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Crystal Crowned (Air Awakens Series Book 5) (English Edition) Format Kindle
Long live Solaris.
One bloodthirsty ruler has been overthrown by another, casting the shadow of death over the Solaris Empire. Vhalla Yarl stands upon the stage of fate, prepared to do battle one final time. Fragile alliances will be tested and new bonds will be formed as the world is reshaped. She fights as the champion of peace, but when the night is darkest will she be able to pay the price of a new dawn?
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- ASIN : B01MG62UV5
- Éditeur : Silver Wing Press (27 octobre 2016)
- Langue : Anglais
- Taille du fichier : 4621 KB
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- Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 440 pages
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That, or you're waiting to find out if you should start it, if the end is worth it.
I'll sum up three of the best aspects of this series as a whole.
FIRST. The character development is amazing. I started out seeing myself in Vhalla, to the extent that I became known as Actually Vhalla Yarl when talking with Kova and some other bloggers. However, this changed over time. Vhalla grew enormously, and she became the kind of fierce, determined, compassionate leader that I want to be. She became my role model. Aldrik also changed a lot, starting off as a dark, brooding, distant prince and become a strong, kind and caring man that I am even more in love with.
SECOND. The world building is insane. Kova designed the entire continent, thinking about the physical landscapes, the customs and cultures, the histories, the languages... Historical events came up in conversation and affected the present. Even the future was tied in. She made this world complete, but she also left some mystery in there surrounding the world outside the empire. Here's hoping there's a reason for that!
THIRD. Kova planned these books down to the tiniest detail. These weren't just sequential substories. No, this was one big intertwining tale, with crumbs left throughout the series leading up to the big finale in Crystal Crowned. When I started Air Awakens, I had no idea where the story would go. I was not expecting the massive twists that would be thrown at me along the way.
I only have two niggles about Crystal Crowned. One, I didn't like what happened to Daniel. It kills me. Did he have to be cast aside like that? Two, the writing style seemed different from the first four books, and while it wasn't bad, the difference quirked me a little. Oh, and while this is shelved as Young Adult, I would personally put it in New Adult, as Vhalla is 18+ from halfway through the first book, and Aldrik is in his 20s! Other than that, though, I loved it!
Final verdict? Should you read this series? If you love big, epic, high fantasies and elemental magic, you have to.
It should have stopped at book 4.
The first 4 we’re enthralling and easy to read. They made you want to know what happened next. This one felt cobbled together in a slow drag of stuff. I skipped loads in the middle. It was just too painful to read through it.
Such a shame. Really disappointed. Not sure I want to move onto the next series.
Aside from that I was/am reading a similar yet IMO better series (Sarah J Mass) alongside this one and got them a little confused as they both have female heroines.
The main character was so relatable that you couldn't help but bond with her from the get go. It has a fantastic romance arc that continues through all the books keeping you unsure of what will happen.
This series is heartbreaking and yet uplifting at the same time and I couldn't recommend it more!