Monday, May 11, 2015

Eye of the Storm, by Kate Messner

The book  Eye of the Storm, by Kate Messner, is set in  futuristic America where a deadly tornado-like storms ravage the country, and no one is safe. Only one community, Placid Meadows, is miraculously free of tornadoes. Jaden Meggs was selected to “Eye on Tomorrow,” a summer camp for gifted teenagers in Placid Meadows, run by her father’s company, StormSafe. 

There, she met Risha and Alex, two others who were interested in the storm situation. Together, they researched destroying tornadoes while they discovered Jaden’s father’s dark secrets. Although his company was supposed to destroy storms, he was actually making them stronger at the same time as deflecting them away from Placid Meadows. Together, they attempted to stop Storm
Safe when it spawned the most powerful storm in history. 

 I enjoyed this book because it was an easy to read, science fiction novel. I enjoy reading many fiction novels. I am an advanced reader, so this book took no more than a day or so for me to read. However, for those not interested in reading, it should not take more than a few days to read. The author wrote the story as if you were actually in the shoes of the narrator. It was a quick, easy read, and it is a good book for those who are mildly interested in science fiction. It is a book for people who aren't avid readers. It was a bit too easy for me, but others might find it perfect.

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