embryos As result you get kids able to manipulated elements like air water fire earthOf course the first experiments are not flawless and you have kids who are adults now suffering from side effects of their powers Said side effects could make them go madThe scientist changed his experiments and created others but I won’t give details as I don’t want to spoil anything  This idea is very interesting and leads to many action scenes another asset of the book as you have the first kids trying to get ahold of the younger kids The very opening of the book was puzzling as you jump into a very intense scene with a tornado wreaking havoc on a stadium and a whole town People flee others die It was action packed but also deeply puzzling because you feel that Foster and maybe Tate have something to do with the disaster but not knowing what exactly Snippets of information are thrown here and there but you have to wait to entangled the facts and get a coherent picture of what is happening  When things went wrong for me was with the main characters Foster and Tate I know they both are very young adults as they barely turned eighteen and that they met in dramatic circumstances BUT I did not like the way they interacted at all Foster looked down on Tate considering he was a D bag when honestly I could not see what he had said when they met to deserve that title Tate reacted of course and called her the “B” word Not endearing at allI get that they are big teenagers and they can have attitude because I have some at home yet it was not really pleasant to read Maybe their element was the source of the mood swings but it was hard to follow and I needed something to really grasp who they were Sadly I must say that I could not really connect with them and this put a damper on my pleasure of reading I must also mention the drawings in the book If on the one hand as an amateur of art I thought they were beautiful on the other hand as a novel reader and not a comics reader it annoyed me as it “forced” me to pictures the characters a certain way while one of the best parts of reading novels is creating the characters in your head I loved it in Moon Chosen but the drawings were mostly of plants and animals not herding me in one direction to picture the main characters Will I read the second book of this series? Probably not as it does not seem to be the books for me Will I read other books from these authors? Of course as they have proven that they are excellent writers and no one can love every books a favorite author writes Many thanks to St Martin's Press for gifting this book Let's chat Have you read other books written by these authors? Did you like them?  Thanks for reading  Sophie Find me onWordpress Beware Of The ReaderFacebook Beware Of The Reader Facebook group Beware Book Boyfriends Alert Instagram bewareofthereader Twitter BewareOffReader


  4. says:

