Heat Stroke

Heat Stroke Joanne Baldwin s human life is over but she has been reborn into Djinnhood Until she masters her enhanced powers she must avoid being claimed by a human When a hazard only a Djinn could sense infilt

  • Title: Heat Stroke
  • Author: Rachel Caine
  • ISBN: 9780749079215
  • Page: 122
  • Format: Paperback
  • Joanne Baldwin s human life is over, but she has been reborn into Djinnhood Until she masters her enhanced powers, she must avoid being claimed by a human When a hazard only a Djinn could sense infiltrates Earth s atmosphere, Joanne must convince someone to do something about it or the forecast will be deadly.

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      Rachel Caine is a pen name of Roxanne Longstreet Conrad.She has also published as Roxanne LongstreetRoxanne ConradJulie FortuneIan HammellHer Facebook page facebook rachelcainef

    935 thoughts on “Heat Stroke”

    1. Heat Stroke begins chronologically almost immediately after Ill Wind. It starts out rather like a paranormal romance. A lot of time is devoted to Joanne's relationship with David, who has made her into a djinn, since she died horribly in the last book. Although they don't come out and say it, there's definitely a strong emotional tie between them that I'd call love. David seems a little more committed than Joanne, and I'm not sure how I felt about that (Joanne is still sorting out her feelings). [...]

    2. [2.5 Stars] This one was pretty meh. I wanted more weather wardens, less djinn, more character development, and a plot that connected things together better. This really didn't give me any of the above. Some scenes I loved, but I missed a lot of the things I loved about the first book. Like the way we got to know the characters and the way the little plot points came together. This just didn't seem as well thought out, and I don't unfortunately think I'm going to continue with the series.

    3. I need the next book! The Weather Warden series by Rachel Caine is not like any other urban fantasy series. There are no werewolves. No vampires. This series focuses on a talented group of people known as the Weather Wardens. Their mission: to control the weather and ensure the least amount of damage to people and property. The Weather Wardens are assisted by powerful djinns (genies). The world building in this series is well done. Rachel Caine has the ability to describe almost every particle a [...]

    4. If you haven't read Ill Wind(book 1) this review may contain spoilers. If you have, read on! Heat Stroke is the second installment in the Weather Wardens series by Rachel Caine. Joanne, once a powerful, yet impulsive Weather warden is now a Djinn. David turned her and now he's trying to teach her the ropes. Jo now must leave all things human behind(which she finds easier said than done) and learn how to be a djinn. What she doesn't realize is what Daivd had to go through to create her and now th [...]

    5. Okay Jo is back, she is now a Djinn. She has to learn quick to save herself and her man from a bad situation. let's see there is a lot of angst in this one and I am going to say that I loved the whole Paul, Lewis thing on this one. I mean David is yummy but I feel that he was able to back away from Jo. I dunno I don't feel the love between them yet. Maybe it will come in later books I will have to wait and see when i go off to buy the third I will be reading the third book. I don't have much to [...]

    6. I'm sorry. I'm sorry because I blew about $35 on 4 of these books at once on the say so of an enthusiastic fan who insisted that I "must buy" the first 4 because they run together and I'd regret it if I didn't. I'm sorry because I see a lot of people like thesebut I am beginning to wonder if $35 is reason enough to slog through more of this. This one is starting out as silly and uninteresting as the first.Ooooohe's not human anymoreooh she still likes to drive fastoh she's vulnerable because she [...]

    7. Ok - Had I not been recommended this book, I'm not sure I would have read it. And, that would have been a loss. I delayed forever because I didn't like the way the first one ended. When I finally DID start, there is a massive sex scene right at the beginning, and I (wrongly) feared it was going to be jam packed with sex, sex, sex . . . SOOOO - once I *got* started, I couldn't put the darn thing down. Joanne is so full of snark and nonsense that I really don't see how I could NOT love her. She is [...]

    8. I liked this book better than Ill Wind. Not so many weather facts but the aetheric planes, and misting, and on-and-on. Boy, when Rachel grabs onto a subject, she chokes it like it's the last drop in her favorite bottle of moisturizer and then sticks a Q-tip in even after she's done. Another example where when they made their way to the aetheric planes, I skimmed. But as with the first book, after skimming (to me) boring stuff, the rest of the book was really good. Is Kevin redeemable? I have no [...]

