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Storm and Fury

(The Harbinger #1)

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Eighteen-year-old Trinity Marrow may be going blind, but she can see and communicate with ghosts and spirits. Her unique gift is part of a secret so dangerous that she’s been in hiding for years in an isolated compound fiercely guarded by Wardens—gargoyle shape-shifters who protect humankind from demons. If the demons discover the truth about Trinity, they’ll devour her, f ...more
Hardcover, 512 pages
Published June 11th 2019 by Inkyard Press
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Ashley Speakman This is a spin off of The Darkest Elements Series. You do not have to read them to enjoy Storm and Fury. But, I would recommend it as characters from …moreThis is a spin off of The Darkest Elements Series. You do not have to read them to enjoy Storm and Fury. But, I would recommend it as characters from previous books might just pop in. Here is the reading order for The Darkest Elements:
Bitter Sweet Love (Novella available only in ebook format I believe)
White Hot Kiss
Stone Cold Touch
Every Last Breath(less)
Tayla Botha Hi!

Lux is a different series altogether about Aliens - Such a good series!!!
Dark Elements series is the series that prequels Storm and Fury. There ar…more
Hi!

Lux is a different series altogether about Aliens - Such a good series!!!
Dark Elements series is the series that prequels Storm and Fury. There are three books in the series which should be read before Storm and Fury so that you know about Zayne, where he comes from etc :) (less)

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Melissa ♥ Dog/Wolf Lover ♥ Martin


OMG!!



I love this book soooo much!! I already have the hardback preordered!



Trinity is something very special and she’s living with the gargoyles so they can keep her safe and hidden. Misha is bonded to her as her guardian/protector.

Some bad things start happening and another clan comes for a visit to ask for help. There is something out there killing the Wardens/Gargoyles and demons.

Zayne is with the group that comes to visit and try to figure things out. Zayne, swoon! Anyhoo!

As we know alwa
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jessica
Jul 17, 2019 rated it really liked it
thank goodness for JLA, is all im saying, because her stories give me life.

and this is the second time where im pretty sure ive enjoyed the spin-off book more than the original series, so i dont think its an isolated incident. it could be because the spin-offs have been released nearly a decade after the original series, so JLA has really come into her writing, or i just happen to prefer the minor characters, who knows? but im not complaining!

i will say, i wasnt really a fan of zayne before, bu
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megs_bookrack
Feb 25, 2019 rated it really liked it
Shelves: arcs-read
**4.5-stars**

Demons and Gargoyles and Chosen Ones...



18-year-old Trinity Marrow has a special gift. She can see and commune with ghosts and spirits.

This isn't her only gift however, there is a lot that makes Trinity special.



Due to her unique nature, she has been hidden away from the world, residing at an isolated compound with the Wardens protecting her.

What are Wardens, you may ask?

They are a group of gargoyle shape-shifters protecting mankind from demons, of course.



Trinity spends her days w
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Angelica
I've always wondered how it was that Jennifer L. Armentrout wrote so many books. I have yet another ARC of hers waiting to be read this year. The woman seriously publishes like three books per year, meanwhile, I've had the same novel idea in my head for four years now and I still haven't finished writing it!

But oh well, let's get to the review!!

As always, I have no idea how I felt about this book. I think that's a trend for me at this point. Did I love it? Was it ok and nothing more? Was it pred
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Hillary
Jun 04, 2018 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: low-fantasy
Aaannd the award goes to... Storm & Fury! For making me hate, or better, not care a single bit about Zayne, one of my favorite characters from the Dark Elements series, and for downgrading Jennifer from my favorite authors list.

Did this even need to be 500 pages long? It could have been easily only 300 pages and it would have been way more entertaining and fast-paced. It’s not like those 200 pages were needed to develop the relationship between Zayne and Trinity, as soon as they set eyes on each
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Kat Valentine
Jan 27, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Outstanding,Epic and simply fabulous read!!! What a captivating story with truly awesome characters!! I loved trinity!! She was bold,impulsive,smart and a strong heroine who is living with a eye disease called RP that is taking more and more of her vision and will eventually leave her blind,but you wouldn't know it!!! She lives everyday fully with so much passion and doesn't let it define her. This little chic has the soul of a fighter and when it comes to those she loves and cares about she's a ...more
Helena of Eretz ✰
“I’m guessing the sky is full of stars?”
“It is, but the only ones that matter are the ones you see.”




This was SO GOOD. It’s either been too long since I’ve read a JLA book or she’s seriously improved as an author. Idk which it is. Maybe it’s both.

I'd like to mention that the MC, Trinity, like JLA herself, has a degenerative eye condition that will most likely result in blindness, and I really liked seeing how she compensated for it. She didn't whinge and complain about the hand she was given, b
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elias veturius lovebot
Jun 07, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: arcs, ya-fiction
5/5 Stars

"You want to be wanted, and there's nothing wrong with that, Trin. Not at all."

