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Teagan Frost might be getting better at moving sh*t with her mind – but her job working as a telekinetic government operative only ever seems to get harder. That’s not even talking about her car-crash of a love life . . . And things are about to get even tougher. No sooner has Teagan chased off one psychotic kid hell-bent on trashing the whole West Coast, but now she has to Teagan Frost might be getting better at moving sh*t with her mind – but her job working as a telekinetic government operative only ever seems to get harder. That’s not even talking about her car-crash of a love life . . . And things are about to get even tougher. No sooner has Teagan chased off one psychotic kid hell-bent on trashing the whole West Coast, but now she has to contend with another supernatural being who can harness devastating electrical power. And if Teagan can’t stop him, the whole of Los Angeles will be facing the sh*tstorm of the century…


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Teagan Frost might be getting better at moving sh*t with her mind – but her job working as a telekinetic government operative only ever seems to get harder. That’s not even talking about her car-crash of a love life . . . And things are about to get even tougher. No sooner has Teagan chased off one psychotic kid hell-bent on trashing the whole West Coast, but now she has to Teagan Frost might be getting better at moving sh*t with her mind – but her job working as a telekinetic government operative only ever seems to get harder. That’s not even talking about her car-crash of a love life . . . And things are about to get even tougher. No sooner has Teagan chased off one psychotic kid hell-bent on trashing the whole West Coast, but now she has to contend with another supernatural being who can harness devastating electrical power. And if Teagan can’t stop him, the whole of Los Angeles will be facing the sh*tstorm of the century…