    9. I think I'm in love with this series now. I'd gush more about it but I'm buried under a mountain of homework again. I stayed up until 1:30 in the morning the other night just to finish this book and lost a lot of sleep over it. But it was totally worth it.

    10. I liked this one better than the first, mostly because I wasn't completely and utterly boggled by the ending.I feel like this series has incredible potential, but just hasn't dug down and grabbed it yet. Things feel oddly chaotic and unrooted. It just feels off.In addition, there are a couple things that just continue to agitate me. Lewis, like the rest of the series as a whole, feels like he just can't get it together. It is weird and undermining for someone this badass to be almost meek. He ha [...]

    11. Spoiler Alert: Please do not read this review unless you have already read the first book in this series, Ill Wind. The events of this book are strongly based on the ending of the last and I would hate to give anything away. I do have a review of Ill Wind that I posted in July.*******************************Heat Stroke essentially picks up right where Ill Wind left off. Joanne Baldwin was transformed from a human Weather Warden to a Djinn in order to preserve her life. Now she must learn to use [...]

    12. Heat Stroke is the second installment in the Weather Warden series by Rachel Caine. It picks up where Ill Wind finishes and follows Joanne Baldwin, former Weather Warden turned Djinn, and her Djinn lover David, as they begin a new journey together, as free-range, unclaimed Djinns. Before Joanne was a powerful Weather Warden who possessed a Demon Mark and died becoming a hero but what nobody knows (except for Lewis) is that she was reborn into a Djinn thanks to David. Now that the damage has been [...]

    13. Mistaken for a murderer, Weather Warden Joanne Baldwin is hunted down and killed by her colleagues in Las Vegas. Reborn as a Djinn, thanks to energy that was given by David, she senses something sinister entering earth's atmosphere-something that makes tomorrow's forecast look deadly. Heat Stroke is the second story in the Weather Warden series and finds Joanne trying to figure out her new Djinn powers. Even though David tries to hide it from her, Joanne quickly finds out there are consequences [...]

    14. Wow.Rachel Caine wasn't kidding with the end ofIll Wind. And the second Weather Warden book, Heat Stroke, takes that unexpected ending and runs with it. Wild. And Jo doesn't get much more of a breather than the reader does as she's plunged headlong into life as a Djinn. Or one half of a Djinn. Or a Djinn in training. Who can tell for sure?Good thing the lovely David is there to help her get a grip on her new reality. Unfortunately, it turns out David broke a few not-so-minor rules when he saved [...]

    15. WOW what an exhilarating ride! Heat Stroke was a way slicker book than the first one, fast-paced and easier to get into than simply a road trip and reminiscing about the times which was pretty much sums up Ill Wind. I absolutely love the cool factor of both Joanne and her powers, either as a Djinn or Weather warden. This book contains descriptions of meteorology that border on being too scientific, but wow they just blow my mind! Not to mention the descriptions of how Djinn draw their power. The [...]

    16. I think i'm addicted to this series least for the time being :)So far, so good.In this book, Joanne Baldwin's life continues chaotic as always. After dying in the last book, and being brought back by David as a Djinn, you would think, she would have an easer lifeYeah, right.So being a Djinn is not as easy as it would seem. Bringing her back from the dead, has taken it's toll on David. He is continualy being drained of energy, as a way to keep her alive, and as a result, he is getting himself wea [...]

    17. The first book in Rachel Caine’s Weather Warden series was on my DNF shelf for a long time before I finally made it through it. When I did, I thought it was decent, but I wasn’t sure I wanted to continue the series. Then I read some reviews for Heat Stroke and thought I should give it a chance because sometimes whether or not you like a series can’t be based just on the first book. Sometimes first books are bumpy and not that great, but the remaining books are solid and wonderful. That’s [...]