Storm and Fury is the first installment in The Dark Elements spin-off series. The story follows eighteen-year-old Trinity Marrow who has the ability to communicate with ghost and spirits. Her unique gift is a secret so dangerous that she's been in hiding for years in an isolated compound guarded by Wardens, who are gargoyle shapeshifters that protect humankind from demons. If demons or other Wardens were to d
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Berit☀️✨
Jun 18, 2019 rated it really liked it
🅛🅞🅥🅔 🅜🅔 🅢🅞🅜🅔 🅙🅔🅝🅝🅘🅕🅔🅡 🅛 🅐🅡🅜🅔🅝🅣🅡🅞🅤🅣

WOW! It has been a while since I’ve read a JLA book and it was so amazing to revisit her books and this world. This is the first book in this series a spinoff from the Dark Elements series. I read and loved that series, but I don’t believe you need to read it to enjoy this book. This book was packed full of action, romance, Snark, and steam. Trinity the female protagonist was smart, sassy, strong, and savvy. The male protagonist Zane was well HOT... OK well he
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Candace Robinson
I loved being back in this world. Yes, this is a spinoff series but I highly recommend reading the other trilogy! You know what the best thing in the world is? Gargoyles!

Okay, so I'm going to start out and say I did not like this one as much as the first trilogy! While I didn't love it, I definitely liked it, though! This book is pretty big, like 535 pages! I think if the first half had been cut about 100 - 150 pages it would have helped because things really get going in the second half!

Another
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Monica
Jun 04, 2019 rated it really liked it
Shelves: netgalley
Although I am not a fan of insta-love and teen romance, this story/world was extremely well written!

Even though this was the start of a spin off series I have not read, I was truly invested in the characters and their lives. The conclusion was action packed and one of the most surprising I've read in the YA fantasy genre. Due to a few isolated erotic scenes, I recommend for YA readers, 14+.

*Thanks to Netgalley and publishers for this ARC in exchange for my honest review.
Yodamom
Demons, Angels, Ghosts, Witches and Gargoyles oh my.
I loved it ! Was it really over 500 pages ? It felt short, I was left wanting more. Sure I missed sleep and maybe a couple social functions so I could stay home and read. Don't judge it was so good. Action packed, heartwarming, heartbreaking, sexy, and interesting. The world created was unique, an slowly unraveled, no info dumping :D. It's basically about Wardens (Gargoyles), and others who protect our world from demons. When the demons get te
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alana ♡
Jul 03, 2019 marked it as dnf
Life's too short for books that bore you to tears.
And that's that on that.
TheBibliotheque ♡
“Do you want to see the stars?” Zayne asked, and I nodded emphatically, knowing what he meant, and when he took my hand, I folded my fingers over his like I had the day I’d left the community. I felt him begin to shift, his skin hardening under mine. “Then hold on tight, Trin. I’m going to get us as close as we can go.”

Storm and Fury, or judging by how this book destroyed me, Storm and all the FEELS.

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Listen, I was anticipating this book like one awaits the rain after a hot and dry Summer. And I
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Hollis
I need to get one thing off my chest before delving into this review. Some readers don't mind picking up a spinoff if there's little to no character overlap (though, honestly, how can you really know beyond the fact that the leads are different?) but I am not that kind of reader. I like context. I thrive off it. I like references that harken back to previous events, I love cameos, etc, particularly when it's a world that relies on context or worldbuilding; so sometimes I can roll with it if it's ...more
Meghan
May 24, 2019 rated it did not like it
ARC provided by the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for honest review.

People who love Cassandra Clare's novels will probably enjoy this book. I'm just looking for something different.

DNF- 20%

I'm sure this will be an unpopular opinion, but Storm and Fury just wasn't for me. I was super excited for this book. The summary made it sound so awesome. However, I got 20% in and the entire time I was getting The Mortal Instruments and The Dark Artifices vibe: warriors that exist in secret communitie
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Rachel Reads Ravenously
3.5 stars

Well ladies and gents, this was a book I ran to the bookstore on my lunch break on release day to purchase. Basically, one of my most anticipated books of 2019. And while I enjoyed it, it did not live up to my expectations.

Zayne was the character I was rooting for in The Dark Elements series, and when he not only lost the girl but became a completely different character, I was very mad at JLA for that because I felt he deserved more. Flash forward to now.... and I didn't really get th
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Jasmine
***May contain spoilers for The Dark Elements trilogy.***

***Actual Rating: 5/5 Rewriting Stars***

”I’m guessing the sky is full of stars?”
“It is, but the only ones that matter are the ones you see.”


Awww, my HEART! *trying very hard to calm down right now*

To begin with, The Harbinger series is the spin-off series of The Dark Elements trilogy, published almost five years ago, and Storm and Fury is its first instalment. Before we dive right into the this book, let me present you with a r
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Arini
Jun 19, 2019 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
#1 storm and fury — 4 stars
#2 rage and ruin — 3.75 stars

seriously, jennifer l armentrout is a paranormal fantasy romance queen!! she can do no wrong bcs holy baby gargoyles i’m addicted to this new series!!

on the surface, storm and fury feels like a rip off from cassandra clare’s shadowhunters series. we have the wardens (gargoyle shape shifters), who just like shadowhunters, are assigned to protect the humans from demons. they also have an institute of sort, a headquarter where the wa
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Roobie
4.5 stars

"I'm guessing the sky is full of stars?"

