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She manages to get back to Brecken, however almost as soon as they find each other his memory of her is wiped!
Holy crap on a cracker this book is amazing! I love the witty banter between Claire and Alisa. It's hilarious to see the two alpha personalities pair off against one another in the same body.
I was wondering the whole time if two ethereal entities could fist fight!
The pace is perfect, and I felt the frenzy building as the demons came closer to fulfilling their plan.
It hurt my heart in places, some of the sacrifices that are made in the name of goodness.
Excellent book, and I highly suggest that you read this series!!
Enter book two of the Ransomed Souls series. This book takes off one year after the last book.
Alissa and Brecken have been separated for a year and both are feeling the loss. Alissa is in Idir Shaol. Brecken is on earth completing his "human life" as required to receive redemption. In her determination to see Brecken once more, Alissa breaks the rules for one last visit and inadvertently becomes a pawn in the evil one's plan. Brecken must remember who he is and find way to save Alissa and defeat the evil Bas Iblis.
Ms. Cunningham has a wonderful way with words. The story is well written and egaging. It pulls you in and leaves you anxious to turn each page. I enjoyed meeting new characters and I was biting my nails to see how they could possibly save Alissa.
On a personal note, content wise, I did have a hard time accepting that the side of good, those siding with God and angels, needed to use powers from hell (magic) in order to defeat Bas Iblis. Katelyn, aka the Elementalist, had wonderful growth as a character but I would have like to see her learn how to tap into "good super powers" instead, going along with her change of heart. If good really needed evil powers in order to win, it shows that good was actually weaker than evil. That doesn't sit well with me, and doesn't flow with how the author presents the good vs evil thing.
I was given a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own and in no way influenced by the author or publisher.
It was a couple of years ago when I read the first book in this series – Reluctant Guardian. What I remember from it is its cliff hanger ending. I mentioned in the review I wrote for it is I really wanted to read book two. That became especially true after seeing the cover for The Elementalist. Now that I've stated that, what I can say is that it picks up a year after the closing events of Reluctant Guardian. If you're interested in this series, I highly recommend reading book one, as it will make reading book two make more sense, and establishes the main characters and their background stories.
A lot of the main characters return: Alisa, the guardian, who has continued her training, and Brecken, the teenager she was assigned guardianship over. There's the introduction of several new characters, including Claire, the titular Elementalist. I wasn't sure what to think of her at first, but the further into the book I read, the more I began to like her. I think there's potential there, and I'm hoping that if there's a third book, we'll get to see more of her and her mother. There are a lot of chapters in this book, but they're short and I think the book flowed rather well.
Raphael returns as well. This book reminded me of why he's one of my favorite secondary characters in the series. There are also some new revelations, and the ending of the book is open enough that there's there's room for a third book in the series. If so, I really want to read it as well.
My rating of The Elementalist is 4/5 Platypires.
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