Breath of Air (The Dryad Quartet, #1)

Breath of Air (The Dryad Quartet, #1)

by Katie Jennings

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BN ID: 2940046244311
Publisher: Katie Jennings
Publication date: 08/12/2014
Series: Dryad Quartet , #1
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 365,670
File size: 2 MB

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Breath of Air 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book really took me by surprise. I couldn't put it down. Loved every second. The thought process and beauty behind each story, each character, is amazing. Well done!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Jennings has drawn upon Greek mythology to introduce a modern and intriguing fantasy world. Filled with romance, suspense, colorful characters and a dash of demons - float away with Breath of Air and immerse yourself in the enchanting world of Euphora.
kleokatra More than 1 year ago
OMG!!! This book was SO good!!! It started out a bit slow and too centered in the young adult drama for me, but I'm glad I stuck with it. I was thrilled that Katie Jennings shared my love for Rian and opened up his character. I liked him immediately, was drawn to his protective, solitary nature and squeed when he protected Capri from getting her hair wet in the rain with his shirt. I was beyond grateful to not be involved in yet another impossibly stupid love triangle, but to have Capri know who she wanted almost from the start and to watch as they grew together. I can't wait to see what the next book brings.Breath of Air is a resounding 5 star for all the hopeful romantics out there! Absolutely loved it. <3
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Archaeolibrarian More than 1 year ago
This is the debut novel from Katie Jennings and not only did I love it but I've immediately put the next 3 on my wishlist! This book tells the story of Capri, a just turned 18 year old orphan who is just branching out on her own from the orphanage. She goes to the park to wonder what on earth she is going to do and whilst she is there she meets a "knight in shining armour", Liam. He recognises her for what she is - an Air Dryad and takes her home with him to Eurphora. I won't say anything else about the storyline as you need to read it for yourself. I won't be able to tell it better than Katie Jennings as she has done such a wonderful job of describing everything in detail without getting too weighted down. The story develops in a free flowing and natural way and Capri grows into her own being with class and quiet confidence. It's quite nice to have a main female that by her own admission is "timid". It makes a change from the usual troubled warrior princess styles. There are a few characters in this book but you won't be too overwhelmed. And don't forget, this spreads over 4 books so you'll get your chance to 'meet' them all properly. The leads are all quite young but they are balanced out by the "elder generation" who have sparks of their own! This is a novel with excellent time-keeping and with a storyline that plots and develops smoothly with no annoying jerks or disruptions. As the leads are all quite young (18 ish) I guess this could be put in the YA genre but for me, it is firmly in Fantasy! Merissa Archaeolibrarian - I Dig Good Books!
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Author_Natalie_Gibson More than 1 year ago
This is not my normal genre and I am so glad that I strayed from the norm. Katie Jennings weaves a beautiful tale filled with vivid characters, intrigue, romance and adventure. The world she creates for the mystic beings that reside there and rule the elements around us and our very lives, is wonderfully rich. The Furies, the Fates, the Dryads, Mother Earth and Father Sky - this author can handle a large cast and each character retains their individuality, their voice. Capri is a wonderful heroine, so damaged but with such a wealth of untapped strength. She, an orphan (or so she thought), is thrown back into a world she had forgotten existed filled with people who know her, but whom she doesn't remember. Who can she trust? Who can she love? Why do the demons want to destroy her happiness so badly? I really enjoyed it and it is a masterpiece of its genre. I would be thrilled if my daughter picked it up. I cannot say anything negative about it. It is a YA, or at least PG, paranormal book and if that is what you are looking for, this is an EXCELLENT choice. I look forward to reading the others in the series and I really hope Dante gets a major role in a later book.