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Undone (Outcast Season Series #1)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 7, 2014

    The plot of this series is pretty good, Cassiel is more than int

    The plot of this series is pretty good, Cassiel is more than interesting and has a compelling enough story arch. There is plenty that this series adds to the world built by the Weather Warden series while being understandable completely on it's own. There is a great deal that this series shows of the djin world and a great deal it adds to understanding the mythos of the world.

    All that said, this series was so similar to the Weather Warden series it wasn't worth the read. Weather Warden was written better (or at least was more compelling, I completed Weather Warden as quickly as I could lay my hands on the books, this series I never bothered to finish). Nothing that was done here was any different than the Weather Warden series, same themes, same general plot, very similar duo of characters (from strong female lead outcast from her society/support right down to [obligatory for this genre?] romance amongst the main characters). Really, aside from gaining more knowledge on the mythos of the world, not worth reading after Weather Warden.

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  • Posted April 13, 2009

    She's Getting Better

    The heroine of this new series by Rachel Caine is a much more sympathetic character than her previous offering in the weather warden series. This flawed, human, non-humanoid is a wonderful addition to the sci-fi genre. The plot is interesting, fast-paced and draws you in. The human contingent is similarily multi-faceted and fascinating.

    Try this one. You'll like it.

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  • Posted February 5, 2009

    more from this reviewer

    Ok....

    Undone was ok. Caine's Weather Warden Series is much better. Maybe the next book will be better. There was plenty of action in the book, but you don'tunderstand what is happening until the end, which to me was very frustrating.

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