30 review for Eye of the Sh*t Storm

  1. 4 out of 5

    Tammy

    The nitty-gritty: More over-the-top, batshit crazy fun from Jackson Ford, and I loved every second of it! I knew I could count on Jackson Ford for a really good time, and I’m happy to say the third installment in his Frost Files series delivered on every level. Wow was this a blast! Now, according to the author, you can easily jump into this series in any order you want to, which I sort of agree with, because each book has a self contained story. However, in my opinion it’s better to start from t The nitty-gritty: More over-the-top, batshit crazy fun from Jackson Ford, and I loved every second of it! I knew I could count on Jackson Ford for a really good time, and I’m happy to say the third installment in his Frost Files series delivered on every level. Wow was this a blast! Now, according to the author, you can easily jump into this series in any order you want to, which I sort of agree with, because each book has a self contained story. However, in my opinion it’s better to start from the beginning because the characters have been through so much together at this point, that some of the nuances of their relationships will be lost on new readers. (Apologies to Paul, because I assured him he didn’t need to read book two in order to enjoy this. But after finishing it, I’m changing my mind.) There might be minor spoilers in this review, but I’m going to keep them to a minimum. The story picks up a mere two months after the conclusion of Random Sh*t Flying Through the Air, when a young boy with the ability to control the earth caused several devastating earthquakes in California, turning the state to rubble and throwing everyone and everything into chaos. Teagan and her friends from the China Shop, a secret, government-run agency that operates under the radar, are still recovering from a terrible loss, not to mention the fact that Los Angeles has become a post apocalyptic wasteland and many people are homeless and out of work. Some enterprising factions have taken advantage of this fact by squatting in abandoned buildings and running illegal operations right under the noses of the police.  When the story begins, Teagan, Annie and Africa have been sent to one such place to do some undercover recon. A biker gang called the Legends is purportedly selling illegal guns, and Moira Tanner, who runs China Shop, wants the three to pretend to do business with them and scope the place out for a future raid. Not surprisingly, their operation does not go well, but there’s no time to dwell on that when Moira gives them a new mission: something strange is going on at a self-storage facility in Glendale. The entire building has been electrified, which doesn’t make sense because electricity cannot travel through concrete or wood. Something fishy is going on, and Teagan suspects that another person with abilities similar to hers is responsible. When she discovers a young boy named Leo inside the building, Teagan makes a choice that could threaten the entire operation. That’s about all the plot I’m willing to give you, but let’s just say as soon as Teagan and her friends arrive at the storage facility to investigate, shit happens quickly and doesn’t stop until the end. The entire story takes place during one very long day and night, and I can vouch for the fact that it was hard to put the book down once I started. If you’re new to the series, I’ll give you a quick rundown about Teagan. Teagan has an ability called PK (psychokinesis) and can move inorganic objects with her mind. Thanks to her scientist parents, she and her brother and sister were all experimented on and given different abilities (think X-Men). Teagan made a deal with Moira Tanner that she would go to work for her undercover operation, in exchange for protection from a government facility that wants to get their hands on her and use her for their own nefarious purposes.  In this book, Teagan makes the decision to go rogue at one point and not follow directions, and this act fractures the entire team. I actually loved this development because it added quite a bit of tension to the group dynamic and allowed for some very emotional moments between the characters. Jackson really does a great job of balancing the action and the character development, and as much as I loved the fast-paced craziness of the plot, it was nice to see that the characters are all just regular people, trying to find connections and do the right thing. Annie is mad as hell at Teagan and grieving over Paul (from the last book), and their very uncomfortable relationship was one of my favorites. Reggie—the tech brains of the operation, an ex-military pilot who lost the use of her legs in Bosnia and is now confined to a wheelchair—is grappling over her loyalty to Moira (who saved her in Bosnia) and her desire to get the hell out of China Shop and follow her heart’s desire to become an actor. And then you have Teagan’s complicated relationship with ex boyfriend Nic, a Black man who is frustrated with Teagan’s unintentionally racist attitudes but who loves her deep down. In fact, Teagan has a complex relationship with just about everyone she knows—yes, she’s a bit hard to like. But that’s one reason I love her so much, she’s really trying to do the right thing, but she’s too young to understand that her approach is all wrong. But let’s get to the action, shall we? I have to say, the first four chapters of Eye of the Sh*t Storm are probably the best opening chapters I’ve ever read. I think I held my breath the whole time, these scenes were off the charts ridiculous, but the most fun I’ve had in a long time. I don’t want to spoil your fun, but let’s just say there’s a hysterically funny (but also nail-biting) scene involving a stolen bag of meth and a chase sequence that takes place in the L.A. River. And that’s only the beginning. Ford takes his characters on a dangerous, exhausting journey through a devastated Los Angeles, from the famous concrete L.A. River to Dodger Stadium to Downtown LA, with stops at homeless camps and abandoned buildings along the way, not to mention a bite to eat at Howlin’ Ray’s Hot Chicken. Biker gangs with guns (and plenty of tattoos), evil mad scientists, a scary crazy person called the Zig Zag Man and more are just a few of the obstacles Teagan and her friends must face. Jackson throws a bit of social commentary into his story to balance things out, like the plight of the homeless in L.A., racism, drug addiction and the great economic divide between the rich and the poor, but it’s all mixed into the plot in such a way as to not be preachy. We also learn more about Teagan’s past and the “School”—the secret government facility that might be responsible for the children with abilities who are wreaking havoc on the city. Jackson drops a bomb at the end—one I should have seen coming but I didn’t!—that clearly suggests that this series isn’t over by a long shot. The book ends on a cliffhanger, and I’m sad that I have to wait for the next book, although now I have time to guess the title of book #4: When the Sh*t Hits the Fan, perhaps? In any case, I can’t wait to see what bonkers scenario Ford comes up with next. I’m betting it’s going to be a good one. Big thanks to the publisher for supplying a review copy.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Liz Barnsley

    Another novel featuring Teagan and her randomly awesome cohorts and like the previous books in the series is crazy as hell and huge amounts of fun This time the story is literally electric, a rollercoaster ride of madness that is uber addictive and intriguingly clever. I really adore these and this might be a short review but the book itself packs one hell of a punch and you’ll love every minute. Eclectic characters and an action packed scenario that will have you reading long into the night. Highl Another novel featuring Teagan and her randomly awesome cohorts and like the previous books in the series is crazy as hell and huge amounts of fun This time the story is literally electric, a rollercoaster ride of madness that is uber addictive and intriguingly clever. I really adore these and this might be a short review but the book itself packs one hell of a punch and you’ll love every minute. Eclectic characters and an action packed scenario that will have you reading long into the night. Highly recommended.

