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This Series Just Keeps Getting Better
on February 16, 2017
When you think this series couldn't get better, it does. This is the third book in the Elemental Mysteries series and it's full of great prose. We continue to follow Gio and Beatrice on the hunt for her father and Lorenzo. This eventually leads them to the island of The Eight Immortals. We are also introduced to a new secondary character, Baojia, a water vampire of Beatrice's many greats Grandfather. He ends up travelling with them to Mount Penglai. Of course, Tenzin, one of Gio's best friends, is featured more in this book. She's a gem, a mighty force in a small package, and hilarious to boot.
This book is so well written, it is so hard to put down. I don't know how Elizabeth Hunter keeps coming up with these works of art. I cannot fault anything, since everything written is done in such a way, that you could just imagine yourself there in the pages. You almost feel like you are standing there and part of the story. I know when a book is that good, when I can't wait to get home from to pick the book up again. Or I find myself thinking about it when I'm at work. I will be picking up the last book in this series.