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 ending is a little unsatisfying, but part of that is probably due to the fact that there are two more in the series. I am looking forward to reading the other two books fireetorm this trilogy! But when his team wins the championship everyone that wants Jack de So the book I read was Firestorm.

Open Preview See a Problem? A great book for teenagers because is helps inform them about the effects of what we have done to this Earth. After reading this wonderful book, I clearly understand why it’s endorsed by Greenpeace.

I’ve seen it before and even read some. The chapters are the shortest I have ever seen, usually not exceeding four pages.

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You are commenting using your Twitter account. You haven’t heard of this series? Books by David Klass. The reader can tell David Klass put so much time into making sure you liked and felt sympathy for each and every person in the story. It is a fantasy thriller written in the first person view of Jack Danielson, who has abnormal adventures and is part of a prophecy to save earth from the destruction that is going to be caused by the Dark Army.

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So if there was one thing I would change about Firestorm is the ending. I would definitely recomme It was a great book when I saw the cover I thought it was going to be about sharks but when I started reading kass got pretty interesting so I continued reading it.

All in all, I liked the story fine, though I didn’t know going in it was the first in a trilogy; that left me a bit frustrated with the ending at first.

He does not tell him why they have lied to him all these years or who his real parents are before they are ambushed and Jack is forced to flee for his life. May 06, Alexa Hamilton rated it did not like it Shelves: Klass’s fragmented first-person narrative both suggests Jack’s extraordinarily quick thinking and also keeps the pace going at lightning speed.

Jan 04, Caleb rated it really liked it. This page was last edited on 19 Juneat The third book in the trilogy is Timelockpublished in Firestorm was a great book.

My favorite action scene was shortly after Jack was duped by Gisco, the telepathic dog. I became very aware how ifrestorm of the things we are doing now are really destructive klzss the Earth later, and became more conscious about my surroundings. Each page made you want to read more. This book is written in sentence fragments, which creates a fast pace in the book.


Firestorm is a morality tale wrapped in an action-adventure novel. Jack is kept in the dark during the novel, forcing him to salvage any information that can lead him closer to identifying the major threat to his future.

Nov 22, Crystal rated it it was amazing. Views Read Edit View history. Jack tells the reader in his thoughts early on: There were way too many olass sentence fragments. I would recommend Firestorm by David Klass to a 9th daivd and up since it contains inappropriate text. With the help of 2 “friends” he strives to complete his destiny while he fights off the Dark Army that has come to stop him.

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Jan 11, Delaina rated it liked it. I hated the sentence fragments. If so, that usage gives the novel a hidden, little, running joke of mock-seriousness, not unlike some of Ovid’s mock-epics.