Seventeen-year-old Vane Weston has no idea how he survived the category-five tornado that killed his parents. And he has no idea if the beautiful, dark-haired girl who's swept through his dreams every night since the storm is real. But he hopes she is.
Seventeen-year-old Audra is a sylph, an air elemental. She walks on the wind, can translate its alluring songs, and can even coax it into a weapon with a simple string of commands. She’s also a guardian—Vane’s guardian—and has sworn an oath to protect Vane at all costs, even if it means sacrificing her own life.
When a hasty mistake reveals their location to the enemy who murdered both of their families, Audra's forced to help Vane remember who he is. He has a power to claim - the secret language of the West Wind, which only he can understand. But unlocking his heritage will also unlock the memory Audra needs him to forget. And their greatest danger is not the warriors coming to destroy them - but the forbidden romance that's grown between them.
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By Sar1386 on 20-01-16
Not as good as I expected.
I went into this thinking it was going to be great based on all the positive reviews I have read about it. But once again another book has been over hyped on what is an average story. I'm quite disappointed with the way this turned out, some parts dragged and others were rushed I think this could have been a great book with just a few changes made. Although this disappointed me I am glad I read this and I will probably read the next book In hopes that it's better than this one. I would recommend this to others as they may like it but if u don't like story's that drag then it's not the book for u.
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By Crystal on 12-08-13
Clever, fresh and fun.
I predict this is book/series is going to blow up so I urge everyone to get on board early!
The 'air elemental' angle was novel for me and I absolutely adored the lore that fleshed out the book. I found little things like the Southerly winds being tropical and lazy while Northern winds being frigid and demanding really clever.
I also had fun with the 'wind bending' techniques and was completely hooked waiting to see all the training come together in the final battle.
The dual male and female protagonists were very well drawn and I loved their relationship. The interplay was complex, clever, cute and so much better than the usual "he's hot and she's hot so they must get together" paint-by-numbers YA romance. The drama between them was genuine and the climax was sincere.
The story itself was also very strong and it moved purposely, never getting side-tracked or wallowing. It expertly weaved the respective pasts, presents and futures of Audra and Vane together for a tightly layered and well-paced story.
I will definitely check out the next book in the series as soon as it is released. I strongly recommend Let the Sky Fall to everyone into YA especially those looking for a fresh paranormal concept or just a well-written story!
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By dcc on 25-07-13
very interesting! imaginative!
What did you love best about Let the Sky Fall?
It was the kind of book in which you need a great imagination to follow . The characters are great!
What was one of the most memorable moments of Let the Sky Fall?
When he first realized his powers were real.
Which character – as performed by Kristen Leigh and Nick Podehl – was your favorite?
If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?
Let this book take you away with the wind.
2 of 3 people found this review helpful