    18. After almost 4 years, I finally got around to continuing this series - that just goes to show how very backed up my TBR is. After getting hunted down and killed by her colleagues in Ill Wind, former Weather Warden Joanne Baldwin now has a whole new set of problems on her hand: David saved her by turning her into a Djinn, apparently breaking a bunch of rules in the process. Not ony does Jo now have to get the hang of this whole Djinn thing, but something strange and potentially deadly is going on [...]

    19. Random thoughts, not a full review:This book was a slight disappointment after the first book. First off, I was turned off by the beginning of the book with Joanne's constant sensual experiences as a new Djinn. I'm happy this portion of the book finally ended and got on to some real content. There is nothing worse then a boy crazy heroine that does nothing for herself. And yes, I realize she was new to her body/form and needed to learn, but some of it was over the top and too much about boys/sex [...]

    20. I really disliked the main character. She would get in one situation after another where she had a chance to make a difference and take responsibility for problems that were either in part or wholly her fault, each time she balked and as a result things got worse. I guess I just can't get into a character that is so self absorbed and irresponsible. Maybe she grows through out the series and learns from her mistakes but, I doubt it.After reading one of Rachel Caine's short stories in an anthology [...]

    21. I didn't enjoyed the first book on this series but I really liked this one. It was something new and refreshing.

    22. Damn. Why is it that this book had to go all downhill on us? It was great in the beginning with David and Joanne's road trip. Loved the romance between them, also the little tension between her and Lewis. Just love little love triangles. However, the sweet romance and such doesn't keep up. It gets bad when Joanne is separated from David and her other potential romance. However, even though nothing happens in the middle, it gets interesting towards the end with all the action. Not only is Joanne [...]

    23. After being accused of murder, then killed by the good guys, Joanne is getting ready for her funeral. Even though she is now a Djinn, David thinks it's a very bad idea. She is supposed to be focusing on Djinn-like behavior. She has a lot to learn. But, certain people have other plans for her. While I liked the story, my problem is Joanne. She is just not that likeable. I love characters like Chess from Downside, Meg from the Others, Alex Craft, Charley Davidson just to name a few. I really don't [...]

    24. *Very mild spoilers ahead*This series (all both books of it that I've read) is only just OK. I read the first one, and I was like, 'Meh'. I listened to this one on audiobook, and even though the narrator was AWESOME, I was *still* like, 'That was meh'.I don't know what it is. I guess I like trudging through it because it's such an odd bit of fantasy and supernatural that it's almost like a breath of fresh air. I mean, thus far, there hasn't been a single vampire or werewolf, so for that much I'm [...]

    25. I reread this book via a Kindle edition from September 22nd through the 24th, 2017. (My library no longer owns it in paperback format, unfortunately.)I wrote a sketchy review of that paperback edition after I first read this book via that edition in July 2014. I will sort-of fill it in by writing "a proper review" of this edition. (You can read my first review here, if you feel so inclined.) :-)I again really enjoyed this book. I didn't ever laugh or cry, though, so it only gets four stars for b [...]

    26. I read this, the second book in the Weather Warden series, because the first was alright, and I liked a different series by the same author and was hopeful. This book was a train wreck (a nasty, fireball of a train wreck).The back of the book says "[Joanne's] human life was over, but she had been reborn into Djinnhood. Now, until she masters her enhanced powers, Joanne must try to avoid being 'claimed by a human. But when a hazard that only a Djinn could sense infiltrates Earth's atmosphere, Joa [...]

    27. Perhaps it has just been too long since I read the first installment of this series, but I wasn't drawn in to this story as I had hoped. I felt that Joanne, while likeable in the first book, is very flat in this book. She has to learn how to be a Djiin and learn fast. A week to learn all the nuances of how to exist in a world where she no longer really exists? I felt that the first few chapters were filled with gratuitous sex scenes just to try and captivate the reader when all it did was make w [...]

    28. So in an excellerated frenzy i searched for a book that would tide me over the first week of Summer vacation. I chose the First Book of this series Ill Wind. Found it decent but not amazing had what I wanted in the time that I wanted it. Only problem was that it took me a Day to finish so I made myself read the sequel. This book is easy, with some interesting parts. The biggest problem is the delivery. So Caine has this awesome view where storms are actually living creatures set out to destroy u [...]

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