Monday, May 30, 2016

Water's Wrath 4th book in the Air Awakens series by Elise Kova

Hello lovely book addicts! I hope all is well! Today I'm going to be talking about Water's Wrath by Elise Kova, the 4th book in the Air Awakens series. And I hope that you all enjoy my review! I love the Air Awakens series so much, each and every novel takes you to a mind-blowing world! The 5th book is coming out very soon, and it's somewhat bittersweet to see it end. But I'm extremely excited to see what else Elise has up her sleeve.

 Here are my thoughts and review.

                                                      Review of Water's Wrath:

Okay, let me just put it our there, I talk about this series a lot... In Water's Wrath we start right off from where we left off in book 3 (Earth's End), which honestly was great because there was an extremely emotional cliffhanger. AND I NEEDED TO KNOW WHAT WAS GOING TO HAPPEN NEXT!!!

In each Air Awakens novel, Elise's story, world building, and character development gets thrown into the next novel. In Waters Wrath most of my questions were answered, so I wasn't left wondering as I was in the other novels. But don't get me wrong, at the end of Water's Wrath I was still left hanging. Just a little bit.. :)

It's evident that all of the characters in Water's Wrath like Fritz, Daniel, Baldair, Jax, Aldrik and Vhalla were so carefully shaped. It was quite a treat seeing some of my favorite characters (and not so favorite), grow, learn, and develop into the ending character they were made to be. And I'm very curious, excited, and overwhelmed to see what the final conclusion will be to each character.

There are many traits that Vhalla and I have in common, and that's one of the many reasons why I love her (but I'd never want to be in her shoes). Ever. Throughout Water's Wrath, Vhalla went through many trials that not only tested her strength, but her entire being. I'm still completely astonished of how strong Vhalla truly is. Her character has been through so much that I'm surprised she still exists at times. From the very beginning of the series, you can tell that Vhalla is such a beautifully strong character, and she's just become so much more throughout Water's Wrath.

Everything to do with Aldrik and Vhalla's relationship is addicting yet undeniably painful. The end of Earth's End was just a stab to the heart for me. When it come to Water's Wrath, it hurt to read at times, with the delicate state that both Aldrik and Vhalla were in. In the end, it makes me really impatient for the final novel (Crystal Crowned) because I need to know how this will end between them. Although with the conclusion of Water's Wrath, I'm actually quite pleased with the way it so far progressed.

Elise never ceases to shock me with her world building, it's absolutely beautiful, and it continued to grow throughout Water's Wrath. Elise peppers her story with so many events and emotions, it makes you wanting more. The political decisions that took place in the 4th book were also quite shocking. I don't want to say much, because I would spoil you all, but there were more than a handful of really important things that took place throughout the novel.

I read Water's Wrath in one sitting and it left a huge emotional impact on me. The pacing for this novel was beautiful, it started off with a slow rise, but the climax is super intense. Elise created a sense of evenness, and although there was so much going on, there still was enough room for everything in the story to pan out.

I cannot contain my excitement for the 5th and final book in the series! I wish July 12th would come sooner. The struggle is real... Anyways, I hope you all enjoyed my review. All of my previous reviews will be linked down below as well as more info about the author of Air Awakens, Elise Kova. Preorder links to Crystal Crowned and a new book that Elise is working on called The Alchemists of Loom, the first book in Elise's new high fantasy adult series called the Loom Saga.

Review of Air Awakens (1st book in the AA series)

Review of Fire Falling (2nd book in the AA series)

Review of Earth's End (3rd novel in the AA series)

Pre-order link to Crystal Crowned (5th novel in the AA series)

The Alchemists of Loom

To learn more about Elise Kova, please click here.

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