Storm Thief By Chris Wooding, Storm Thief Chris Wooding Books Feb , Having said that, Storm Thief just didn t do it for me The whole premise is a wonderful and creative idea, but I just couldn t get that engross in it One thing that bothered me was the constant POV changes that always happened without warning It was like the probability storms themselves I didn t understand why Moa wore makeup when they Storm Thief Storm Thief is a dystopian science fiction novel written by Chris Wooding and published by Books It also has elements of the Gothic, tech punk, and alternate history genres It is set on a futuristic island city known as Orokos, which is plagued by deadly probability storms. Storm Thief by Chris Wooding Storm Thief is a book that was mainly action driven and not so much character drive, although the characters themselves were all right while they weren t shallow or quite archetypes, there was very much a sense of Rail the thief who is only out for himself but looks after Moa like she s he s little sister and Moa the bright innocent young flower who dreams of something better and that s all the Storm Thief Chris Wooding Storm Thief is another light romp through daisy filled pastures with wait, wait, no it s not It s a grim dystopia where our heroes cling to life by their fingernails It s a grim dystopia where our heroes cling to life by their fingernails. Storm Thief by Chris Wooding, Paperback Barnes Noble Storm Thief by Chris Wooding takes the reader on an adventure through the fantasy world of Orokos Storm Thief shows great examples of friendship and sacrifices made for friends Wooding does a great job of telling the story of the poverty stricken Rail and Moa and their goal of a better life. Storm Thief, a book by Chris Wooding Book review May , Storm Thief takes place in the fantasy world of Orokos, a city on an island run by a totalitarian government, ravaged by chaos and by the probability storms that re order the world wherever they strike It has been this way for so long that history has forgotten it, and its citizens don t believe that anything outside exists.
Orokos is a city of chaos, lashed by probability storms that re order the world wherever they strike It has stood for so long that history has forgotten it, and its citizens no longer question what exists beyond its walls Then three of its denizens discover a map that holds the key to the secret at the heart of Orokos.