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Something that I didn't even realize until more than halfway through is that there was NO romantic interest for the main character and the story STILL held my interest. That never happens in a YA dystopia, and I thought it was awesome! Such a nice change from the norm. Definitely recommend this book! Aug 29, Rissa rated it really liked it. This is a story about two sisters who have lost their parents and are just trying to survive in a dystopian world. I enjoyed the overall plot of the story but the Christian conversion is what fell flat for me. I was really enjoying how Scripture was something that Grey remembered her mom quoting to her and her sister Rin.

I really enjoyed the space elements to this story and the idea t This is a story about two sisters who have lost their parents and are just trying to survive in a dystopian world. I really enjoyed the space elements to this story and the idea that humans could inhabit Jupiter. As I was reading this I was thinking through out most of the book that it would be a solid 4 star read for me until the end. I was hoping that there would be a big conversion for Grey but in the end it just didn't hold up to the 4 star rating I thought I would give this story so I gave it a 3 star. I will be willing to continue on with this series and see if the Christian elements are focused on in the later book.

I really enjoyed buddy reading this with Rebekah. Mar 08, Addy S. Content: -Romance: brief mention of 'love-struck' couple.

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Just to ease the tension up and help hook me more. Overall, the most content in Jupiter Winds is the violence. I think the details were just a little too much for C. Soli Deo Gloria Jun 26, JoJo Sutis rated it it was amazing. Jupiter Winds is a fantastic thrill ride from start to finish. I loved Grey and Rin so much. There were so many twists and turns in their journey. The author did a fantastic job of keeping me on the edge of my seat and it was hard to know which characters to trust and who to believe.

One character I especially adore is Mrs. I love the spiritual message of this story, it was a wonderful reminder that God is always with me…He never leaves me, He never forgets me!

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I really hope CJ is busy working on the sequel, because I need more now!!!! Feb 05, Read it or Leave it Blog rated it liked it Shelves: dystopian-fantasy. I loved the family aspect in the story and the pace of it. The author did an amazing job at describing the setting and I could easily visualize what everything in the story looked like.

I would have loved more faith content but hopefully there will be more in the second book. It was weird to read about life on another planet but this is fictional. There was a disturbing topic in the book and some negative content. Overall, it was a fast-paced 3. Overall, it was a fast-paced adventurous story. Jul 15, Natalie rated it really liked it Shelves: read-in , sci-fi. I'm not normally a fan of sci-fi but I really enjoyed this one. There was plenty of action and the story was compelling.

I really enjoyed the bond between the two sisters. Grey was such a good big sister to Rin. I also liked that there was no romance - it was all sci-fi action. The villain was pretty scary and intense which is always good. Some of the books I've read lately have had really lackluster villains. Overall really well done. Now I just have to get my hands on the sequel Shelves: read , ya-fiction , dystopia , kindle-reader , publisheds , christianfic , hyped-books. It was so well recommended by Lindsey and I had a free copy, so I grabbed it and I enjoyed it so much!

Nov 03, Kathrese rated it liked it Shelves: ya , teen , science-fiction. Let me start with the best parts of the story—intriguing characters and strong pacing. The main character, Grey, and her sister, Rin, had a sweet relationship, taking care of one another in the absence of their parents. I would have liked to see more of Jet, since he had an interesting background.


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My favorite character was Mrs. Yay, an older mentor lady who can kick butt. What's not to like? However, the remainder of the characters were straight off the shelf, particularly General Whats-he Let me start with the best parts of the story—intriguing characters and strong pacing. However, the remainder of the characters were straight off the shelf, particularly General Whats-her-name, a Flat Stanley villainess who only lacked a mustache to twirl. She was mean, cruel, sadistic, one hundred percent evil, virtually indestructible, and completely unbelievable.

Mom and Dad were cutouts too. Their only role was to provide motivation for the main character. I see promise here, but it wasn't fulfilled. I abandon many books before I reach the end, but I'll give credit to Darlington for keeping me involved through the last page, even though I found the ending to be anti-climactic. The author understands how to fade to black and open in another scene. In other words, she kept the story moving at a fine clip. This is a difficult skill to master. I would describe this book as "science fiction lite. This particular story is a clean read, completely suitable for middle grade readers and above.

I could overlook this shortcoming if the story were written before the space age, but these days, even young teens will have to suspend disbelief in a big way because Jupiter Winds revolves around the idea that somehow we've misjudged Jupiter, writing the planet off as uninhabitable. In this highly imaginative story, humans don't even require spacesuits to walk on the planet's colorful sands.

The weather's fine if you overlook the sudden onset of windstorms. There are trees and animals native to the planet. Forgetting the poisonous atmosphere for a moment, we must also set aside the fact that humans would be crushed by the gravitational pull of this giant planet. Another key point in the plot is that humans have discovered a shortcut to reach Jupiter in under a week. The very sketchy descriptions of the spaceships evoke crafts of the silent film era combined with silos like those that used to house intercontinental ballistic missiles ICBMs. But for the disappointing science fiction aspect, I must lower the score.

