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P.C. and Kristin Cast, the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of the House of Night phenomenon, return to the scene with The Dysasters—the first action-packed novel in a new paranormal fantasy series.
Adoptive daughter of a gifted scientist, Foster Stewart doesn’t live a “normal” life, (not that she’d want to). But controlling cloud formations and seeing airwaves aren’t things most eighteen year olds can do.
Small town star quarterback and quintessential dreamy boy next door, Tate “Nighthawk” Taylor has never thought much about his extra abilities. Sure, his night vision comes in handy during games, but who wouldn’t want that extra edge?
From the moment Foster and Tate collide, their worlds spiral and a deadly tornado forces them to work together, fully awakening their not-so-natural ability - the power to control air.
As they each deal with the tragic loss of loved ones, they’re caught by another devastating blow – they are the first in a group of teens genetically manipulated before birth to bond with the elements, and worse… they’re being hunted.
Now, Foster and Tate must fight to control their abilities as they learn of their past, how they came to be, who’s following them, and what tomorrow will bring… more DYSASTERS?
For the last year, Foster, 18, and her adoptive mother, Cora, have been on the run. Foster believes that they are hunting down the people whom they believe killed fertility expert Dr. Rick Stewart, Cora's husband and Foster's adoptive father. But when Cora brings Foster to Homer, Mo., to meet with high school football star Tate Taylor, Foster realizes that something else is going on. A tornado hits, and after Foster and Tate manage to send it in a different direction, they discover that they have the ability to manipulate the air. The teens travel to a remote island in search of answers, but they're pursued by others who have element-manipulating powers and want them to help carry out a nefarious plan. The mother-and-daughter authors (the House of Night series) have successfully created a fast-paced series opener, but the inclusion of black-and-white comic book style graphics does little to further thin characterizations. Ages 14 up.)