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Tornado Pinball (Storm Seekers) (Volume 2) Paperback – February 22, 2013
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About the Author
Chris Kridler is a writer, photographer and storm chaser who blogs at ChrisKridler.com and shares her storm-chasing reports at SkyDiary.com. Her Storm Seekers trilogy of storm-chasing adventures consists of the novels FUNNEL VISION, TORNADO PINBALL and ZAP BANG. As a journalist, she's covered a variety of topics, from space to lifestyles, and was a longtime columnist for Florida Today. Chris's photographs have appeared in several magazines and books, including the covers of The Journal of Meteorology, the book Winderful, and the Wallace and Hobbs Atmospheric Science textbook. She's been featured in Popular Photography and has had video in various weather documentaries. Her short film "Chasing Reality" won the best documentary award at the Melbourne Independent Filmmakers Festival in Florida in 2011; she won best animation in 2013 with "The Chase." Chris lives on Florida's Space Coast, on the eastern edge of Lightning Alley.
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I feel this book reads more like a movie than the first. I loved the unique travel stops Chris Kridler took us to throughout the story. She made me want to hit the road and check out the mid-west. The storm chasing was exciting and descriptive. I was caught up in the drama that must accompany storm chasing. Not to give away anything but the 'pinball' aspect was kooky and very 'Hiaasenisque.'
Looking forward to reading Book 3 in this series in the near future, not that I'm nagging or anything..................