Editorial Reviews. From School Library Journal. Starred Review. Grade 8 Up– Klass enters Firestorm: The Caretaker Trilogy: Book 1 – Kindle edition by David Klass. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. His mother is not his mother. His father is not his father. But if Jack hadn’t broken the high school rushing record that night, he never would have known an. When eighteen-year-old Jack learns he is actually from the future, sent back to fulfill a prophecy, he joins forces with a shape-shifter and a dog to fight the.

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The only thing I wish was different was that he’d been more imaginative with his characters rather than formatting them to a specific group. I usually read a book half-way through before tossing it aside as unreadable for me. A main strength of Firestorm was that there was constant actio My first quarter independent reading novel was Firestorm by David Klass. When he tells his parents his dad immediately takes him as far davis as he can while explaining that they are not his real parents.

In the rain forest Jack finds Eko and after some romantic scenes they find Kidah, a mysterious wizard lost in time, also the wizard who wrote the prophecy about Jack. YA sci fi or fantasy book told almost entirely in sentence fragments?

The plot was a good plot, but it seemed a little bit like a mix of the Terminator and the Day After Tomorrow or one of those planetary death movies. Look it up, my friend, but not right now. In New York City, a beautiful girl really a shapeshifting wolf captures him, calling him “the Prince himself” and asking him where to find “Firestorm.


When he runs for over yards in a football game and gets into the paper, his parents are upset. It depends on the type of person to decide whether or not they should read Firestorm by David Klass. A visionary from the far future has sent Jack back in time to stem the tides brought by global warming, but trailing him is the Dark Army, which thrives in the deteriorated Earth of the future.

Firestorm (Caretaker, #1) by David Klass

Klass grew up in a family that loved literature and theater—his parents were both college professors and writers—but he was a reluctant reader, preferring sports to books. You are commenting using your Twitter account. This site uses cookies. Jack tells the reader in his thoughts early on: What makes that technology good?

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It sounded more like the set up of a movie scene and was easy to imagine. Reviewed by Me for TeensReadToo.

An example of this is when the dog from one thousand years into the future he telepathically communicates with and comes to trust tricks him into getting locked in a barn, wondering how he could be such a fool This is just one of my favorite things about Firestorm. Firestorm on the other hand?

Want to Read Currently Reading Read. How is the development of the hero’s telepathic dog any more natural than the development of the toy poodle? There is no plot, all the characters just blow stuff up, and the idea of the book as a whole is hard to identify. I do not like it. This book is written jlass sentence fragments, which creates a fast pace in the book.

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The story became complicated and confusing at times. I strongly re Firestorm was a great book.

Davi pace is determined by sentence length? If that doesn’t catch your attention, I don’t know what will. However, he could still find it. Right now I have to save the world, before there’s no future on Earth for me to come back from. His main enemy is unknown, but its man vs. Other books in the series. Jack is an eco warrior sent back in time to save the world from its unnatural use of science and technology. He is treated like a god by his peers but he doesn’t know that his whole life is gonna come crashing down just after his high school football team wins the state championship.

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I would recommend Firestorm by David Klass to a 9th grader and up since it contains inappropriate text. So does David Klass and his earth-saving narrator, Jack Danielson, who has been sent back in time to save the planet by finding Firestorm, something prophesied to save the earth, only, of course, no one knows what it is. If one thinks that they can deal with it, then I would say pick girestorm up and give it a try.

I’ve read plenty of YA novels by men with male protagonists and never quite felt like firestrm only girl in the room like I did with this one.