Review: The Hands of Time (Elementals #5) by Michelle Madow

Author: Michelle Madow
30046401Publisher:  Dreamscape Publishing
Publication Date: November 25th 2016 
Source: ebook (given by the author)


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.
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During the last months, Nicole Cassidy's life has been turned upside down, from discovering she was a descendant of the Greek gods to the difficult situation she currently finds herself in. She and four other witches, her friends have been fighting in order to close the portal to the prison world of Kerberos and stopping Typhon - one of the worlds most dangerous monsters from awakening.
In order to complete these tasks, many sacrifices have to be made and many obstacles surpassed but their sense of purpose keeps them going and motivates them in order o stop Typhon and his allies for once and for all. Nicole and her friends have really hard decisions to make and those can eventually shatter them... What will they do?
I'll start by stating that the ending of this book (thus the end of this series) knocked me off my feet! I really wasn't expecting it and it may have shattered my heart a little or a lot. Troughout this book I got a better knowledge of the characthers I've been reading about for the last year, I thought I knew everything about them.... Well, I didn't and I still don't know.
The story itself was good, full of suspence and breathtaking moments when I caught myself saying "finaly" and then jumping around the room. Plot twists happen and they're great! Who doesn't love a good plot twist that is able to amaze and confuse us at the same time?!
The writing was very good and I did not detect any misspellings or mistakes and it was able to make me travel to a world where Nicole and her friends are real, as well as their struggles and conquests.
It's bittersweet to see this series end but I know that Michelle Madow will come up with great ideas very shortly so I can be swept of my feet again.

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