!!> BOOKS ✻ Wind Warrior (World Aflame, #1) ✴ Author Jon Messenger – Soaringeaglecasino.us

Wind Warrior (World Aflame, #1) THE EARTH GIVES WAY TO THE SEA,THE SEA BOWS BEFORE THE WIND,THE WIND FEEDS THE FLAME,THE FLAME BURNS THE WORLD OF MAN DOWN TO THE EARTHThe Sleepy Town Of White Halls Harbors A Dangerous Secret On A Picturesque Street, Two Houses Down From A Lovely Little Park, In A Quaint Little Home With A Wraparound Porch, Lives A Family That Seems Rather Normal Sure, Their Twenty Year Old Son, Xander, Still Lives At Home, But He S Going To College And Dating The Leader Of The Schools Top Sorority It S All Very Normal However, When A Man Is Miraculously Saved From Being Hit By A Bus, Xander S Life Turns In To The Living Embodiment Of The Tornadoes He Can Suddenly Create With A Flick Of His Wrist Whether He Wants This Gift Or Not, Xander Must Learn To Use His New Super Power Quickly If He Wants To Survive For His Kind Is A Dying Race, And When This Sleepy Town Has A Sudden Influx Of New, Blonde, Fire Wielders, No One Is Safe, Especially Xander It Doesn T Help That One Of These Blondes Happens To Be The Most Beautiful Girl He Has Ever Seen Xander Can T Deny The Instant Connection He Feels To Her So, When She Tries To Kill Him, It Certainly Makes Things Complicated

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    Jon Messenger re invents elemental power in modern day America to bring us Wind Warrior, the story of young man Xander Sirocco and his discovery that he is descended from the Wind Caste, a tribe of elemental warriors on the verge of extinction In this relatively short novel Messenger delivers the first great struggle of Xander s journey with plenty of drama, action and heartache going on.I usually prefer good villains to heroes in my adventure books and this one is no exception I m already a big fan of the complex issues surrounding Lord Balour and General Abraxas was vividly described, dangerous and harmful for the earth If you like the superheroes and sidekicks, however, you ll find protagonists Xander and Sammy are suitably likeable with relatable issues for young people trying to find their place in the world The cast of other Wind Warriors that Xander mee...


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    To start off my review of this novel, why don t we do a quick run down of its history, shall we Starting off as a much shorter novella, Wind Warrior was submitted into the Clean Teen Publishing anthology Wonderstruck Shortly after, Jon Messenger decided to take the novella and lengthen it into a full blown novel Which, in my personal opinion was a splendid idea The story begins with twenty year old Xander Sirocco, a college student who still lives at home with his parents and grandfather He s plagued with normalcy and a lack of ambition, until one day he inadvertently saves a man from being hit by an oncoming bus Soon after he discovers he can manipulate the wind around him shape it, shoot it, collect it, and direct it His powers are great, but having them comes at a cost He s the last of his kind He s a Wind Warrior, a race of people who can control wind but are slowly dying out as part of a grand scheme constructed by Mother Earth herself With the fall of the Wind Caste, comes the rise of the Fire Caste The Fire Warriors want their place at top of the world, and with Xander now in the way of their plans things get complicated.Along comes a new girl, Sammy She s a Fire Warrior, but the two of them have an instant connection that transcends the supernatural Their rapport only complicates things further, as now they are forced against one another as thei...


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    Wind Warrior by Jon Messenger broke through top 100 in on three categories Download Wind Warrior in the next 24 hours and be a part of something huge Help get Wind Warrior to the TOP TEN in all if This is the amazing start of a new adult series of elemental users Find out what happens wh...


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    Damn Messenger What a read. Ok when I got an inbox off Courtney asking if I wanted a copy of this book she just didn t just ask she basically demanded I read it, she raved this book and and built it up so much the word no never came to mind I was in a rut as far as reading and no matter how good a book was that feeling you get, the excitement and adrenaline of reading a new book, a book you know is going to be good was lacking Like I said I was in a rut, no book was cutting it for me and as my list of books from various sources built up I couldn t bring myself to write their reviews because to put it simply I didn t want to I had no motivation and although I could distinguish a good book from a bad book my enthusiasm lacked and I wouldn t do any book justice through writing reviews that had no emotion or enthusiasm behind them Now enough of my waffling Jon, Jon, Jon, where have you been hiding I could have done with World Aflame 2, 3 and 4 right now That s right, with every page I turned I felt my curiosity and my excitement return I had a smile on my face the whole way through as I sat up and really took notice and care in every word that made up Wind Warrior When I saw that cover slowly I felt like my old geeky self I felt my fingers twitch to begin this amazing story and my eyes never left my iPad from that moment on Courtney you saved me And what a catch you caught here huh Messenger this book was not fab it was amazing...