  3. 4 out of 5

    The Tattooed Book Geek (Drew).

    As always this review can also be found on my blog The Tattooed Book Geek: https://thetattooedbookgeek.wordpress... Eye of the Sh#t Storm is another non-stop thrill ride and the third book in the wildly entertaining Frost Files series following on from The Girl Who Could Move Sh#t With Her Mind and Random Sh#t Flying through the Air. I’ll say that yes, you could read Eye of the Sh#t Storm as a stand-alone, there’s enough background given to grasp in broad strokes what has previously happened, but As always this review can also be found on my blog The Tattooed Book Geek: https://thetattooedbookgeek.wordpress... Eye of the Sh#t Storm is another non-stop thrill ride and the third book in the wildly entertaining Frost Files series following on from The Girl Who Could Move Sh#t With Her Mind and Random Sh#t Flying through the Air. I’ll say that yes, you could read Eye of the Sh#t Storm as a stand-alone, there’s enough background given to grasp in broad strokes what has previously happened, but I’d suggest starting from the beginning and experiencing for yourself all that Teagan and China Shop have been through. The action and adventure, the damage, destruction and drama that follows as they go from crisis to crisis, the madness, the loss, the hell that they have endured, and the continuing conflict-filled and fraught relationships that are present within the team. The Girl Who Could Move Sh#t with her Mind saw Teagan Frost learning how to control her psychokinetic (PK) powers, finding out that there are others in the world with superpowers, and Teagan was also framed for murder and given twenty-four hours to prove her innocence. Random Sh#t Flying through the Air saw Teagan and China Shop taking on Matthew, a four-year-old genius earthquake-causing toddler who unleashed ‘the Big One‘ on LA causing widespread damage and devastation to the city. Still reeling from the events and loss suffered in Random Sh#t Flying through the Air, Teagan and the rest of China Shop can’t seem to catch a break. Eye of the Sh#t Storm is a case of out of the frying pan and into the fire, and once again the stakes are high as Teagan and the team find themselves thrown into another chaotic adventure. Starting a couple of months after the earthquake, in the aftermath and with LA still reeling Eye of the Sh#t Storm begins with a ferocious high-speed chase that sees Teagan and China Shop pursued by a gang of bikers after their latest job goes terribly wrong. The job should have been simple, acting as buyers, all China Shop had to do was broker a deal and acquire a sample to prove that the bikers were gun-running high-powered military-grade weapons in LA, easy. However, their cover was blown and the bikers knew all about China Shop and that it is a front for a US government-run operation. Escaping, Teagan’s PK picks up something strange and the team discover a meth lab and a large amount of meth. To keep it off the streets, China Shop steal take the meth, but the detour and delay mean that on their way out they drive straight into the furious bikers who are looking for them. Destruction and mayhem ensue as the bikers chase China Shop through the LA storm drains before a spectacular crash and a meth explosion ends the chase, and that’s just the beginning. China Shop hasn’t even made it back to their base of operations when the team receive a call to investigate the impossible, an entire building has been electrified. It’s China Shop’s job to ascertain whether or not the electrification of the building is being caused by someone with superpowers, and if so, to stop them before they can destroy even more of the already decimated and barely hanging on LA which sees them come up against the ominous Zigzag Man, their most menacing foe yet. Wherever Teagan Frost goes, she is a beacon for chaos and it always follows her. She’s trying to be better, to think things through, to not rush in and to be more of an adult, but whatever decisions she makes the end result is still always the same, chaos. Teagan is a sarcastic wise-ass with a superpower, but she is very much not a superhuman. She is flawed, like the rest of China Shop. Teagan is an absolutely terrific main character with a big and bold personality that shines neon bright, but the rest of China Shop aren’t just bit-part players in what could easily be ‘The Teagan Show‘. Along with Teagan, the whole team are well-developed and a couple of her teammates have their own big personalities to rival her. Each member of China Shop shines brightly when given the opportunity in Eye of the Sh#t Storm and all add something of their own to the story. There is a depth to the dynamics on display between Teagan and the rest of China Shop, especially between Teagan and Annie who have always had a strained relationship, but which is stretched to breaking point in Eye of the Sh#t Storm. Teagan and China Shop are a likeable and eclectic bunch who you can’t help but be drawn to, invested in and root for. The story unfolds through Teagan in the first-person with occasional chapters by Reggie, hacker extraordinaire, tech expert and fellow China Shop member in the third-person. The pacing is fast, doesn’t ease up and goes full throttle from beginning to end. The writing is energetic, vivid, full of heart, packed with emotion and includes plenty of pop culture references. As an extra, I love the acknowledgements at the end of the book, they aren’t written by Jackson Ford, but by Teagan and they are absolutely hilarious. Eye of the Sh#t Storm is an action movie masquerading as a book, the only difference is that action movies aspire to be this good.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Don Jimmy Reviews

