4 March 2019


by P.C. Cast & Kristin Cast

What they say: 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. Star quarterback and all around dreamy boy next door he never thought about his "extra" abilities. What quarterback wouldn't want night vision? That's not weird, right? It's cool! 

But on 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.

I received a copy in exchange for an honest review!

What I say: The Dysasters is a mix up of several things. I had the Captain Planet theme tune in my head for most of it.

Teens with extra abilities = drama, action and special friendships! I'd quite like my own I am Number Four, X-Men and Captain Planet style power, but these abilities do seem to bring a whole heap of problems!

Foster is an interesting character. She's troubled and kinda difficult but as I got into the story I could understand why.

Tate is oh so cute, but mainly he's really flipping patient! I'm not sure I would have been able to be anywhere near that patient with Foster but he seems to possess an inner strength.

I enjoyed the action and found myself drawn into their world. I did find myself getting frustrated with Foster along the way and I really feel for Tate. Oh the drama!

4 Stars in my Sky!


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