Read it if you love Space Westerns. Avoid it if you're a huge fan of feasible science fiction. Aug 23, Laura A. Grace rated it it was amazing. Let me first say that this is my first scifi kind of novel that I have ever read and didn't know what to expect! I only knew that people were giving it 5 stars and I completely agree with them! I absolutely loved everything about this novel! The characters, environment, an technology well maybe not ALL of the technology!

From the first page I was hooked and easily related to Grey and Rin! The way they survived on their own and had such loyalty to each other even if the Let me first say that this is my first scifi kind of novel that I have ever read and didn't know what to expect! The way they survived on their own and had such loyalty to each other even if they were potentially deadly consequences was amazing as well as inspiring! The storyline was really good! The entire concept of Jupiter was fascinating! The description of the places Grey was really helped bring the story to life on top of very fleshed out characters!

There wasn't a huge, overpowering Gospel message, but I did like how there was one! It really hit me as did Grey in how God has watched over my family and I through many situations! It left me feeling appreciative as well as recognizing the many blessings I do have! If you enjoy a story that has a scifi edge with no romance and plenty of action as well cliffhangers at the end of the chapters; not the end of the novel this story is for you!

I hope that C. All thoughts expressed are my own and I was my required to write a positive review! Jun 29, Meagan Myhren-bennett rated it it was amazing Shelves: adventure , dystopian , fiction , ya , drama , family , friendship , murder , war , kidnapping. Jupiter Winds By C.

Darlington We've been lied to. That is the plain and simple truth. And this lie has kept us from knowing that beneath the swirling gases and upper atmosphere winds Jupiter has livable, sustaining atmosphere. This is a truth that Grey Alexander's parents kept from her and it may very well cost her her life.

But there is more going on than Grey ever imagined. After fending for both her sister Rin and herself for the last 5 years, she has suddenly become a person of interest to Jupiter Winds By C. After fending for both her sister Rin and herself for the last 5 years, she has suddenly become a person of interest to the Mazdaar. What Grey can't figure out is why, but she is about to find out very quickly.

Jupiter awaits I've read several of C. Darlington's previous works and was intrigued when approached about reviewing Jupiter Winds. This is a Dystopian story, but there is a thread of hope that runs throughout - this is not the typical bleak future world that is so often portrayed in this genre. Jupiter Winds is a well-written book that is able to capture and hold the reader's attention. This is book that can be read and enjoyed by both teens and adults.

There are no language or romantic situations that parents should find offensive if this is a concern they have in many of the offering available to today's YA audience. This book is complete and yet there is an opening for sequels for which I am hoping! I was provided a copy of this book by the author in exchange for my honest review. Jul 07, Phyllis Wheeler rated it it was amazing. Really liked it, and devoured it in one day. It's a dystopian sci fi, with a few echoes of The Hunger Games, but it is its own story.

The book takes us to colonies on Jupiter, which is a bit of a stretch for me, but I was willing to go along. You may have found a special niche. It is the experiences of her life that she will draw from: those remembered, those forgotten, those judged, and those she has let go - they will present themselves to her whether she wants them to or not, in a most perfect and timely way.

It is the pattern that we have created together that is our strength. How could I, after realizing that everything is interconnected? Chapter 16, The Discovery p. Not an easy feat living unconnected in the North American Wildlife Preserve, where they survive by smuggling contraband into the Mazdaar government's city zones. If the invisible electric border fence doesn't kill them, a human-like patrol drone could. When her worst fear comes true, Grey questions everything she thought she knew about life, her missing parents, and God.

Could another planet, whose sky swirls with orange vapors and where extinct-on-Earth creatures roam free, hold the key to reuniting her family? Book 2 review coming soon! This would be a great book for the girl or a guy, even There was some blood scenes but all of them were not over the top.

I have given five stars to very few books. I swear, re-reading this novel hit me harder than the first time! I knew what was going to happen, but I was still on the edge of my seat! I literally fangirled nearly every line, hahaha! That causes me even more fangirl emotions.

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It does not mean I recommend all the books by this author. View all 7 comments. Sep 06, Sierra Faith rated it it was amazing Shelves: favorites , own , re-read , books-i-own-that-need-read. When I finished this book the first thing that came to mind was "Wow! Oh my, I can't believe how much I loved it! I haven't loved a book in a long time. If someone was to ask me exactly what I loved about it I couldn't give them one thing. I loved all the scripture, I loved how Grey was so protective over her sister Rin, I loved Grey and Rin's relationship, and I loved the weapons and the trip to Jupiter!

I hope there is a second one coming out! And soon! View 1 comment. Jun 16, J. Morrows rated it it was amazing. I have to admit Those eyes are creepy. But they're probably meant to be, so they definitely do their job. Yes, faith is an intricate part of the story but it is woven in so seamlessly and without sounding preachy, it's clearly just an intrinsic piece of the whole. Jupiter Winds is the OK.

Jupiter Winds is the 4th full-length published novel of C. Darlington who, when she didn't get the answer she wanted from traditional publishers - decided to start her own successful publishing company along with her mother and sister. And all I can say is, the traditional publishing agencies truly missed the boat this time! This is a book that has it ALL. It's a true dystopian - not like so many of these watered-down, almost dystopian novels that are getting their "15 minutes" and then fading into obscurity.

