Katie Robison has written a startlingly original trilogy of fast-paced, visceral fun. Readers will be captivated by Downburst, Coiled Snake, and Firestorm, which star an intelligent, likeable heroine named Kit — a worthy successor to Katniss Everdeen. With supernatural threads, twisty plots, and good-old-fashioned action, this series is not to be missed.

- Kathleen Glasgow, New York Times Bestselling Author

ABOUT ME

THE SHORT VERSION

I’m a storyteller who loves to craft page-turners that keep readers guessing. I’m particularly passionate about speculative fiction that features protagonists from diverse backgrounds and cultures. I have a Ph.D. in medieval literature and an unhealthy obsession with Siberian Huskies. I’m also a travel enthusiast and a big fan of Mother Nature, the greatest storyteller of all.

Robison's debut takes flight, leaving readers eager for the next installment. A thrilling head-rush of an adventure.

- KIRKUS REVIEWS

THE WINDSTORM SERIES

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FIRESTORM

BOOK THREE OF THE WINDSTORM SERIES

The seven tribal nations are at war, and as a taporo Kit can finally do something to save her people. But Kit can’t shake the feeling she’s playing a game she doesn’t understand, and if she agrees to fight, she’ll lose the ones she loves the most.

DOWNBURST

BOOK ONE OF THE WINDSTORM SERIES

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Kit’s only goal is to stay alive. Caught in the wrong place at the wrong time, Kit is plunged into an underground society with surprises at every turn. But storm clouds are gathering on the horizon, and when Kit learns the truth, she knows she has to get out before the storm breaks. Suddenly, staying alive just got a lot harder.

COILED SNAKE

BOOK TWO OF THE WINDSTORM SERIES

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Kit has been captured by the Rangi and taken to their homeland, where she awaits judgment not only for her crimes but those of her parents. Condemnation will mean death. Acquittal will mean betraying everything—and everyone—she’s ever loved. If Kit is to survive, she’s going to have to become a different person. Again.

Robison’s premise, which involves hidden indigenous tribes capable of flight, is solid…It’s a strong showing…with visceral combat scenes and creative exploration of the paranormal concept at the story’s core.

- Publishers Weekly

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