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  5. 5 out of 5

    Bookclubforme

    Yep, Teagan's back and she's stumbled across another kid with his own superpower - you know what this means: chaos, danger and whole lot of new sh*t flying through the air! Just when you thought Teagan's life couldn't get any crazier, along comes Leo - a kid who can control electricity. But this time, it seems Leo isn't hell bent on destroying the world around him, (unlike Matthew) nope in fact he's trying to outrun a mysterious man known only as the 'zigzag man'. Not wanting to turn Leo over to Yep, Teagan's back and she's stumbled across another kid with his own superpower - you know what this means: chaos, danger and whole lot of new sh*t flying through the air! Just when you thought Teagan's life couldn't get any crazier, along comes Leo - a kid who can control electricity. But this time, it seems Leo isn't hell bent on destroying the world around him, (unlike Matthew) nope in fact he's trying to outrun a mysterious man known only as the 'zigzag man'. Not wanting to turn Leo over to the government, where he'll undoubtedly become a lab rat, Teagan decides to go rogue, taking it upon herself to get Leo to safety. Except of course, nothing goes to plan and both Leo and Teagan find themselves in a whole host of trouble, with the rest of Team China Shop in tow, when they find out what she's doing. They face some almighty obstacles that really test them this time around! I knew I was in for a wild ride, when Ford's third book was finally released and boy was it worth the wait! As usual the plot is fast paced, action packed and littered with swear words, however alongside the madness, we got to see a more caring side to Teagan this time, which I really enjoyed. It ends on an almighty cliffhanger - a reveal which I was just waiting to be confirmed! Let's just say the next book is going to be JUICY! Another cracking 5 star read! If you haven't picked this series up already, I urge you do so! 👊🏻💥

  6. 4 out of 5

    Caitlin

    A truly brilliant continuation to this kicka** series! I didn't think that I could love Teagan anymore but this book was just 'chef's kiss. Teagan takes us on another adventure that starts with a literal bang, stealing cocaine from bikers of course! Will this be the book that finally puts Teagan on the right path, both at work and in her love life? Probably not but isn't that what makes this a refreshing series! Sometimes life isn't clean and happy, it's messy and complicated. Dive into the chao A truly brilliant continuation to this kicka** series! I didn't think that I could love Teagan anymore but this book was just 'chef's kiss. Teagan takes us on another adventure that starts with a literal bang, stealing cocaine from bikers of course! Will this be the book that finally puts Teagan on the right path, both at work and in her love life? Probably not but isn't that what makes this a refreshing series! Sometimes life isn't clean and happy, it's messy and complicated. Dive into the chaos and enjoy! I recommend reading this as part of the series - however you can read it as a stand-alone if you so desire. If you thought the kid from the last book was psychotic wait until you meet the new one!

