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Water's Wrath (Air Awakens #4)

4.15  ·  Rating details ·  6,595 Ratings  ·  573 Reviews
Librarian turned sorcerer. Sorcerer turned hero. Hero turned puppet.

The Solaris Empire found victory in the North and, at the cost of her heart and her innocence, Vhalla Yarl has earned her freedom. But the true fight is only beginning as the secret forces that have been lurking in the shadows, tugging at the strings of Vhalla's fate, finally come to light. Nowhere is safe
Paperback, 362 pages
Published April 24th 2016 by Silver Wing Press
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Elise Kova There's been so much speculation around this question that I don't think I can give any answer without it being a spoiler for the story in some way.…moreThere's been so much speculation around this question that I don't think I can give any answer without it being a spoiler for the story in some way. But, it is abundantly clear once you read the book!(less)
Elise Kova By the end of book 4, here are all the would-be ages of the "original" characters:

Aldrik - 25
Vhalla - 19
Baldair - 22
Fritz - 21
Jax - 23
Elecia - 18
By the end of book 4, here are all the would-be ages of the "original" characters:

Aldrik - 25
Vhalla - 19
Baldair - 22
Fritz - 21
Jax - 23
Elecia - 18
Daniel - 20
Larel - 24

Aldrik and Jax would be the closest to their birthdays by the end of Book 4.

Hope this helps!

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Katerina Kondrenko
3 out of 10

Ревью в моем блоге/This review on my blog
Living A Thousand Lives
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X Ambassadors – Unsteady
Digital Daggers – Surrender
Iggy Azalea – Heavy Crown (Instrumental)

Genre: high-fantasy, upper-YA
Stuff: elemental magic, sorcerers
Fail: predictability, romance as a plot-goal
POV: 3rd-person, female
Love-Geometry: none

“He was a reckless
Christine Wallflower & Dark Romance Junkie
"Believe in me!" Aldrick's voice rose by a fraction before softening.
"I have crawled out of deeper holes this past year. Believe I can do this, because if you will be by my side, I will let nothing stop me."

I can't believe I've just finished reading the fourth book in this series. I read the first book last year, and ever since I started its been a continuous roller coaster of emotions. Vhalla Yarl has matured so much throughout this entire series, from being the shy librarian to becoming the
Feb 04, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: fantasy, favorites, arc
“He was a reckless fool,and I was a girl pulled along by puppet strings.The fire burned too hot,and we didn't notice until it consumed everything.”

I am not lost for words often.I tend to babble and gush over the things I like and love until my mouth dries and my voice falters.But talking about Water's Wrath,talking about the book that eradicated my ability to think or dream about anything besides it feels way too personal.Like exposing my bare soul.But I will do it.Because you,yes you who ar
Ben Alderson
Jan 10, 2017 rated it really liked it
I read this one in one sitting as well, literally have read three of these books in two days. I can not get enough.,

I cried in this one, a lot of crying. I can not believe all the things that happened.

I am so nervous about reading and finishing the last one, Elise is killing me

I am trash for this

Buddy-read with my partner in "rolling our eyes all the way through the book" Katerina

This series is like a balloon slowly loosing air and falling, falling, falling until there's no air left at all. From the very start I really liked this series, though it wasn't unique, at least it was entertaining and Aldrik and Vhalla's relationship, which always was the main theme of the series, was something I liked to observe. In Earth's End it was no longer an option, because the characters' behavior was

Ann (annreads)
Dec 11, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: favorites, own
*Reread March 2018*

“We can make our own way; we always have.” Aldrik cupped her cheek boldly, and Vhalla didn’t stop him. “What have we to lose?”
“Is that all?”

Trust me, it gets worse with each time💀😂 I CAN’T EVEN WITH THIS BOOKS ANYMORE *keeps rereading them anyways*


*Reread January 2017*

“Love is far better to know, even if it slips from your grasp or doesn’t be
Brittney ~ Reverie and Ink
Y'all ready for this?

4.5 maybe? 5 at parts... and I can't even.. at other parts. Thank you EMMA for being my best bud during this series.

AJF:SLDKJF OKAY. Let me try to explain.

