In the world of Mirmina, some people are born with special gifts. They can control the elements-Water, Fire, Wind, Earth, or Lightning. Endowed with these powers, Elementals must maintain the balance of nature or suffer the consequences: whirling hurricanes and great dust storms that ravage the land. When one Elemental becomes too powerful and seeks to unravel the balance, he inspires fear in the people of Mirmina. Hephaestus, a Fire Elemental, has built a kingdom in the mountains, and he has been killing Water Elementals. Now, he wants the spheres, the source of the Elementals' powers, and he will do whatever it takes to get them.
When Sara discovers that she is the last surviving Water Elemental, she learns that she has two choices, to hide herself away forever or to face her enemy. She chooses to fight. Sara sets out on her journey with a group of brave companions. Together, they must battle Sphere Protectors, great beasts that guard the element spheres. Sara plans to stop Hephaestus before he gets the element spheres and uses them to force all other Elementals to their knees. But little does she know, there is a traitor in her midst who can undo everything.
The Elementals is a young adult fantasy novel about magic, betrayal, and the misuse of power.
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"It is a treat to have a fantasy series that just keeps getting better and better leading to a fantastic conclusion that will leave you wanting more!" - Goodreads Review
"One of the best fantasy beginnings I've ever read. The book overall was extremely entertaining. It goes into the can't put it down category" -Tower Books Review
The Elementals is the first book in The Elemental series. Book Two, The Council, is now available.
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Easily one of the best fantasy books I've ever read. The author is very good at describing the charactors, painting a vivid picture for the reader. Moreover the plot is fantastic. The book hooks you from the beginning. It is an impressive journey and challenge to defeat the tyrant with many twists and turns along the way. The ending is the perfect segway to the second book (The Council) Which I am currently in the middle of reading. I will write a review upon my completion.