Author: Brigid Kemmerer
Series: Elemental #5 (Final)
Publisher: Kensington Teen
Release Date: September 30th, 2014
Date Read: August 23rd, 2014
Point of View: Dual (Michael & Hannah)
Writing: Third Person | Past Tense
Genre: Young Adult | Urban Fantasy
In a Nut Shell...
A heart-pounding and emotional conclusion to a great series. But to be honest, I was a little disappointed.
Advance Reader Copy provided by Kensington Teen
Among all the boys in this series, Michael was one of my favorite. All the tough exterior, the protectiveness and the grumpiness were very swoon-worthy. In this book, Michael showed how much he would do in order to protect the ones he loved.
As for Hannah, I wasn't a big fan. She was an alright character, I guess. However, sometimes she was too immature and stubborn for her own good. Luckily she became less of that as the story went. And I truly appreciated that.
The plot was very entrancing because of all the suspense, the action, and everything else involved.
I was still amazed by the writing, but this book was a little dragging at times. The action did help a lot not to leave me feeling all bored and frustrated.
In general, it was a nice ending to the series. Not conclusive, but satisfying indeed.
P.S: I still don't like the cover!!!!!