The Elementals (The Vespertine #3)
Meanwhile, midwestern farm boy Julian Birch has inherited the wanderlust that fueled his parents’ adventures. A childhood bout with polio has left him crippled, but he refuses to let his di...more
I have read a lot of great books. And this series i...more
This was the entire description I read before requesting it: “Kate Witherspoon has lived a bohemian life with her artist parents. In 1917, the new art form of the motion picture is changing entertainment—and Kate is determined to become a director.
Meanwhile, midwestern farm boy Julian Birch has...more
Neither The Vespertine nor The Springsweet were perfect novels, but they numbed my brain for a while and I enjoyed them for the most part. The Elementals, which focuses on the children of the heroines from each of the past two books, is in an entirely different ballpark compared to the two novels that preceded it in the trilogy. It's got an ending you won't easily forget, but that's not necess...more
They changed the title! Aetherborn was soooo much cooler dude!!!
Yaay!!!! Cover!!!! Whoever it is looks epic!!!!
Can I get a synopsis already? Like, you know, a general plot outline? Anyone? Please?
By: Saundra Mitchell
Rating: 3.5 stars
The Elementals is a continuation from the two kids of The Birches and The Witherspoons. Obviously. Anyways, Kate. She's a wild, free, and "bubbly" (as bubbly as you can get with Amelia Witherspoon.) person, who isn't afraid of anything really and holds those dear to her close to her heart. She thinks her power is useless, but it is SO AMAZING for her filming obsession. And that bitch Mollie! God! She is like one of those...more
I was thrilled about the final book being released and have anticipated it for ages. I was eager to read about the children of the heroines of the first t...more
For almost ten years, she was the sole screenwriter for the Book of Stories, On...more