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In a world of Elementals, she thought she was ordinary. She was wrong.
The Elementals: The Threats of Sky and Sea Trilogy audiobook collection contains all three novels in the Elementals: The Threats of Sky and Sea series, including Threats of Sky and Sea, Riot of Storm and Smoke, and Fall of Thrones and Thorns.
Seventeen-year-old Bree is happy to be powerless in a kingdom where Elemental abilities mean a life sentence waging the king’s war. But everything changes when Elemental soldiers recognize her father as a traitor to the throne and he's thrown in jail - along with the secrets from his last mission as the king's assassin.
Now, she’s coping with powers she never expected. She’s under the thumb of a king she despises. Her father’s in prison; his past, a mystery. And the king? He wants to weaponize her for war.
To save her father's life, Bree must unravel the knot of his past before the king takes his life - and uses her to bring a kingdom to its knees. And time is running out.
Throne of Glass meets Avatar: The Last Airbender in this epic YA fantasy perfect for fans of Sarah J. Maas and Leigh Bardugo.
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Amazing book and amazing teller
i loved the book but not just that i loved the person telling it! she brought the characters to life!
- Kindle Customer
great story but wish it ended differently
bree was very very annoying but considering her age its expected this was a great story . I thoroughly enjoyed. wish there was more to the ending but we have to leave all to our imaginations.
- 🐺 SCARLET PIMPERNEL 🐺
HEART of sea and sky
A WONDERFUL AMAZING NARRATION of the series! Jeanie Talbot did a good job of both the male and female parts of the series!
This series has ghosts, interaction and revenge!
Story line had the potential to be good but kept losing its flow.
Narrator's evil king voice was more like a pantomime villain and soon became extremely irritating.
I tried to finish it but had to give up half way through.