  7. 4 out of 5

    Ziggy Nixon

    5+ stars. A series that just gets better and better and then better some more! Holy effing pineapple daiquiris, what a ride! Jackson Ford's "Sh*t Storm" is an incredibly intense and visceral reading experience that will leave fans of ANY genre wanting more. Like a literary punch to the solar plexus, this one left me gasping for air as I finished in stunned silence late last night after nearly 4 straight days of first re-reading Book 2 and then diving hungrily into the 2021 chapter of this amazing 5+ stars. A series that just gets better and better and then better some more! Holy effing pineapple daiquiris, what a ride! Jackson Ford's "Sh*t Storm" is an incredibly intense and visceral reading experience that will leave fans of ANY genre wanting more. Like a literary punch to the solar plexus, this one left me gasping for air as I finished in stunned silence late last night after nearly 4 straight days of first re-reading Book 2 and then diving hungrily into the 2021 chapter of this amazing series. My initial reaction? Ye gods, I can not WAIT until the next book comes out! Really, if you're new to this Universe (and if so, stop what you're doing now and go back and start with Book 1!!), you definitely need to do what I did and revisit what happens before we get to the ending scene of this chapter (I've already read and re-read Book 1). Just reminding myself of all that happens to the West Coast and especially Los Angeles (seriously, what do Ford and Nicholas S. Smith have against that area [see "Sons of War"]?) was both overwhelming and also a bit nauseating. Then feeling again the utter revulsion caused by the psychopathetic yet incredibly constructed villain of Book 2 was breath-taking, even after already witnessing it once before. And then as if that weren't enough (it isn't), this latest episode takes that again - Ford uses L.A. in many ways as more than a location and really as another, living being in these books - as well as the on-going incredible characterizations - and sets us up for shock after shock after shock. If you saw some or any of this coming, well, kudos to you. I know though my jaw was on the floor a bunch! There did come a point in this book - and here I think it had a lot to do with my multi-session, read-until-my-eyes-bled immersion - where these players started feeling like MY characters, or really, MY friends and/or enemies. I caught myself being so wrapped up in their struggles and their dilemmas - and there is a lot of interweaving sh*t going on here - that I even got to the point of feeling shocked at what Ford was doing to them! "Give my girl Teagan what? Oh hell no he didn't!" Well, kids, here's a spoiler: he did indeed! But after sleeping off the incredible post book hangover, I realized something. What was done is subtle, it's clever and damned if I don't think we're in for even better stuff in the coming book(s). "Sh*t Storm" I think will be known for the way it tears this group down, tears the team apart, breaks them both physically and mentally and maybe even damages them irreparably in some ways. But from these ashes shall indeed rise a Phoenix (yes, for once, I felt the X-Men connection the cover proclaims). Teagan is growing up and certainly at least Reggie is about to unleash her full potential as well. I just want Annie to get out of bed and then we'll worry about who Africa really is later. Yeah, sure, none of that may make sense but I'm not going to ruin it for anyone. Trust me though: I can't wait to be there when the sh*t hits the fan, that's for sure! Great stuff, kids! Enjoy!