So I've been a conglomerate of mixed emotions in this series thus far. This is partly due to:
1. Aldrik and his craziness;
2. Vhalla and her character arc just making her the bomb diggity;
3. But most of all... the side characters in this series are the ABSOLUTE best. I'm talkin to you... Fritz, Jax, Elecia, Daniel, Daniel

(view spoiler)

I need to all the characters that are still alive, remain alive. Can you do that Elise? PLEASE.

This book's ending was the FREAKING WORST. Everything is wrong
Oct 29, 2015 marked it as to-read
Update 2/26/16

I have an unhealthy obsession with these covers, I can't even choose a favorite at this point. Prayers for my ship, I have faith. Maybe.
Wait. Back up. Those last three words.

"Her former lover."




Did I just read that line wrong? This better not be who I think it is. If it is, then Earth's End is going to shatter my heart into ugly fat pieces. No thank you please.
Cait • A Page with a View
Well that was all sorts of emotional. I'm still not sure how I feel about it overall... I liked this book more than the third one, but also thought most of it was kind of depressing because (view spoiler). All of the side characters are my favorites and I NEED THEM TO STAY ALIVE PLEASE.

Anyways, this whole world is still so much fun. I'm glad this book went back to the city the series started in, but also thou
Kendall Berg

How i felt through this book:






This book, as all others in this series, was incredible! I'm still having heart palpitations. I might read it again this weekend. Seriously. Awesome.

As we left Earth's End: Aldrik is engaged to the princess of the north, Vhalla has run to the far reaches of the earth - her heart in pieces, and some of the secrets of the black sheep prince have come to light. We pick up with Vhalla in the west, working in a b
Nov 18, 2015 added it
Update (may)
Ehhhhhhhhhh I'll pick this back up some other time. I have too many books I actually WANT to read.

The cover <33
But who the fuck is that?
I'm done with Aldrik, so anyone else will be welcomed with opened arms.
rin (lorenzo)
This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here.
Beatrice (beatriceinbookland)
"Neither good, nor evil, it's the heart of men that turn a weapon into the tool of a knight or a butcher."

Water's wrath, a summary:
- Incredible character development (Andrik's was A+, PERFECTION),
- Healthy relationship development (!!!!!!),
- Amazing friendships,
- Tears and sadness and rage and despair because Elise Kova is a monster and keeps killing the most precious characters of the series

*goes back to her cave to cry and read Crystal crowned*
Bianca {Until The Last Page}
*added playlist
I signed up and received an advance copy of the ebook for free in exchange for an honest review.

The story started close to what happened in the end of Earth's End which was good. Right away, I got to see how Vhalla's doing on her own, and how she's handling her situation with all that has happened at the end of the third book. While it was a bit steady at first, exciting events just started coming one after the other. They could be too much to handle too soon (especially that terr
Elise ✘ a.k.a Ryder's Pet ✘
*Contains spoilers for the series*
“Even something very small can cast a large shadow when it is close to the sun.”

Elise Kova I kinda hate you right now. A little bit. You literally put me through hell wh-when you did what you did to us. I cannot forgive you for it. I refuse. It's mean, cruel and unnecessary. Really, it is. You should have giving us at least a bit of happiness.

Here's just my summary/thoughts of each book to remember how I felt about them:
“...Fire needs air to live. Air f
Jul 01, 2018 marked it as d-n-f
lolol me?? opening spoilers and reading major things??? actually yes 😰

Where do I start with this one? Angsty, emotional, frustrating, moving...are some of the words to describe this book. So much happens, and most if it sad or heartbreaking or maddening! Vhalla had me smacking my head a few times from her stupidity.
But, I also loved how she and Aldrick had time away from each other to grow and realize how much they truly love and need each other. Time gave them a chance to see their relationship as it is: timeless and enduring. But then lots of other thi
Cybil M.
Apr 26, 2016 rated it it was ok
I made a goodreads account literally for the purpose of writing this review. I see a lot of people rating this book 5 stars. I'm going to explain to you why these ratings are wrong.

I love the Air Awakens series. I have considered the series to be my favorite. I loved the characters, I loved the story, and of course I loved the romance.

I have just finished this book and it is safe to say that I am horribly disappointed. I don't think I ever have yelled "This is stupid" at a book so many times in
Minni Mouse
2.5 stars. I keep hoping that Elise Kova is going to pull a Sarah J. Maas and razzle dazzle us. I keep assuring myself that these breadcrumbs that Elisa Kova keeps dropping are going to lead to something mind-blowing and we're going to go, "Ooooh, of course, I should have seen that coming!" Sarah J. Maas excels at that. Elise Kova does not.

