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Air (Elemental Series Book 2) Kindle Edition

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  • File Size: 742 KB
  • Print Length: 259 pages
  • Publication Date: October 30, 2011
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B006181DE2
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Like so many other writers, Shauna grew up as an avid reader, but it was in high school that she realized she wanted to be a writer. She released the first installment of her Paranormal YA Series, The Elemental Series, Earth, on May 1, 2011 and has since released four sequels, with the series coming to an end with Spirit. In December of 2013 she released the first in her Paranormal Post-Apocalyptic trilogy (Ash And Ruin Trilogy), World of Ash. Be sure to also check out her newest series: The Matilda Kavanagh Novels about a spunky witch just trying to pay her rent in West Hollywood. Shauna is currently hard at work on one too many projects, trying to organize the many voices in her head. It's a writer thing.

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Mandy on October 17, 2012
Format: Paperback
The Shayna, Jodi and Steven are back for a new adventure in Air. Shayna hasn't figure out how she feels about Jensen but he agreed to date her and join her friends. They catch one of their classmates Jeremy McCormick being tormented by his brother, and when he runs away upset they hear the sound of thousands of tiny wings. Which causes them to suspect that Jeremy might have gotten into something to over his head. When Shayna confronts him he tosses her over a balcony in anger and reveals his connection to fairies. Shayna is confronted by a the fairy princess who warns her about something coming.

The police arrest Jeremy after the attack on Shayna, and the trio sweet talks the police into letting Shayna. She speaks to him through a phone, learning what's really going on but Jeremy is a suspicious guy who starts to question her reasoning for wanting to befriend him and goes into a rage destroying the phone and having to be sedated. Jeremy escapes from the police station and starts to cause havoc on the city he attacks his brother, after being tortured in the past by them. The trio needs to protect their friends as well as Jeremy's father because he's angry and gotten himself into a mess.

I enjoyed Air as much as I did Earth I was really happy to see that Shayna has taken the chance to get to know Jensen and that they are giving dating a chance. I was hoping for a little more about Jodi since she is after all the air elemental but I wasn't disappointed by the story. Like the first it sucks your attention in till you hit the last page leaving you wanting more. Which is exactly what I look for in a book if it can't hold my attention while I noise going on in the background and my mind racing a mile a minute then odds are I won't be able to finish it.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By William Horton on December 6, 2012
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I am sure some will think it's silly but I have always believed in fairies. This book just takes that belief and makes it real. I love the story line. I love that another character gets a chance to shine even though this is a sequel and I love that it was done with such style. This is a very good read, couldn't put it down!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Lisa on January 18, 2012
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After a run-in with a demon last year, Shayna and her two best friends are excited to get ready for a relaxing rest of the year. Shayna's main goal is to learn to control her powers over the element of earth. Of course, things are never that easy. Shayna, Jodi, and Steven see someone they know get humiliated by him own brother in front of an open mic crowd. Things get very strange after that though as they discover that this boy has a group of fairy-like creatures working for him. These "fairies" are unlike any Shayna has ever seen though. Soon Shayna herself is in trouble, and the boy will stop at nothing to get back not only at those he has been hurt by but Shayna's loved ones as well. Shayna, Jodi, and Steven will have to pull out some impressive magic to get out of this.

I was excited to read this book after having read the first book of the series, and I was not disappointed. Air continued the adventures of Shayna and her friends in a fun way. I loved that the plot was so different though from the first book. Instead of dark demons we have evil fairies. No really, it was awesome. There is a lot of fairy-lore in the book, which I really enjoyed. Jodi and Steven continued to be some of the best sidekicks and friends a girl could ask for. If there was anything that bothered me, it was Shayna (especially as she dealt with Jensen). I just felt like she was really focused on herself and didn't give Jensen a chance to adjust to what was going on. That was really just a tiny thing though.

While this book is the second in the series, it certainly stands on its own very well. I found the plot to be very interesting. There were even a few surprises. All the characters were give a chance to grow in both personality and in their powers.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Lit_Cat on October 6, 2012
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i enjoyed this second book in the "Elemental" series very much. Liked the plot and loved reading how the characters are evolving in their talents. I would recommend this book.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By LisNoir on November 1, 2012
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I was a bit disappointed with Air.

I saw Air and, since it's Jodie's element, I was hoping the book would focus more on Jodi and let her be in the spotlight, without Shayna. Maybe even let her be the narrator as she explores these changes happening to her. That doesn't happen. I mean, Shayna does sort of tells us: "Oh, Jodi's magic is stronger now." But it's just not the same even with those cool extra abilities Shayna has.

Shayna hasn't changed, at all. I disliked how in this book her patronizing and angry self grew right along with her powers. And she has a new victim, Jensen, who is now in a very casual relationship with her. I also dislike how she has no qualms about unleashing her powers on her friends, for her benefit, yet is skeptic to do it to the "bad" guy in self defense.

I also don't understand why Jodi and Steven- love him!- are shown to look like beginner novices almost throughout the whole book when they are certainly nothing of the sort. I mean, neither seems like a slacker when it comes to their powers, so they would be doing their homework and honing their powers. Especially Jodi, if she really feels that big a rivalry towards Shayna.

BUT! Shayna does have her moments when shows she cares about her friends, like when Steven had that little "accident" in the backyard or when she's covering Jodi's eyes so Jodi doesn't see something horrible happening. She just needs to work with her anger problems just as much as she works with her magic.

One of my favorite things about this book, is the plot. I like how Granger introduces new characters and lets us wonder what their roles in the story will be. I also loved that the plot had faeries intertwined to it.
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