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ARC Review: The Hands of Time (Elementals #5) by Michelle Madow - Such a bittersweet ending! {Spoiler Free}🌟💗




Time is running out. War will be waged. Sacrifices will be made.

Months ago, Nicole Cassidy’s life was turned upside-down when she discovered that she was a witch descended from the Greek gods. She and the four other witches gifted with elemental powers fought all over the world—and in another dimension—to battle the supporters of the Titans and fight for the people they love.

Now the Elementals must stop Typhon—the most dangerous monster in the world—from rising, and seal the portal to the dangerous prison world of Kerberos. But they won’t be able to do that without facing their hardest decision yet… a sacrifice so great that it may be one they’re not willing to make.

Get ready for the stunning, action-packed conclusion to the bestselling Elementals series, with twists and turns that you’ll never see coming!

Series: Elementals #5

Source: Sent by the author in exchange for an honest review.
Format: ebook
Pages: 183
Genre: YA fantasy + Greek Mythology + Romance
Rating: 5 Stars
Publisher: Dreamscape Publishing
Release Date: November 25th, 2016


My Thoughts...
I've been a huge fan of this series since the inception of this remarkable series and I've had so much fun reading, I cannot believe it's over! I've fallen for each of the five Elementals over the course of the series and I couldn't ask for a better ending to this wonderfully magical series! 

Each and every time I pick up a book in this series I'm never displeased. Each book gets better and the pacing is absolutely thrilling! That's right, you don't have to worry about a slow book in this series, each book is fast-paced and a blast to read! 

Now let's get into the things I liked and let's use a list...because I know how y'all love em! 

Likes (in no particular order):

  1. The fast-paced storyline- Never a dull moment.
  2. The adventure- I love how everyone comes together as a team and puts their minds together to figure out solutions. Think Indiana Jones mixed with The Secret Circle
  3. Romance Galore- No insta love here folks...the romance within the pages of this book is done right with plenty of feels and smile-worthy moments. No, this isn't a romance per say, but it is an action-adventure with just right the right amount of romance.YAY!
  4. Mythological Creatures Abound- Both good & bad, well mostly bad but they most certainly keep things interesting! 
  5. I couldn't be happier with end ending- Seriously...I cannot think of one single thing that wasn't wrapped up perfectly. 

*I am secretly hoping that Michelle decides to maybe write a spin-off to the Elementals series. Maybe something revolving around a certain character who happened to be in the epilog?

Dislikes:
  1. NONE! 
All in all:
If you're looking for a fast-paced book that's fun and exciting then this one is for you! 

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