    I received an ARC copy for review I will need some time to organize my thoughts and compose a proper review For now two words breathtakingly badEdit Alright Let me try to explain all the problems with this book as clearly as I can with as few spoilers as possible I currently have a ten page word document with every problem bullet pointed but I don't want to rant that long I think the easiest way to do that is to break it down into categoriesWritingThis book was not well written Not in the technical sense not in terms of narrative flow not in terms of continuity and not in terms of sensibility Some of the technical problems I can take with a grain of salt since this was an advanced copy but everything else is inexcusable in a near final draft Narrative flow was flawed in a few ways but the ones that stand out the most are consistency in narrative voice and consistency in mood When the narrators freuently use words like zillion and conked out it's jarring when a word like fuliginous or susurrus is thrown in This is also a problem of using a million dollar word in a five dollar situation And in terms of mood there were just so many situations were something very serious or emotional would be playing out and we'd be given an incredibly childish or asinine metaphor Grief is literally compared to dropping an ice cream cone at one point It really jars you out of the moment and distracts from the story The continuity was an absolute mess Fairly late into a book there's an event with Foster and Tate's powers that is referred to as having happened earlier that day and then as having happened days ago within the same chapter Said event actually occurred the day before The book continually forgets what the characters do or don't know and what they have or have not talked about This leads to situations like Foster and Tate celebrating the idea of being superheroes like it's a new revelation when they've already had multiple conversations about being superheroes or Foster arguing with Tate because she doesn't like a plan he's come up with when they exposited the plan to each other in depth just a few chapters previously It makes the story eual parts confusing and frustrating to follow because it seems like no one from the characters to the authors cares about what's happening And last but not least a lot of things in this story straight up don't make sense Foster accidentally uses her powers when yelling at Tate while they're pulled over on the highway It's a very very obvious display of control over wind yet not one single person pulls over or reacts or does anything in response to this A plane knowingly flies into an area with a serious hurricane warning in place A football game is not called off during a major thunderstorm A character who dies at the beginning of the book leaves detailed letters for Foster explaining most of what's going on even though some of the details included are information that this person hadn't confirmed until shortly before their death Some of it's little things that are just stupid or too convenient to be believable Others are big holes in the narrative that kind of make the story fall apartCharactersThese characters are not well written or likeable Foster and Tate are the biggest offenders given that they take up most of the narration but there's no character that I particularly like in this book Maybe Mark but his dialogue and narration often felt hollow and robotic Foster and Tate spend a lot of time arguing in the beginning which should make sense given the circumstances This is within the first five chapters so while I won't go too into detail I'm okay giving some very light spoilers A tornado touches down in the middle of a football game at which Tate is playing and Foster is watching A lot of people die including Foster and Tate's families Foster knows about the Core Four and knows that she needs to run so she forces Tate to come with her as she steals a truck and flees the state to go to a safe house Foster doesn't 100% know what's going on but she knows far than Tate And yet in the 20 some hours they spend driving to a safe house Foster doesn't explain things to him Worse she gets angry and indignant when he tries to storm off and accuses her of kidnapping him Foster is also incredibly petty From calling Tate out for using past tense when he says he thought she was pretty when they first met to casually mentioning going to yoga to judge people there Foster comes off far strongly as bratty and judgmental than she does as introverted and independent And no these aren't flaws she really learns or grows from Then there's Tate His behaviour is a little understandable given the circumstances but it's still hard to like him when he spends the first half of the book consistently calling Foster a bitch This includes a painful absence of self awareness in the narrative where he praises himself for being raised by a woke feminist mother and then in literally the next sentence refers to Foster as a bitch and a pain the ass The antagonists in the book aren't particularly good at being villains either They spend most of the book doing basically nothing their characterizations are incredibly flat and their dialogue and interactions with each other feel stiff and robotic I can at least say that their motivations do make sense and they aren't evil for the sake of evil but well for one the reason they're broken is a subject for another rant entirely and it doesn't matter how effective their motives are if they never do anything Even in the final confrontation they are the most ineffectual villains ever and basically fail to do anything with their supposedly incredible power Charlotte is an okay character I suppose though she was rapidly progressing in the direction of a one note stereotype in her few chapters Bastien on the other hand is insufferable His narration about his home life makes no sense what the hell does the slick and the silence even mean? and immediately upon seeing Charlotte he decides she is an angel who must save his brokenness Because it is romantic and feminist to say that a pretty woman's job is to fix a dark and broken man right? Then there's Tate's granddad who is insufferably and incessantly referred to as g pa Is that a regional thing? Because I