As I read Water's Wrath, I mentally bookmarked a few places where I was positive that it was going to play a crucial role later on, that it would pay off big
Feb 20, 2016 rated it liked it
Shelves: fantasy, ya
You know what I know that Vhalla loves Aldrik and vice versa but please I just want them to just forget about how they miss and love each other for once. Please please please please~

Seriously these characters should just stop with the wind walker obsession. I just hate it when Vhalla is some kind of a tool to be used again and again for these bastards because of her power. The girl is not a slave anymore, she earned her freedom, she's not a doormat you A-holes!!!

And Baldair ... Baldair !!!! WTF
Mar 15, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: sequel
On one hand I want to call this book my favourite in this series so far. A lot of things come together and get explained, things that already started in the first book. I loved reading that! I also loved seeing some of my favourite characters going on an adventure. I loved to see them grow and form bonds and just being awesome.
On the other hand, I think that this book has hurt me the most. There are certain things happening in this book.... and those things hurt. They hurt pretty bad. They are s
Feb 20, 2016 rated it liked it
I'm not happy. This book was supposed to be way much better than this. It was predictable in most of its parts and really frustrating. The only thing that kept me going was my love for Aldrik. Also I felt that the Baldair situation was just put in for melodramatic effect, it made me angry not sad. I wish the series finale will be of higher quality like the first parts.
Jamie (Books and Ladders)
Disclaimer: I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
You'll be able to see my full review on Queen of the Bookshelves on April 18th!

Perfection doesn't even begin to describe this one. Where do I start? The end? The middle? The end? The part I desperately don't want anyone to mention to me ever again? The beginning where I thought everything was going to be okay because there's still one more book? I don't know because all of it was perfection.

Vhalla Yarl in this one

5 Stars!!! (All the stars in the night sky if I could, but…)

Elise Kova delivers a stunning, emotionally draining, complex and action filled novel that I read in one sitting. Once again, Vhalla is discovering who she is, what her powers mean, how this shapes her relationships with the people around her and she attempts to figure this all out with a wider plot working against her the entire time. Vhalla shines through all of this, and this leads me to my first main point - Vhalla’s growth is exept
Aug 13, 2017 rated it liked it
okay so originally I gave this four stars but it's back to three and mostly due to the dumb as heck ending. honestly like I'm shocked and outraged.

why couldn't vhalla and jax just run away somewhere together and live as an enemy destroying powerhouse? that would be the right thing to do - but no, they go back to aldrik and the palace (outstanding honestly this novel couldn't survive more than a 150 pages without the crown prince).

the best and saddest part of the novel that got me caring the mos
Maggie ☘ (Reader in Wonderland)
Definitely better than the previous book! This was the fastest read yet in the series for me. I have grown to love so many of the characters: Aldrik, Vhalla, Fitz, Jax, Baldair and Elicia. (Though I'm not the biggest fan of Daniel). And while this series is certainly not perfect, it's addictive as hell.
Erika (The Nocturnal Fey)
EDIT: 04/14/2016 Read full review at The Nocturnal Fey

Previous books in the series full review: Air Awakens | Fire Falling | Earth's End

*I received an ARC from the author and it didn't, in any way, affect my review*

Remember that time when I had the worst book hangover after reading Fire Falling? And the same thing happened after reading Earth's End? And now after reading Water's Wrath, well, let's just say that Elise Kova DID. IT. AGAIN.

Prepare yourself for tangled emotions roller-coaster. Water
Pamela J. (Fantasy Book Nook)
If the end of Earth’s End broke your heart, Water’s Wrath starts to put those pieces back together again. Only to completely crush it. This is one of the hardest reviews I have had to write to avoid spoilers, so I’ll primarily focus on the characters and only briefly touch on the storyline.

One of the things that really attracted me to this series was that the romance between Vhalla and Aldrik feels real. While both had previously dabbled in romances, this is their first real love. Most books po
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Elise Kova is the USA Today bestselling author of the Air Awakens series, Loom Saga, and Wish Quartet.

In her past lives, she has graduated from an MBA program, lived in Japan for a bit, and worked for a Fortune 500 technology company. However, she finds herself much happier in her current reincarnation as full-time author. When not writing, she can usually be found playing video games, drawing, wa
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