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    This book was very different then what I have come to expect when reading one of Messengers novels I knew this book would lack the violence of his other works as it is a NA story So to be honest while I was sure he could pull it off I was blown away by how well he truly writes in this genre.I am going to start my review off by saying I totally loved Sean, I realize he s a supporting character in this book, but he might possibly be my favorite of the crew of characters One of the most important things in my opinion in a book is the ability to connect to the characters whether you feel some sort of kinship, you fall in love with their journey and how they were written or to equally hate them yeah I know it sounds weird, but I felt something for each character in this book Messenger has a way of writing characters with depth that feel like living people you get to know I felt invested in Xander and Sammy both My curiosity is probably going to drive me crazy as I wait for the next book in what I believe will be a trilogy I know a lot of people who read this book will most likely dislike Jessica, but I feel and hope there is a story line for her in each book, hopefully one where she will grow into someone a little less shallow And Sean well I just hope we see a lot of him.The take on elemental magic was very unique and honestly I can t think of a single thing I ve read or seen that reminds me of the world Messeng...


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    Full review can be found at My Thoughts Wind Warrior was a book I picked up on a whim It was suggested to me by a fellow blogger and, being on an elemental kick, I decided to take the bait I picked up my copy free from BN and was elated to discover that our author, Jon Messenger, is a male Seriously this excites me than it should I love reading, but since starting this blog I have not had the opportunity to review the work of a male author that I enjoyed I ve only done one other one and I d rather not rant about how bad it was again Anyway After reading Messenger s bio I was excited to see what he would bring to the table This was a whole new adventure for me and also a new adventure into the world of Clean Teen Publishing who I am still slightly confused about An adventure that, in the end, proved worthwhile.Let me start out with the my negative thoughts first Primarily, I had no idea where to place this novel Is it YA Is it NA Well That s a great question It s cast features main characters who claim to be 20 years of age and in college So NA In my thoughts No.Xander is a 20 year old man who lives with his parents while going to the local college He is nearing completion and has no idea what he wants to do with his life Common 20 year old problem, right I can definitely relate I am 22 and just graduated and am in the same boat Welcome to the party Xander Well, unfortunately that s where Xander s comparison to any other 20 year old end Xander does not hav...


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    3.5 starsWind Warrior is book 1 in the World Aflame series by Jon Messenger Revolving around Xander, a 20 year old student whose life is spun upside down when he discovers he is a Wind Warrior, able to control the wind and told he has to help save his race against the Fire Warriors, who are trying to speed up the process of them taking over the world from the Wind Warriors by killing the last of them The inclusion of the elements Earth, Water, Wind and Fire give Wind Warrior a new spin on a superhero paranormal type book, giving the book a fresh feel and making it different to other books in the same genre In this book we meet pretty much all of the last of the Wind Warriors, and some Fire Warriors, too I hope that throughout the series there are some characters included from the other elements to really tie all of them together The first half of the book focused slightly too much on Xander s mundane college life for my liking When he did discover his superpowers, it would have been nice to focus slightly on that, instead we jumped into a slightly unrealistic relationship with Sammy, a new girl at College who turns out to be one of Xanders biggest rivals Although both characters describe the quick pull towards each other, it seemed rather rushed, and needed to slow down a little to make it seem real Although the first part of the book...


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    My Thoughts 5 out of 5 unicorns I loved it Well I bought it, started reading it, got to chapter 8, reluctantly put it down to go to the Facebook release party that started at 7 pm Central and went until 10 pm, then I finished reading it..and it was AWESOME I m not sure what it is about stories with elementals, but they draw me in I think it has something to do with my childhood because I used to stand outside near Chicago and pretend I could make the wind gust.sigh sadly though no wind super powers for me Sorry easily sidetracked The story was wonderful written and sucked you straight into the fabulous world Jon created I loved both Xander and Sammy equally and have secret hopes that in the future they will team up and kick the bad guys butts.sorry another tangent The story has elementals, college, drama, battles, family secrets, heroism and so much Do you like X ...


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    Wind Warrior starts when college student Xander discovers very mysterious powers which he didn t know he possesses He must learn how to use them in order to save himself from other supernatural powers that he didn t know existed I really loved this book from the start, Xander is such a likable character, and the we know about his powers and other supernatural beings the hooked I was I don t think I ve read the story that uses four elements in that way so it definitely was a big plus The story is also full of action and the fighting scenes are very well written, I could picture everything in my head I want Sean to appear in the next installments, I liked him from the beginning Captain America t shirt...


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    This is one of my favorite books that are in a male s perspective I usually have a hard time connecting with the main character if they are a male because, well, I m not one but I really could not help but like Xander Something else I really loved in this book was the relationship between Xander and his grandfather At first I saw him as this cranky old man that walked with a cane, like the old man in the movie UP I could not help myself But, he s like a mix of him and Clint Eastwood in Million Dollar Baby I know, my brain is weird Everyone should have a grandfather like that There is also some very amazing supporting characters in this story Sammy, Jessica, and Sean Sean is by far one of my favorite supporting characters in a book His scenes in the story made me laugh out loud especially one involving a fire extinguisher if you ve read the book, I know you will understand this He is the typical college boy that has great ideas but forgets to think things through to the end He s also the big tail puller, you know the type the one who picks on the girl he likes to try to hide his attraction to her That brings us to Jessica, the girl you love to hate but cannot help but root for her I really hope there is of her in the series because I can see quite a bit of character growth to the point that she ...

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