have never in my life used a term like that unironically In any case he's constantly bragging about how amazing and clever he is and despite having a long conversation with Tate about respecting women and women being superior to men he goes on at length about modern football players all being pussies Also he's an example of elderly characters being written in an incredibly unrealistic fashion referring to the internet as the internetathon and airplanes as flying machines WorldbuildingThe most important element of the worldbuilding in this book is the science Too bad the science makes absolutely no senseInserting organic matter into an embryo and irradiating it is not going to create night vision mind control and the ability to control matter Especially not when the matter you're inserting into the cells is O2 which already exists inside cells Also it's not organic organic matter is carbon based The same holds true for inserting H2O into cells to create water powers The different ways the powers work doesn't make sense either They don't fully manifest until eighteen Why? Hoes does that work? What happens at the age of eighteen that triggers that onset and how can you be sure it will happen precisely on the patient's eighteenth birthday? And how does power of air result in mind control or night vision and why did Foster and Tate have these abilities well before they turned eighteen? How would the member of the Core Four who controls air be at risk of disappearing into his computer because of his powers?Weather is a super important part of the story too especially as it relates to the characters' powers and it's completely botched Tornadoes are pretty clearly identified as the storm connected with air but hurricanes are connected to water Tornadoes and hurricanes are both cyclones meaning they're both windstorms A rainstorm ice storm or snow storm would make far sense as the type of weather most strongly connected to water The addiction in the story also makes no sense since it essentially amounts to an addiction to healing crystals Moreover discussion of a possible overdose doesn't seem feasible The ismsAs far as I can confirm there are five black characters in the book They can be summarized as follows the big mama the washed up addict the living drug the help and the sassy best friend All of them are also described in increasingly ridiculous ways They are never just black or brown or dark skinned nor do they ever just have brown eyes or dark eyes Instead they're coloured with umber and deep henna and leaf brown and Tiger Moth brown and fertile earth brown The term Nubian princess is even used multiple times Cora presents a particularly egregious example through this description of her voice the spicy calmness returning to her voice creamy and rich with a little kick like Mexican hot chocolate pg4The way this book presents gas station or rest stop clerks is interesting It only happens twice but each time the message is the same and is very clear They're fat stupid sexist and gross This is very much presented as a package deal And then there's the way the book handles mental illness The Core Four are presented as basically being crazy because their powers are unbalanced It doesn't seem like any conventionalexisting treatments have been attempted They're crazy and the only way to fix it is to get the other elemental experiments for Doctor Rick so he can do Sciencetm There are also little moments leaning into this same idea When Foster says something that Tate can't make sense of he offhandedly comments in the narration that maybe she needs meds and counseling This is clearly intended as an insult Later when Foster is clearly struggling with dark thoughts after seeing another tornado possibly an indicator of PTSD or a similar trauma response she instantly has her beauty drain from her Because mental illness is always outwardly and immediately uglyThe way addiction is handled and understood is similarly terrible A conversation on this subject can basically be summed up as suggesting that if the addict won't uit the only solution is to kill them so you can be free of them YeahArtI'm not opposed to including art in a book I think it can add an interesting dimension and could be fun to play and experiment with This book however does not do this well in any regard First of all the art is for the upcoming graphic novel adaptation That means the art is specific to that graphic novel not this book so it has it's own continuity This leads to things like the in text description indicating that Foster is wearing a sweater with the name of a high school printed across it and her hair tied back in a high top ponytail but the art shows her in a plain zip up sweater with a hat on The art is also inserted into the book terribly At least half of the images spoil events on the next page And the formatting problems don't stop there Handwritten pages are included at one point and they're all split up so it's one page of text one picture of text one page of text one picture etc even though the three pictures represent a set of pages that are supposed to be read together Moreover the text on these images doesn't even match the lines drawn on the page The pages are also smudged by rain but it's done in such a way as to be laughably unrealistic so that whole lines are blotted out in the middle of the page while surrounding areas are completely unaffected RomanceTate likes Foster because she's pretty Foster likes Tate because he's hot They have no chemistry That's the romance It appears that the same thing is going to happen between Charlotte and Bastien PlotIt started off with a bang and then once they reached the safe house ground to a halt Foster and Tate aren't really doing anything The villains aren't really doing anything Everyone sits around and talks for like a hundred pages Half of that is spent on the forced romance between Foster and Tate Anything that might have resembled a compelling plot is ruined by poorly written characters terrible pacing and nonsensical worldbuilding I know this doesn't seem like the brief version of my review but trust me It is I could rant for days about everything wrong in this book I've only just skimmed the surface Suffice to say I do not recommend this book to anyone