  8. 5 out of 5

    B.S. Casey

    Series: The Frost Files #3 Genre: Fiction | Science Fiction Release Date: 27th April 2021 Teagan has got a lot of sh*t going on right now. Her life is a hot mess, her love life is a wreck and her job is complicated at best. As a telekinetic government agent, she finds herself in escalating danger and drama wherever she goes - and it's getting worse. A mysterious supernatural with complete control over electricity is rising up from the underbelly of LA and if Teagan doesn't do something now - they' Series: The Frost Files #3 Genre: Fiction | Science Fiction Release Date: 27th April 2021 Teagan has got a lot of sh*t going on right now. Her life is a hot mess, her love life is a wreck and her job is complicated at best. As a telekinetic government agent, she finds herself in escalating danger and drama wherever she goes - and it's getting worse. A mysterious supernatural with complete control over electricity is rising up from the underbelly of LA and if Teagan doesn't do something now - they're all done for. Jackson is the King of absurdity in the absolute best way - every single page is full-throttle, explosive energy from start to finish and packs a punch from the very first page. A sharp, fresh take on a classic detective story in it's own totally unique world. Full of hilarious twists that admittedly I almost saw coming; and with the occasional feel-good moment hiding in the sh*tstorm. If you haven't read the other Frost Files, I'd definitely reccommend reading them - firstly because it'll help you come into this story with a much clearer understanding of the universe of the book and secondly because they're simply f*cking cool. That being said, you could read this as a stand-alone because this story is easily strong enough to stand on it's own but once you're engrossed in the world you definitely get that extra sparkle. Wickedly smart, absurdly funny and an excellent addition to the legend of the Frost Files. RATING: ⭐⭐⭐⭐ Thank you to NetGalley & Jackson Ford for an ARC in return for an honest review.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Fraz Pannett

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. The story - ⭐⭐ The writing - ⭐⭐⭐ Overall - ⭐⭐⭐ Considering I'd not read the first two books in this series I didn't feel like I was in a position where I didn't understand anything that was happening. This can easily be read as a standalone, Ford ensures that you get enough backstory explained throughout that references and throwbacks make enough sense to keep the plot trucking along. That being said I struggled to enjoy it, I feel that this is perhaps because I've not read the previous books in the The story - ⭐⭐ The writing - ⭐⭐⭐ Overall - ⭐⭐⭐ Considering I'd not read the first two books in this series I didn't feel like I was in a position where I didn't understand anything that was happening. This can easily be read as a standalone, Ford ensures that you get enough backstory explained throughout that references and throwbacks make enough sense to keep the plot trucking along. That being said I struggled to enjoy it, I feel that this is perhaps because I've not read the previous books in the series and as such was less invested in the characters and less bothered about their dynamic. I also saw that finale plot twist coming a mile off, and the reveal about Leo's father, so I just came out feeling a bit flat. It's well written and an easy read, I imagine if you'd have read the previous books in the series it would have had some good character development, I do feel like I'll have to head back and read them at some point. Fave quote - 'Do I feel bad about hitting so many people in the head? Leaving a trail of concussions and possible brain injuries? Sure. But they started it. And besides, no one gives Batman shit when he beats up a warehouse full of the Joker’s goons.' Fave moment - Teagan meeting Pop for the first time This ARC was provided by Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Vermillion

    This book was the definition of chaos in a good way. I loved it so much. It was full of action. Actually, the action started on the first page and it kept going until the last. I started this series because of the titles and this series became one of my favorite series. I love every character in this book. Especially reading Annie and Teagen's dynamic was amazing. I thought this book was the last one but after that cliffhanger, I can't wait to read the next one. And one more thing, Jackson Ford' This book was the definition of chaos in a good way. I loved it so much. It was full of action. Actually, the action started on the first page and it kept going until the last. I started this series because of the titles and this series became one of my favorite series. I love every character in this book. Especially reading Annie and Teagen's dynamic was amazing. I thought this book was the last one but after that cliffhanger, I can't wait to read the next one. And one more thing, Jackson Ford's writing style was so good. It was smart, sarcastic and so much fun to read. I even laughed while reading the acknowledgments too. Everyone should give this series a chance. Thanks to NetGalley for an ARC in return for my honest review.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Paul Cochrun

