Whirlwind (Caretaker, #2)



In Firestorm, The First Book Of The Caretaker Trilogy, Seventeen Year Old Jack Danielson Saved The World S Oceans, But At Great Personal Cost His Parents Were Killed And Everything He Knew And Believed In Was Turned Upside Down.Now Jack Has Come Home To See P.J., His Girlfriend And Sole Remaining Touchstone But She S Missing, And Blame Falls On Jack On The Run With Gisco, His Crafty Canine Sidekick, Jack Is Literally Caught Up In A Whirlwind As He Travels To The Heart Of Darkness To Rescue P.J A Journey That Will Bring Him Face To Face With The Father Of His Old Nemesis, The Colonel, Aka The Dark Lord From The Future Jack S Quest Becomes All The Complicated As He Discovers That The Only Person Who Can Stop The Dark Lord Is Another Time Traveler, The Wizard Kidah, Who Has Disappeared In The Present.Book 2 Of The Caretaker Trilogy Mixes Heart Racing Adventure With An Urgent Ecological Warning About The Fragility Of The World S Rain Forests And The Importance Of Respect For Indigenous Peoples Readers Will Be Drawn Into The Vortex Of The Quest Whether Or Not They Re Familiar With Book 1.Whirlwind (Caretaker, #2)

David Klass is the author of many young adult novels, including You Don t Know Me, Dark Angel, and Firestorm The Caretaker Trilogy He is also a Hollywood screenwriter, having written than twenty five action screenplays, including Kiss the Girls, starring Morgan Freeman and Ashley Judd, Walking Tall, starring The Rock, and Desperate Measures, starring Michael Keaton and Andy Garcia Klass g

[[ Reading ]] ➿ Whirlwind (Caretaker, #2) Author David Klass – E17streets4all.co.uk
  • Paperback
  • 302 pages
  • Whirlwind (Caretaker, #2)
  • David Klass
  • English
  • 15 August 2018
  • 9780312384296

10 thoughts on “Whirlwind (Caretaker, #2)

  1. says:

    But one question first what if the truth doesn t make any sense David Klass, pg.175 , said by Whirlwind s main character This book is the second book of the Caretaker Trilogy I like this book than the Firestorm, the first book, because the plot was described better The author spends less time on unimportant, and focus on the overall plot of the story, helping the pace of the book and making the book easier to understand For most books, sentences fragments are such a pain in the neck, but this were not the case for Whirlwind The way the author applied those sentences fragments in between conversation, or in the right moment help the book s pace became smoothly One thing I love about this book is how its address real life issue such as how the natural being destroyed through fiction I love how the author expanded information on charac...

  2. says:

    Just like Firestorm, this is a good book The books in this series go all over the place, from adventure to adventure This is, however, one of the things that makes the books very interesting There are many points of action in this book, along with some personal loss I love that the b...

  3. says:

    This book was amazing So much action and it keep you om the edge of your seat I love the characters This book really opens your eyes to how humans really are effecting the Earth and how one lost boy tries to fix it without really knowing whats going on.

  4. says:

    Enjoyed it

  5. says:

    Sequels get a bad rap Especially if they re in a series of than two the second one is often seen as the weak link, just a placeholder til the creator gets to the big finish This book breaks that mold, though I had my doubts in the first couple of chapters Jack s and Gitmo s never ending smart aleck bantering seemed forced, and got to be annoying Whirlwind continues the story of Jack Danielsen, who in Firestorm discovered that he was sent from the future because he is the only one able to save the world from an ecological disaster His parents actually just people who posed as his parents and raised him in a small Pennsylvania town were killed by superhuman people from the future who came back to stop him But others came back, too, and they taught Jack about his powers and prepare him for the battles ahead These partners included a talking dog named Gitmo and a beautiful martial arts expert named Eko Firestorm ended after a nearly fatal, but ultimately successful battle with Dargon, the bad gu...

  6. says:

    i liked the way the author used some real life cities in the book.

  7. says:

    Posted to my Livejournal in April 2008, saved here for posterity This sequel lived up to the first one in the series I won t say it exceeded it, but it was definitely as strong It continues Klass s tradition of high intensity thrills and heartbreaking depictions of ecological disasters In this one, Jack has managed to save the world s oceans, and he returns to his hometown to check in on the girl he left behind only to find out that she has been kidnapped by another ruthless, Machiavellian killer from the future who wants revenge Oh, and this guy is purposely destroying the rain forests just to wreck the future again after Jack saved it Okay, that makes the series sound nutso, but it s actually really good, and manages to be thoughtful and exciting Klass brings even the most remote of environmental iss...

  8. says:

    Reviewed by Kira M for TeensReadToo.comWhen Jack arrives home to try and explain his disappearance for the last six months to his girlfriend, he finds out that the Dark Army has beaten him there and has kidnapped her in an attempt to thwart his Earth saving plans.The police are blaming him for the disappearance and for the death of her parents, who died fighting this evil army from the future in the first book, FIRESTORM With the help of a psychic, wisecracking dog named Gisco, Jack sets off in a hot air balloon for the rainforest, where legend has it that a time traveling wizard lives who can help him defeat the Dark Army.Will Jack find the wizard and his girlfriend Will Jack defeat the Dark Army before they destroy Earth WHIRLWIND is a fast paced, action filled book With each chapter ending in a cliffhanger and the stakes high for the book s well developed main character, David Klass has do...

  9. says:

    This book was fairly fast moving and I can see many of my middle schoolers enjoying it, but there was not a whole lot of depth to it Maybe I feel this way because I have not read the first book in the trilogy, but there were definite times I felt like there was gloss than substance The story was fairly predictable and the writing style was very predictable I don t know how many times there was a statement like It s a fill in blank here But wait, no It s a fill in blank here This got a ...

  10. says:

    This young adult book was a good sequel to Firestorm with most of the characters from the first book and a few new ones just to add variety I was glad Gisco was part of this adventure as well, but missed his banter when he was altered for a while This time Jack sets out to save his girlfriend, PJ, from the clutches of the Dark Army and keep the ian Rain Forest from being decimated If you are passionate about saving the Earth from dying out at the hands of greedy h...

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