  5. says:

    I really loved that book I was already hooked with the synopsis Kids that bonded with the elements? I thought of Storm in the X Men movies and of superheroes and was super excited Well the book delivered It’s action pacted and all the characters are essential to the story I was so sad when the book ended I wanted it to continueThere are also beautiful sketches throughout the story and a letter from Cora I loved that it’s so different I hope they will continue this in the next booksI gave 45 stars to the book even if I really loved it because certains things were hard to believe like that Tate could float 5ft in the air and didn’t notice it or that the last page of Cora’s letter was supposely wetter and difficult to read than the first ones but HOW CAN WATER DAMAGE ERASE LINES OF TEXT AND NOT PORTIONS OF A PAGEMany thanks to St Martin’s Press for my copy of the book Can’t wait to read the next book of the series


  6. says:

    This review was originally posted on Happy Indulgence Books Check it out for reviewsI’m always a sucker for stories about people with special abilities especially when it comes to elemental powers Because who doesn’t love a good dose of Xmen?The Dysasters follows a group of teenagers who find out they have elemental powers and learn how they can control them We follow two characters Tate and Foster in their search for other teenagers like themselves As the book begins we find out about both of their abilities – Tate has night vision and can control hurricanes while Foster has an influencing ability that she calls her “jedi mind trick” and she can see airwavesFoster soon loses her adoptive mother Cora to a massive hurricane and Cora tells her about a uartet who are after her and Tate She tells her to escape to safety and that her real Father is behind all of this So the two need to navigate their way through the American countryside as they get to know one another and navigate their strange powers These two aren’t too happy to have ended up with one another and there’s a lot of annoying bickering that will happen in their journeyWhen we first meet Tate he comes across as your typical high school jock and Foster definitely wasn’t impressed There’s a certain amount of cheese to his character and attempts are gradually made to add depth to his character later on such as his connection with his grandpa who he calls G pa The reader is also subjected to a long drawn out scene where he regurgitates his favourite YA and classical novels to appeal to the reader but I just found it to be forcedFoster herself had a little bit depth to her as she dealt with her loss of Cora and recalled a lot of moments with her mother during the journey But as Foster and Tate’s bickering gave way to romance it just becomes a cheesy kissing fest that I wasn’t here forWe do get alternating perspectives between the villains in the book Eve and her group of genetically engineered brothers who also have elemental powers They felt rather one dimensional and I did not appreciate the dog burning scene towards the end of the book even though the dog apparently wasn’t hurtThe plot of the book does end up to be uite predictable as well – I feel like this is a book that I’ve read before in many different iterations The ending of the book felt super cheesy and there was some tired slang that was used Also the inclusion of old timey music just dated the book even even though Foster says it’s the music her mother listens toThere is the inclusion of a transgender character who is one of the teenagers with special abilities in the book I liked Charlotte’s confidence and southern attitude but sadly I found that the treatment of her character to be problematic and harmfulThe few scenes that she is in she is subjected to nasty comments and attitudes from others because of her identity One scene will have her dealing with a cruel petrol station attendant who treats her badly upon viewing her name from birth He makes some nasty sexual comments about her which could be triggering to some Another scene will have Charlotte dealing with her southern mother who does not acknowledge her transition While Charlotte obviously “sticks it” to her mother I just found the manner in which these scenes were handled to be kind of harmfulHaving a transgender character that is repeatedly subjected to verbal abuse from others simply for their identity can be harmful as it just further illustrates the hurt and disrespect that transgendered people receive in real life Seeing it reduced to a harmful stereotype without reflecting the nuances and sensitivities that affect them was kind of problematic These stories can better be told by #ownvoices authors who can successfully navigate the sensitivities in respectful mannerWAS THERE ANYTHING I ENJOYED?The Dysasters was easy to read and get into and I liked the illustrations added in the book I did enjoy the perspective of Eve and her brothers and how there was some uestions of morality by one of her brothers Although there were uite a lot of character point of views I was never confused with themOverall the writing characters and the plot of The Dysasters feels incredibly predictable and cheesy Although there were some fun scenes such as when Foster plays air music I just didn’t find that it added much to the genre at all and it regurgitates uite a lot of tropes that have been done before Sadly I found it to be dated and the treatment towards the transgender character to be problematicTrigger warnings transphobia animal cruelty death of a relative I received a review copy of this book in exchange for an honest review


  7. says:

    25 starsThis book started out with a BANG For me it didn't really feel like there was much of an introduction before the story was off and running This could be a good or bad thing depending on your reading preference Personally I could have done with a little background or eased into the story with a little bit of an introduction One thing that truly made the story uniue and something that I really enjoyed was the illustrations mixed into the story The novel was written in a typical format but every once and a while there would be illustrations similar to a graphic novel integrated into the story It made this novel uniue and also had me excited imagining which pictures were to come Overall this story kind of reminded me of a Young Adult X Men inspired by the elements I liked the story but felt that it was rushed from the beginning and that feeling continued throughout the rest of the novel Again this could be because the story started off so uickly instead of 'warming up' first I'm unsure whether to continue on in this series I liked the supernatural feel of this story and the characters and I also want to know what's to come in the next book I may pick up the second book in this series and give it another chance Thank you to Raincoast Books for sending me an ARC of this novel in exchange for an honest review


  8. says:

    I really wanted to like this book I love superheroes action stories good vs evilI had high expectations for this story about teens with the ability to manipulate the elements But I'm going to be honest I didn't like this book I DNF'd this story about halfway through For me the book seemed like a failed attempt by adults to write a book for teenagers It tries too hard and comes off as contrivedTeenagers can be angsty whiny and disrespectful So this story overuses those traits making the main characters almost completely unlikable Teenagers curse So this book overuses curse words sprinkling them in at the wrong time and not using them at the right time For example the main characters call each other names or tell each other to shut the F up constantly but when Foster accidentally calls up a tornado and realizes she can manipulate weather she saysthank you?? If I accidentally called up a tornado you can bet your sweet bippy I would be saying WTF and most likely several other choice curse words out of complete shock and surprise Other terms like Fucktastic Four douchehawk nightdouche etc can be a great jokeonce Maybe even twice But after multiple uses it just gets old Just too muchbleck I asked my 14 year old to read a couple chapters of this book to see what he thought He said the same thingadults trying too hard to write teenage characters and failing I struggled through half of this story and stopped This book is not for me I voluntarily read an advanced readers copy of this book from St Martins Press via NetGalley All opinions expressed are entirely my own


  9. says:

    3 Stars 🌟🌟🌟This was a uick fun read We follow Foster Stewart who knows she's different Her life has never been normal Controlling clouds is not what normal 17 year olds do Then there is Tate Nighthawk Taylor the jock who everyone thinks is perfect Star uarterback who doesnt realize he has special abilities like Night VisionOne night a deadly Tornado hits at a ball game and Foster and Tate are thrown into chaos together This is the storm that will change both their lives for good They uickly find out that a crazy scientist is after them for their abilities Foster and Tate must stop Dr Stewart and his minions before he destroys their lives and the world There wasn't much world building in this one since it is sort of a modern day type setting I thought the abilities the characters had were uniue I love when weather gets used as a special control I wasn't a huge fan of Foster at first She really annoyed me but toward the half way mark she started to grow on me The poor girl was just constantly moving and super stressed out so imagine that type of character Tate was awesome and such a sweetheart The side characters brought another pov to the mix To me this was just a light read nothing big stood out The writing was good and the pace moved along well I am looking forward to the rest of the series P I think the next book is going to be even better now that the base has been set


  10. says:

    Thank you Wednesday Books for providing a review copy of this book in exchange for a honest review and inviting me to be a part of this blog tourWhen I first heard that PC Cast and Kristin Cast were co writing a brand new series for us I was over the moon In case you don't know the motherdaughter author duo wrote The House of Night series which was a wildly popular vampireparanormal series in the early 2000's when vampires were all the rage still waiting for them to make a comeback just sayin' So I was excited to dive into a new series from two authors I was familiar with and loved back in the day however I was hoping to love this a little than I didThe concept of this book was EXTREMELY intriguing to me A group of teens that were genetically modified are able to control the weather and elements it's something that is 100% up my alley And don't get me wrong I did enjoy the plot but I did have a few issues with this one First the writing seemed extremely rushed and awkward at times Majority of this book is told through dialogue or the characters talking out loud to themselves because of that I found the writing could occasionally be cringe worthy Second the characters themselves just weren't very likable until almost the very end and even now I'm still on the fence of liking them Character growth is pretty minimal in this but hopefully we'll get to know the characters in the following books Third this felt a lot juvenile than I anticipated so I definitely think it will appeal to the younger side of YA readersAs for what I did enjoy besides liking the overall concept of the book this book definitely has all the trope y superhero vibes I don't read books like this very often so it was a nice change of pace Plus this book includes illustrations so it gives it a nice graphic novel touch without being overpowering if graphic novels are not your thing It was definitely super cool to be able to see the characters brought to life in that way since the writing kind of stunted them The pacing throughout this story was also done very well There weren't really any parts of the story that dragged and once the action started it was so easy to fly through the rest of the book As for the ending I was pretty happy with it as well I think it leaves a great setup for the next book without having too much of cliffhanger I don't know how many major cliffhangers my heart can takeAll in all although I did struggle with the writing and liking the characters the concept and plot of this book was definitely enough to keep me intrigued to see where the characters will end up nextBlog | Twitter | Instagram


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The Dysasters The Dysasters #1[PDF / EPUB] The Dysasters The Dysasters #1 Foster Stewart knows she's different Her life has never been normal Talking to plants and controlling cloud formations aren't things most seventeen year olds are into Tate Nighthawk Taylor is perfect Foster Stewart knows The Dysasters PDF/EPUB è she's different Her life has never been normal Talking to plants and controlling cloud formations aren't things most seventeen year olds are into Tate Nighthawk Taylor is The Dysasters ePUB Ñ perfect Star uarterback and all around dreamy boy next door he never thought about his extra abilities What uarterback wouldn't want night vision That's not weird right It's cool But on Dysasters The Dysasters PDF ↠ the night of their first meeting a deadly tornado brings them together and awakens their true abilities the power to control the element air Unbeknown to Tate and Foster they are the first in a group of teens that were genetically manipulated before birth to bond with the elements Which truly sucks for Foster as she has to face the fact that Dr Rick Stewart her beloved scientist father betrayed her and now wants to use her and the others for his own nefarious world domination plot Foster and Tate must stop Dr Stewart and his minions before he destroys their lives and the world.


About the Author: P.C. Cast

PC was born The Dysasters PDF/EPUB è in the Midwest and grew up being shuttled back and forth between Illinois and Oklahoma which is where she fell in love with uarter Horses and mythology The Dysasters ePUB Ñ at about the same time After high school she joined the United States Air Force and began public speaking and writing After her tour in the USAF she taught high school Dysasters The Dysasters PDF ↠ for years before retiring to write full time PC is a .