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Cover reveal: Elementals 5, The hands of time!
Time is running out. War
will be waged. Sacrifices will be made.
Months ago, Nicole Cassidy’s life was turned upside-down when she
discovered that she was a witch descended from the Greek gods. She and the four
other witches gifted with elemental powers fought all over the world—and in
another dimension—to battle the supporters of the Titans and fight for the
people they love.
Now the Elementals must stop Typhon—the most dangerous monster in
the world—from rising, and seal the portal to the dangerous prison world of
Kerberos. But they won’t be able to do that without facing their hardest
decision yet… a sacrifice so great that it may be one they’re not willing to
Get ready for the
stunning, action-packed conclusion to the bestselling Elementals series, with
twists and turns that you’ll never see coming!
Okay. Just say this. It's a horror. When I suggested it to my friend we had no idea and then we watched it and it was a bloody horror. But, it was amazing. A bit bloody, but amazing.
The movie starts off on a good note which is really good because it means that it has been well made and that is proven throughout the whole movie. As the movie continues on it progressively gets better in terms of story.
The characters are very well done and acted by amazing people.
The movie has a total of 7 characters. The astronauts Hugh Derry, Miranda North, Rory Adams, David Jordan, Sho Kendo and Katerina Golovinka are on the space station ISS.
The crew receives soil samples from Mars after 8 months of waiting. Hugh is a biologist and he takes a sample from the soil and finds a living organism. He changes the atmosphere and gives it glucose and it starts to grow.
After a couple of days they have a video call to earth where they get given a name for the organism. Calvin.
I think that this is an amazing book. Having read it in one day, I somehow managed to connect to Kahlen and her thought process. The way that Siren mythology has been incorporated into this book is amazing and I love it. Being the age I am (14) I find that Kiera Cass has written a book that I will never forget as I go through my teen years because it is something that I really enjoy. I loved the mythology, I loved Her and how she treats the Sirens as Her children. I love the relationship between Kahlen and Anikli because it is something that a lot of fictional characters don't seem to have. I will defiantly read it again one day but for now I will just let this amazing plot sit in my head.