It doesn't just encompass an entire planet, it tells us about 2! And we don't get a quick sound-bite either. We get a good back-story and more than a little popping in here or there through the whole story on what's going on around the world. There's no lack of techno-sounding words or language progression in this story either. It's in there! From cosmoships to bioskin. The danger, the excitement, the knowing that something unthinkable could happen at any moment - It's ALL in there! There are surprises around every corner and no yawns anywhere. And don't be lulled into complacency.

Just because you're getting close to the end does NOT mean there isn't another surprise coming your way! It's a tough book to put down but, if you have to, I promise you'll be rushing back to it as quickly as you can and you'll get pulled right back into the story within the space of a sentence. Disclaimer: I received this book free from the author in exchange for an honest review. Jul 03, Rebekah rated it it was amazing. Rare as it is to find a Christian Sci-Fi book, and as much as I love this genre, it deserves every one of the five stars I'm giving it.

Definitely worth the read Check it out! Dec 20, R. Rodda rated it really liked it Shelves: christian , sf. A great holiday read. A fast-paced plot with lots of twists and turns, an interesting dystopian world, and lots of family love.

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The world-building was what I liked best and is done well. This book held my attention throughout but did not particularly engage my emotions. There is a Christian aspect to this plot but it is very low key. I found the conversion weak and unbelievable. I also could not believe that an elderly lady and a young girl would be the ones to track two dangerous people. That a A great holiday read. That aside this was well-written and enjoyable. Jan 16, Hailey Rose rated it it was amazing. I read this in just a few hours while on a plane. It absolutely sucked me in and was a perfect distraction during a few flight delays.

I mean, Jupiter? Character wise, the emotional motivation was perfection and totally believable. Something that I didn't even realize until more than halfway through is that there was NO romantic interest for the main character and the story STILL I read this in just a few hours while on a plane.

Something that I didn't even realize until more than halfway through is that there was NO romantic interest for the main character and the story STILL held my interest. That never happens in a YA dystopia, and I thought it was awesome! Such a nice change from the norm.

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Definitely recommend this book! Aug 29, Rissa rated it really liked it. This is a story about two sisters who have lost their parents and are just trying to survive in a dystopian world. I enjoyed the overall plot of the story but the Christian conversion is what fell flat for me. I was really enjoying how Scripture was something that Grey remembered her mom quoting to her and her sister Rin. I really enjoyed the space elements to this story and the idea t This is a story about two sisters who have lost their parents and are just trying to survive in a dystopian world.

I really enjoyed the space elements to this story and the idea that humans could inhabit Jupiter. As I was reading this I was thinking through out most of the book that it would be a solid 4 star read for me until the end. I was hoping that there would be a big conversion for Grey but in the end it just didn't hold up to the 4 star rating I thought I would give this story so I gave it a 3 star.

I will be willing to continue on with this series and see if the Christian elements are focused on in the later book. I really enjoyed buddy reading this with Rebekah. Mar 08, Addy S. Content: -Romance: brief mention of 'love-struck' couple. Just to ease the tension up and help hook me more. Overall, the most content in Jupiter Winds is the violence. I think the details were just a little too much for C.

Soli Deo Gloria Jun 26, JoJo Sutis rated it it was amazing. Jupiter Winds is a fantastic thrill ride from start to finish.

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I loved Grey and Rin so much. There were so many twists and turns in their journey. The author did a fantastic job of keeping me on the edge of my seat and it was hard to know which characters to trust and who to believe. One character I especially adore is Mrs. I love the spiritual message of this story, it was a wonderful reminder that God is always with me…He never leaves me, He never forgets me! I really hope CJ is busy working on the sequel, because I need more now!!!!

Feb 05, Read it or Leave it Blog rated it liked it Shelves: dystopian-fantasy. I loved the family aspect in the story and the pace of it. The author did an amazing job at describing the setting and I could easily visualize what everything in the story looked like. I would have loved more faith content but hopefully there will be more in the second book. It was weird to read about life on another planet but this is fictional. There was a disturbing topic in the book and some negative content. Overall, it was a fast-paced 3.

Overall, it was a fast-paced adventurous story. Jul 15, Natalie rated it really liked it Shelves: read-in , sci-fi. I'm not normally a fan of sci-fi but I really enjoyed this one. There was plenty of action and the story was compelling. I really enjoyed the bond between the two sisters.

Grey was such a good big sister to Rin. I also liked that there was no romance - it was all sci-fi action. The villain was pretty scary and intense which is always good. Some of the books I've read lately have had really lackluster villains. Overall really well done. Now I just have to get my hands on the sequel Shelves: read , dystopia , ya-fiction , kindle-reader , publisheds , christianfic , hyped-books. It was so well recommended by Lindsey and I had a free copy, so I grabbed it and I enjoyed it so much!

Nov 03, Kathrese rated it liked it Shelves: ya , teen , science-fiction. Let me start with the best parts of the story—intriguing characters and strong pacing.