Crystal Crowned (Air Awakens Series Book 5)

Crystal Crowned (Air Awakens Series Book 5)

by Elise Kova

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ISBN-13: 9781619844780
Publisher: Price World Publishing
Publication date: 07/12/2016
Series: Air Awakens Series , #5
Pages: 434
Sales rank: 108,187
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.40(h) x 0.90(d)
Age Range: 13 - 17 Years

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Crystal Crowned (Air Awakens Series Book 5) 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I was so excited for this book to come out!!!! And it didn't disappoint!!! It was amazing just like the others in this series!!!! It was a great ending to the series!!!
Shannon_Miz More than 1 year ago
Since this is the end of the series, I am not going to say too much about this book. Of course because of spoilers from the first four books, but also because no one wants details on how a series ends! If you're anything like me, you basically want to know if I loved it, if it made me stabby, or somewhere in between. Good news, I did love it! And I will tell you why: -I think it ended at a good place for the story, anything more would have been overkill and anything less would have been unfinished. And it was satisfying, which is huge in a series end. -The characters developed beautifully, as I had very little doubt that they would! I miss them, I do. It's hard to let go, especially when I was so, so invested in them. But I let them go at least feeling like their stories had been told, and I can't ask for anything more than that. -I had lots of feelings. As usual with this series, I laughed, I cried, I swooned. There was a great mix of emotions, which has always been one of the best parts of the Air Awakens series for me, and Crystal Crowned was no different. -The focus on family and friendship was definitely at an all time high, and I loved it. The romance was on point, as usual. I won't tell you any more than that, because spoilers! The only real thing I didn't fully love is that its predecessor (Water's Wrath) was so incredibly emotional and powerful, that this one perhaps paled a bit in comparison. I don't think it's a bad thing, necessarily, because I would not have been happy if the series had ended at the point Water's Wrath did. In fact, I really think I would have been unhappy if Crystal Crowned had been done any differently. I think it was the perfect wrap up for the series, even if I did find Water's Wrath to be a bit stronger. Bottom Line: Look, if you haven't read this series, do it . There is no reason not to, now that the series is complete and no one has to worry about Finale Fright! I really loved every single minute of this series and Vhalla and company will always have a place in my heart. The writing was gorgeous, the characters were incredibly well developed, and I enjoyed the world tremendously. I really can't think of any reason not to read this series and about a million reasons to read it, so there you have it.
bftreviews More than 1 year ago
What I Loved First of all, I loved this whole series. All of Vhalla’s adventures and experiences made for a wonderful story and I’m extremely glad I picked this series up. I highly recommend it to everyone. Now onto this book! I love that we finally get to see our power couple actually working together and accepting that they’re going to be together forever. I’m not using names in case I spoil it (even though it’s pretty obvious) but those of you who have been following Vhalla’s story know exactly who I’m talking about. They’ve had a lot of rough patches throughout this series but they’re starting to plan a future together and that was really nice to see. I just liked seeing them together and not being forced apart for once. I was glad that the author didn’t wait until the very end to push them together. I also really loved the ending of this book. It was sad like the end of a war should be but it was also happy enough to satisfy me that everything is going to be ok. I really enjoyed reading the epilogue and would love to see more stories revolving around this series in the future. *hint hint* One last thing that stood out to me was that we actually got to see a lot of our secondary characters in this book. We go back to some childhood homes and learn how some of our characters got to where they are now. I loved learning more about these characters because they’ve slowly become my favourites throughout the whole series. What I Didn't Like I had extremely high expectations going into this book and I think the initial disappointment after seeing that this last book wasn’t going the way I wanted it to stayed with me throughout the whole story and brought me down a little. This is a great book and a very nice (somewhat happy) ending to the series but I just thought that this particular book didn’t live up to the epicness that the other books brought. I’m by no means saying that this was a bad book though! Just that expectations are enough to ruin a book for you if you’re not careful and my expectations ruined this ending for me. Also Water’s Wrath was my favourite book and I think it was hard to follow after it because I loved it so much. After a general disappointment at the epicness of this book, there wasn’t a lot of specific things that I didn’t like about this book. The one thing that stands out at me is something (I don’t want to spoil!) happens to Vhalla that should be a huge deal but it’s almost like nobody cares or even acknowledges that it happens. Even though it’s a big deal and important to our story! Just a teeny tine pet peeve. Who I'd Recommend To This is an excellent book (and series) for fantasy and magic lovers. Magic is a huge part of this fantasy world so if you love magic as much as I do then you’ll love this story. It’s also a great story for those people who are tired of reading the same fantasy books over and over again. This series will only increase your love of fantasy. See the full review at Books for Thought