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- Print Length: 259 pages
- Publication Date: October 30, 2011
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B006181DE2
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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.Read more ›
Granger takes a different direction in this book. Instead of dealing with people who may be considered "bad witches" who are, summoning things, they should not, Shayna and friends have to deal with a magical creature that took it upon itself to enter our world and manipulate an unsuspecting boy. Jeremy is a troubled youth at school that Shay can sense has magic. She also hears the presence of the creature and rushes to Jeremy's aid.
Along the way, Shay has an encounter with the Fae. As it turns out Shay and her friend Jodi have been seeing fairies their whole life. The fairies end up guiding Shayna through her latest ordeal.
This story is a strong follow up to the first novel. It keeps the feel and look of all the characters while introducing different elements. The addition of the fairies is a good one in my opinion. It makes shays world seem all that more magical and opens up different possibilities for further down the series.
The only thing that I found disappointing was that despite the title, the real focus of the story was still on Shayna. There is nothing wrong with her as a character, but I would have liked a little bit more focus on her friend Jodi. Jodi is the air elemental of Shayna's coven. Jodi apparently comes into more power at the end but it is hard to see. I would have like to have seen more of what Jodi could do and see how her powers differ from Shayna's.
I would recommend this book as a continuation of the series and I recommend the series for people who like YA books but would like to see a little less emphasis on the romance aspect and more battling the forces of evil.
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.Read more ›
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I loved the part when Shauna Granger wrote about the faerie folk,when one of them aren't as what they seemed to be to Jeremy. Read morePublished 1 month ago by nia holl
Great series. Some of the the way the story is told leaves me a little confused. Also it feels like there should be something a little more to the plot. Read morePublished 14 months ago by ANR*2
Great series of books, I enjoy the fact that it does have some authentication on the elements. Really great read.Published 16 months ago by Tammy
Another great story in the elemental series!! Can't wait to start the next one in the series!!Published on July 22, 2014 by Amazon Customer
The trio and their dates decide to go out for a fun night. They go to a coffee shop where Jeremy gets up to read some poetry. Read morePublished on June 28, 2014 by Kristina Snyder
Air is a very well written sequel. The plotting is very good. There was a need for a speed check and a proof reader but all in all this was an enjoyable book.Published on June 21, 2014 by Anne Chance
Even though this is more a teen series, I am in my 40's and enjoyed it! I can't wait to read the next book!Published on February 20, 2014 by Tracy Briant
I myself, am very much in love with this series. I like magic, elements, and all that fun stuff, so I really liked this series. Read morePublished on January 7, 2014 by Emma
This was a very good installment of the Elemental Series. The story of Shay and her friends experiences with the Fae was a perfect read.Published on November 23, 2013 by witchygirl
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