"It is, but the only ones that matter are the ones you see."


I'm a huge JLA fan. Her stories always make me feel all fuzzy and happy on the inside. However I wasn't a big fan of her Dark Elements series so I wasn't really sure what to expect from this.

I am very happy to say I enjoyed this. The gargoyles, the action, the special snowflake who, for once, didn't feel sorry for her powers, the angst. I see some things that could get annoying in
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Monika Sadowski
May 06, 2019 rated it really liked it
This was my first book by Jennifer L. Armentrout and definitely not the last one. What a great story, with a lot of secrets, Demons, Angels, Ghosts, Witches, Gargoyles and romance. Trinity is very likable character and I want to read more about her. Storm and Fury is the first book in the spinoff series of The Dark Elements. Overall, reading was easy and pleasurable.


Thank you to NetGalley and Harlequin Teen and Inkyard Press for a free copy in exchange for an honest review.
Parvani
Jun 30, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Sassy. Addicting. B-E-A-utiful
This was hands-down the best work of JLA yet. I'm blown away by how fascinating a read this turned out to be. I look to JLA when I need a read to be entertaining, but this? This was near-perfection. This is another of those spin-offs that was so well developed in terms of character arcs and plot; JLA was a queen of keeping the plot simple, easily followable, there were times when her writing was interesting and yet I didn't find it notable or other-worldly.
But here
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Mikky (Nocturnal Predators Reviews)
First Reread (June 1 2020): I still adore this book! I reread this in preparation for the second book getting released on June 9th. Still an amazing story, with fantastic characters and very good world-building. Note: The second time around with the audio book I swear that about 3 or 4 hours to the end of the narration the narrator calls Roth "Ross". I cackled so hard at that!
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This book made me realize something that I probably should have figured out wh
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CristiinaReads❀
Apr 01, 2019 rated it really liked it
I was not ready... I repeat... I was not ready, not prepared for this book to destroy my mind and my body because of Zayne... GIVE ME MORE JENNIFER!





ARC kindly provided by the publicist, in exchange for an honest review...

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Jen ♥Star-Crossed Book Blog♥
Storm & Fury was an addicting, emotional ride! I absolutely loved being back in this world and that Zayne got his own story. It was so much more than I ever could have hoped for! There was a slow burn romance, a kick ass girl, a sexy protective male and friendship, lust, sacrifice, trust and banter filled the pages. If you're a fan of JLA or paranormal romance, then you definitely have to add this one to your tbr!
“Are you sure you’ve had years of training?”I taunted, steadily approachin
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Jamie (TheRebelliousReader)
4 stars. I got exactly no sleep because I had to stay up and finish this book. No regrets. This was awesome and I'm slowly but surely falling in love with Armentrout and her writing with every book of hers that I read. They're addicting as hell and so entertaining with fantastic characters. Also, she made me like Zayne. It feels blasphemous to even say that but it's true.

The Dark Elements trilogy is my favorite JLA series and Layla is my favorite of her heroines but Trinity is definitely second
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Tani
Sep 03, 2020 marked it as to-read  ·  review of another edition
I am seeing this book everywhere. Everywhere

Is this your way of saying I should pick this up?

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I read The Problem with Forever and loved it. I always wanted to get into Jennifer L. Armentrout's more popular series. Well I finally took the plunge with this spin-off series from The Dark Elements series. I didn't realize this was a paranormal romance series but it sure ended up being a wild ride...

I actually don't get the title... Storm and Fury doesn't really make sense?! And I'm not sure I even get the teal feather wing on the cov
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MELISSA *Mel Reader*
Feb 25, 2019 rated it really liked it
Shelves: arcs
4.5 Stars!
(ARC provided by Harlequin TEEN)

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Trinity Marrow is an 18 yr. old girl who has unique gifts and has been kept separate from the outside world for her protection. She's lived sheltered in a compound since she was a young child where she's been raised by Wardens, who are shape shifting gargoyles that were trained to protect humans and fight demons. They were practically indestructible, and were bred to withstand the fiercest of battles. Most had no clue what they were hiding, and were
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Carrie
Jun 12, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: netgalley
Storm and Fury by Jennifer L. Armentrout is the first book of the new young adult romantic paranormal fantasy The Harbinger series. Now, while this is a start to a whole new series it is not the first time readers have visited the world within as this one is a spin off to the author’s Dark Elements series. One would probably be curious how this new series would work if you haven’t read the older series and it’s safe for me to say it read fine as this is actually the first book ever by Jennifer L ...more
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“You’re hard to talk to,” Zayne said after a moment.
Offended, I glared at him. “No, I’m not.”
“Okay, let me rephrase that. You’re argumentative.”
“No, I’m not.”
Zayne stared at me, as if me arguing with him just then was proof enough of what he claimed.
It was sort of proof of what he claimed, and that irritated me.”
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