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While my town dries out of record-setting, epic flooding from Hurricane Irene, let me ask you:
What’s your book with weather events? Hurricanes? Tornadoes? Blizzards? Real? Fiction? Doesn’t matter … weather comes up a lot in books, so there’s got to be a favorite somewhere, huh?
The first books that come into my mind whenever anyone talks about weather has to be Rachel Caine's amazing Weather Warden series. Starting with Ill Wind they are great urban fantasy novels about people who can literally control the weather. It's now complete, but worth a read for any urban fantasy fan.
In terms of the weather I like...I love storms and snow. Basically give me any weather that requires bundling up under snuggly layers, preferably with a book, and I'm happy. I even love those weird overcast grey days :) In my books I don't really notice weather much, but I love a stranded-by-snow story like Get a Clue.
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