    I say this with the most positive intent: Jackson Ford’s writing is like the best MadLib ever created. Just when you think things can’t get any crazier, he drops another projectile into the mix (many times literally 💣)… taking the basics of a superhero crew and turning it squarely on its head. Teagan is back with more skills but lots of trouble. LA is a smoldering pile after the action in Random Sh*t Flying Through the Air. The new book begins in typical fashion: Drugs, Guns, and Bikers. A high s I say this with the most positive intent: Jackson Ford’s writing is like the best MadLib ever created. Just when you think things can’t get any crazier, he drops another projectile into the mix (many times literally 💣)… taking the basics of a superhero crew and turning it squarely on its head. Teagan is back with more skills but lots of trouble. LA is a smoldering pile after the action in Random Sh*t Flying Through the Air. The new book begins in typical fashion: Drugs, Guns, and Bikers. A high speed chase down a culvert… a bridge destroyed and drug-enhanced telekinetic powers. And that’s just the first scene. For my full review: https://paulspicks.blog/2021/04/29/ey... For all my reviews: https://paulspicks.blog/

  12. 4 out of 5

    Jessica

    Not happy with this. Really liked the first one, downhill on the second, and then just not a fan at all of this one. And apparently it’s going to just keep going (which I hate because I can’t remember what happens from book to book). The ridiculous over the topness of the first book was great, but now it’s just grating on me. Teagan makes STUPID, sloppy decisions that are so aggravating. And I “figured out” the thing with Leo’s dad basically right away. Also did not appreciate the forced Black L Not happy with this. Really liked the first one, downhill on the second, and then just not a fan at all of this one. And apparently it’s going to just keep going (which I hate because I can’t remember what happens from book to book). The ridiculous over the topness of the first book was great, but now it’s just grating on me. Teagan makes STUPID, sloppy decisions that are so aggravating. And I “figured out” the thing with Leo’s dad basically right away. Also did not appreciate the forced Black Lives Matter conflict that was shoved in to be current. So I doubt I’ll be continuing on with this series, which is a shame because it had a lot of potential in the first book.

  13. 5 out of 5

    belkis lamar

    Fever dream of action This installment in the Frost series had me holding my breath until the end! So much non stop action and Great characters! There's this silly Disney movie I love called Alexander's no good terrible Day or some such thing - but this book felt like an R rated version of that movie! The amount of sh*t these guys go through in a 24 hour period is mind boggling but entertaining as hell. I seriously recommend this book if you want something really hold your attention until the ver Fever dream of action This installment in the Frost series had me holding my breath until the end! So much non stop action and Great characters! There's this silly Disney movie I love called Alexander's no good terrible Day or some such thing - but this book felt like an R rated version of that movie! The amount of sh*t these guys go through in a 24 hour period is mind boggling but entertaining as hell. I seriously recommend this book if you want something really hold your attention until the very end!

  14. 4 out of 5

    Kathryn

    I enjoyed Book 3 a lot less than I did Books 1 and 2. This was one 12-hour day in the life of the characters, a day of unrelieved tension plus divisiveness among the team. There were no comedic moments to lighten it, no relationship building, and the point of the original mission got obliterated. The author seemed to forget that the squad should be characters you want to root for. It's well-written, I enjoyed the biker arc and Leo. Book 4's plot is clear ... I enjoyed Book 3 a lot less than I did Books 1 and 2. This was one 12-hour day in the life of the characters, a day of unrelieved tension plus divisiveness among the team. There were no comedic moments to lighten it, no relationship building, and the point of the original mission got obliterated. The author seemed to forget that the squad should be characters you want to root for. It's well-written, I enjoyed the biker arc and Leo. Book 4's plot is clear ...

  15. 4 out of 5

    Bill Mock

    The series just took a detour. Not sure why a break in the action, but this was heavy relationship building/ending. There were a couple edge of the seat moments but mostly I felt like I was reading a YA romance. Let's hope the 4th Sh*t (yes, I'm still invested in the story) brings things back on track. I want the action, PLEASE The series just took a detour. Not sure why a break in the action, but this was heavy relationship building/ending. There were a couple edge of the seat moments but mostly I felt like I was reading a YA romance. Let's hope the 4th Sh*t (yes, I'm still invested in the story) brings things back on track. I want the action, PLEASE

