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Air (Elements of Power Book 3) (English Edition) van [James, Heather]
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I needed air.

I was gasping, but my lungs refused to take any in.

Jasmine's world is crumbling around her. Still reeling from the discovery of her parents' identities, she is forced to face the repercussions of her actions in the Helian Realm, while her beloved home is besieged by Helian attackers. And she still can't control her powers.

Roxy is confronted by the realisation that she has travelled across the Realms for a boy who thinks she betrayed him. A boy dating the girl who sold her out. And even while freezing in the Arcan Realm it seems she can't escape Cinaer's grasp.

Time is running out for the girls to save the world - and the boy - they love. But to have any chance of defeating Cinaer, they are going to have to work together. Cinaer is on a warpath and he's not giving up until he has secured the Helian throne - even if he has to reduce the Arcan Realm to dust in the process.

Air is the gripping final installment of the Elements of Power trilogy.


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5.0 van 5 sterren Five Stars 30 oktober 2015
door nana afua annoh - Gepubliceerd op
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I read Air in less than a day. It was that gud. Through out the other books, water and fire, i couldnt wait for heather to update. Air was the longest and most detailed. Roxy, Jasmine,Brae and Tristan matured throught the books. And Cinear. Well lets just say he was a fun character. I loved Air because it brought together the four realms and gave an indication that change was acceptable even if it would be a gradual process. Heather writes in a way that keeps u turning the pages and wanting to knw what happens next. I loved reading about Jasmines transformation frm scared naive girl to one who knew and understood her importance and hw to correct her mistakes. And i love roxy. Her fiesty attitude n her learning that the world didnt revolve around her. The girls journey was slow but they got there. Eventually. With help frm their friends. I was sad at their losses and happy at their triumphs. Congracts heather your book is truely remarkable. I did nt expect smething like this wen i started but am glad i did.
5.0 van 5 sterren Air is love Air is Life 14 maart 2015
door valentine - Gepubliceerd op
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This book was amazing. It had enough character depth to engage the reader as it really showed what he characters had been through. We see the way they've changed and how they've grown. This book was amazing and deserves to be in stores
5.0 van 5 sterren A great end to a wonderful series 13 maart 2015
door Dreams - Gepubliceerd op
When I was first contacted to read and provide an honest review of Fire, I was excited by the possibilities the novel offered.

Two books later, that excitement hasn't faded any.

Our heroes were back again for their final adventure. But danger was closer than ever, and Cinaer wasn't taking any prisoners this time around. Roxy had finally found Brae, after her adventures in the last book, only the reunion does not go as planned. Things were just as uncertain for Jasmine as they were for Roxy. Just when things started coming together after her shock from book two, she's forced to come to terms with her actions that have led the story thus far.

I loved Roxy. Somewhere along the way during Water, Roxy really became the focus of the novel for me. Jasmine was intriguing, but she was so focused on her lie that I couldn't really connect with her. Roxy on the other hand, I got her. Not only was she a fun character when she was all bad and fiery, but over the course of the three books she became a character that was really inspirational.

I must say Heather James does a wonderful job with her character transformations.

The characters really make this story succeed. Air, like the first two books, is told in alternating point of views between Roxy and Jasmine, so we really get to see the final stage of their transformation first hand. But other characters like Brae and Tristan have equally important and fascinating character arcs that she really brings through each page as well.

Brae was ok. There was a moment where he really got on my nerves with how he reacted to a certain incident. I can't blame him for being upset, but it was a bit too aggravating. Not quite hypocritical, but like failure of perfection was intolerable. Like I said, I understand the why, but it made me like him less as a person. Which doesn't make a lot of sense as I sit here thinking about it because I cannot explain my dislike in a satisfactory manner.

Tristan was a fun character from the moment he was introduced. Here was a boy who had games and schemes, but just when you think you saw him and understood what he had planned, Tristan completely changed things up. I loved that. He was unpredictable, and a bit -ok, a whole lot- on the badboy scale.

I really cannot beheld accountable for my love of the badboy character. And boy does Tristan have a surprise or two left for us before the end.

We have been building to this moment -war- since page one of Fire.

The conflict between the four different elements, the four countries has reached the point where winning side will completely change the fate of their world. Cinaer was one hell of a baddie, and he had a lot planned for our heroes this go around. I hated him so much, but I loved him as a character. He was smart, and didn't make the stereotypical underestimating our heroes mistakes you sometimes see in books.

The fantastical elements of this series really came out to play in this one. Everything we've learned about the Protectors and their powers was important and drove our story. There were elements mentioned in book one, things I'd forgotten about, that suddenly were back in action. There was a certain twist that I sat there trying to figure out how something happened but never saw the actual solution coming.

The first part of this book seemed to be focused more on the characters and their lies and confessions and interactions finally coming to task. Every single choice and decision they have made since the beginning had a consequence and the author does a wonderful job pulling all there books together. While they still had some decisions to make before the end, once the action started, the drums were sounded and war was on.

From there, the focus shifted to survival. Yet, it wasn't just survival as in living. It was about surviving as in not losing who you were too. I was very upset when the story ended. Don't get me wrong, I loved the ending, I just want more. I am not ready to give these characters up.

A reread is certainly in the forecast.

Words To Live By

"Perhaps, she should learn not to place her trust in the people she has betrayed." (7%)

"I was infinitely darker and more broken than she was. Even for him I could never be perfect; it just wasn't who I was. If I told him that, I would risk losing him. But if I kept quiet, I risked losing myself instead." (27%)

"I'm not sure anymore whether people are telling me the truth, or telling me what I want they think I want to hear." (53%)


This is my number one indie series that I have read in the past few years. If you like fantasy YA with complex characters, a fun world, and plot that keeps you guessing, then I highly recommend this series.
4.0 van 5 sterren Air 17 april 2015
door Jonel - Gepubliceerd op
James picks up this story where we left off in the previous novel. She writes with the same polished, inviting style that we’ve come to appreciate from her while at the same time throwing in a few twists that readers would never expect. James brings her fantasy world to the forefront of readers’ minds via her vibrant descriptions that allow readers to place themselves in the story. Although geared towards a YA novel this is definitely a story that will be enjoyed by readers of all ages.

The dual perspectives in this novel really let you get to know a lot about the female leads. By this point in time readers know them quite well. I enjoyed seeing their perspectives on what was going on infused throughout. James brings the entire cast to life in a larger than life manner that really captures your attention. I love how she develops not only the individual characters but the different peoples of this world. Readers get to know the different customs associated with each. It’s truly a unique experience.

As a whole, this was definitely a one of a kind conclusion to James’ series. James ties up all of the loose ends well while taking readers on a fantastical journey, but yet never closes off the possibility that there will be more to come. But I will warn readers that it is just that, a conclusion to the series. One should really read the series in order for the full effect.

Please note that I received a complimentary copy of this work in exchange for an honest review.
5.0 van 5 sterren KDH Reviews: Air 14 maart 2015
door Kayla Harrison - Gepubliceerd op
From the moment I started Air, it was hard to put down. We're thrust right into the action we saw coming at the end of Water and it continues pretty steadily until the very end. No spoilers here, but I was happy with the ending all around.

The Elements of Power series was solid from book one until the very end. There's excellent world and character building, a strong storyline, and a satisfying conclusion. This is a definite recommendation for those that enjoy fantasy.

* This book was received from the author in exchange for an honest review. *