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Chausiku: The Gathering Storm

Chausiku The Gathering Storm There are six secret clans across the world Africa the Sakombi clan Europe the Spencer clan Asia the Qi o clan South America the Amaru clan North America the Natosapi clan and Australia the Ga

  • Title: Chausiku: The Gathering Storm
  • Author: Pamela E. Cash
  • ISBN: 9780988616417
  • Page: 350
  • Format: Paperback
  • There are six secret clans across the world Africa the Sakombi clan , Europe the Spencer clan , Asia the Qi o clan , South America the Amaru clan , North America the Natosapi clan and Australia the Gale clan Each clan possesses unique supernatural powers On her 16th birthday Chassie Moreau discovers that she is a descendant of the Sakombi clan and she inherits thThere are six secret clans across the world Africa the Sakombi clan , Europe the Spencer clan , Asia the Qi o clan , South America the Amaru clan , North America the Natosapi clan and Australia the Gale clan Each clan possesses unique supernatural powers On her 16th birthday Chassie Moreau discovers that she is a descendant of the Sakombi clan and she inherits the most powerful abilities known to the clans She s also in extreme danger.John Spencer is ready to teach her how to fight and to control her new abilities but there isn t much time She has to deal with her harsh new reality fast if she wants to stay alive because her mother s killer is looking for her.

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    1. This was a great young adult book. Supernatural type books are my favorite to read and I enjoyed the author's inventive way of creating the characters' supernatural powers in the novel. This was a great beginning and I can't wait to read Book Two.

    2. Interesting plotline, even though the spelling and typographical errors could be distracting at times. I'm interested to see how the second book continues this story.

    3. By the dagman on :I don't love books; I love entire worlds being created! Ms Cash has managed to create an interesting world - always cool when this "world" exist along side of but just beyond the view of us normals - and fills it with interesting characters. Special powers have always been a fav concept of mine but in Chausiku, the powers take a back seat to the characters, their personalities and how they interact. Talks between characters are at times happy, sad, humorous, serious. Struck jus [...]

    4. Great book with a very nice and original plot. There are some interesting discussions going on about this book. It wasn't that long ago that I was a teenager so the way that the author flowed back and forth from a proper grammar narrative to an urban dialect when the teens were actually speaking felt very natural to me. My friends and I still do this all of the time. The way that I talk at work is totally different than the way that I talk to my friends. I would bet that most people with cultura [...]

    5. I enjoyed the story. I'm not sure what I expected but really got into it after the first couple of chapters. The plot was different and fresh, and I enjoyed the book. It's a great book for teens and young adults, however, I wouldn't recommend it for children under 12 because Chassie does get a little dark towards the end.I really liked the characters and thought that their dialogue was exactly what I hear from teens in urban high schools. The author switched back and forth from urban dialect to [...]

    6. This was an enjoyable, easy teen read that was robust enough to hold an adult's interest. Ms Cash writes well and has laid out a framework encompassing special abilities and "clans" that makes for some great story telling. Some tension exist between being a straightforward teen adventure-paranormal yarn or a much richer and denser epic involving powerful beings, cultures, histories and motivations. Author has left herself plenty of room in future books to go down either path or to carefully stro [...]

    7. Great Young Adult science fiction book. I really liked the characters and the way that the plot developed. It was also really interesting the way that the supernatural powers were more of a supplement to the storyline about Chassie's mother and her murder. It really got good at the end of the book and Chassie showed that she could really go there when it came to confronting her mother's killer. Due to the mild violence at the end, I recommend it to 13 year olds and up.wuiereioiewu/iorijkioriueoi [...]

    8. 4.0 out of 5 stars Great young adult book January 23, 2013By Melodie SischoFormat:Kindle Edition| Verified PurchaseGreat and original plot. Sometimes a little too much attention was paid to minute details such as the 1,000+ mentions that the main character received a TSX for her birthday and was looking at it and driving it, etc. review

    9. Good bookI loved reading about this young girl and the way her life played out when she became 16 years old. A fantasy and love story combined with lots of scrapping with the bad guys mixed in. What more can you ask for? I loved it.

    10. Love this bookI have this book 5 stars because it is so good that anyone over the age of 14 should read it. However, there was a few mistakes within the book. Nevertheless, I would recommend this book to everyone I thought would enjoy this book. Now, I wish the next book was out so I know what happens next. Some questions that come to mind are, Will she and her relationship with John? Will she meet the rest of her family? And last but not least, Will she know the true nature of Eito and destroy [...]

    11. Original review:Just no. I'm honestly shocked at the positive reviews I'm seeing. This book needs some SERIOUS work. The writing is kind of awful. NOBODY in high school talks like that. The characters are no good either. Chassie and her friend John are described as jaw-droppingly gorgeous and completely unconcerned with the effect they have on people. Add a point to the unrealistic and cliche category for that one. Then we have the little tidbit about her gaining her powers on her 16th birthday. [...]

    12. It is advertised as a Children's book, so maybe I shouldn't have read it, but so is "The Incredibles" movie, but I still enjoyed how they got in predicaments and had to use their ingenuity to get out of them. I was intrigued by the description of it on , and it was free, so I read it. There is no problem that can't be solved, the author just created a new super power to fix it! Also half of the book was spent on all the minute details of each scene, so the only story being told consisted of exhi [...]

    13. The story was written well enough to keep my attention. If it were not for the language I would recommend it for teens who are fans of Rick Riordan or the Hunger Games. The course language seemed like it was inserted awkwardly (perhaps it was intentional due to the age of the character using it). I will be looking forward to the second book in the series as a quick summer read.

    14. I won this book from first reads and I have to say that this is a good book, first when I entered the giveaway I thought that this book was a graphic novel but it's not, I like how was written and the way the writer tells the story she was strait to the point, definitely a page turner I couldn't put it down.This book is awesome I loved how they print it too it easy to read.

    15. I received this book free through a Giveaway. For a teen novel this would interest more of the younger teen age group. An interesting premise for a story. I was really surprised at how dark the story became but i can say i liked the style of writing towards the end of the book versus the rest. Overall not a bad read.

    16. I give it 3.5 stars. A good story, though it id not arrest my interest so much. I ended up skimming though it, though I suspect that there is a fair number of people that would enjoy the story.

    17. I enjoyed reading this book but Chassie was just so powerful that I never felt that she was in any real danger.

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