  16. 5 out of 5

    Marian

    Teagan is just the best. I love these books, and I believe this is the best one yet. My gosh, but can Mr. Ford write an opening chapter. Zowie! I really hope there is more planned for this series, so everyone please buy these books. For me, of course, because I want to read more of these stories, but also because they are really fun and good books.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Kat

    #EyeoftheSh*tStorm Okay let's be real for a minute, how awesome are Jackson Ford's Titles! I love this series and yes I do wait to see the next title every time. I cannot help, but act like a middle schooler laughing at them. The books are great and the writing is edge of your seat fun!. Please, please pick up one of these titles! #EyeoftheSh*tStorm Okay let's be real for a minute, how awesome are Jackson Ford's Titles! I love this series and yes I do wait to see the next title every time. I cannot help, but act like a middle schooler laughing at them. The books are great and the writing is edge of your seat fun!. Please, please pick up one of these titles!

  18. 4 out of 5

    Michelle

    This was a wild ride. Practically the entire book takes place in one 24-hour period and it is NONSTOP y'all. *I* was exhausted and had a headache by the end. Teagan would ALMOST get to a place to catch her breath for a minute, and I would almost hate to turn the page to see what Ford was going to do to her this time. Eat your wheaties for this one. This was a wild ride. Practically the entire book takes place in one 24-hour period and it is NONSTOP y'all. *I* was exhausted and had a headache by the end. Teagan would ALMOST get to a place to catch her breath for a minute, and I would almost hate to turn the page to see what Ford was going to do to her this time. Eat your wheaties for this one.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Laurie

    I absolutely love this series. This time Teagan and the team deal with a four year old who can control electricity, a biker gang that has way too much info about them, unknown people with powers messing with them behind the scenes and a flood that could kill a couple thousand homeless people. Just another day.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Aj Garry

    This really do be the eye of the sh*t storm (if the title is to be believed)

  21. 4 out of 5

    Danielle

    Are you ready for a third round of Teagan? This one starts with a bang - Teagan pisses off a biker gang by stealing their meth -- and then accidentally inhales some of it when China Shop's van crashes. And you KNOW this is going to have an impact on Teagan's psychokinesis. Maybe I should back up. For those of you unfamiliar with this series, I wholeheartedly recommend going back and reading the first two books - The Girl who Could Move Sh*t with her Mind and Random Sh*t Flying through the Air. T Are you ready for a third round of Teagan? This one starts with a bang - Teagan pisses off a biker gang by stealing their meth -- and then accidentally inhales some of it when China Shop's van crashes. And you KNOW this is going to have an impact on Teagan's psychokinesis. Maybe I should back up. For those of you unfamiliar with this series, I wholeheartedly recommend going back and reading the first two books - The Girl who Could Move Sh*t with her Mind and Random Sh*t Flying through the Air. The series follows Teagan Frost, who has psychokinesis - she can move sh*t with her mind. She works with a group called the China Shop Movers - a government undercover group who uses Teagan's powers on top-secret missions. Teagan can be a bit of a smart ass at times, and "difficult to work with" doesn't really begin to cover it. This time, Teagan has to decide how to handle yet another young child with superpowers - the ability to create and control lightning. Is she going to turn him over to her government handler? Is she going to delve deeper into where these children are coming from? The one thing I can tell you is you're in for another wild and wacky ride with the China Shop crew. I absolutely love this series and can't wait for book 4 - yes, that's right, there's more sh*t to come! Thank you to NetGalley and the publisher for an advanced copy of this hilarious book in exchange for my honest review.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Stephen Topp

    A ton of fun.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Tiffany

  24. 4 out of 5

    Stephen

  25. 5 out of 5

    Asha - A Cat, A Book, And A Cup Of Tea

  26. 5 out of 5

    Navik

  27. 4 out of 5

    Leesandra Andino

  28. 5 out of 5

    David Harris

  29. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer MacDonald

  30. 4 out of 5

    wanda

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