Other Books: The Prophecy of Shadows, The Blood of the Hydra
Published by Dreamscape Publishing on June 29, 2016
Genres: Young Adult, Fantasy, Mythology
The epic story of witches, gods, and monsters that USA Today called a "must read" continues in the third book of the Elementals series!
When Nicole Cassidy moved to a new town, she discovered that she was a witch descended from gods. But that was nothing compared to learning that it was up to her and four others with mysterious elemental powers to help save the world from the Titans, who would soon return to Earth.
Now her relationship with Blake -- the fire Elemental -- is finally heating up. But she must remain focused, because Typhon, one of the deadliest creatures in history, has escaped from the weakening prison world. Only one object can destroy him -- the head of Medusa herself.
Follow the Elementals as they journey to the end of the Earth, facing choices that will put their lives and the entire world at risk. Will they all survive the mission? Find out in the riveting third book in the Elementals series, The Head of Medusa.
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Okay, okay, let me get this clearly out of the way… my review to the second book does not currently exist (along with plenty of other books for the past few months, because um… still trying to dip my feet back in the blogging world). BUT… I’ve definitely read the book.
The third and latest installment in Michelle Madow’s newest series starts right off from book two – or rather, close enough. Things between Nicole and Blake are finally and officially public, the Elementals’ powers are growing, and Typhon is discovered to have escaped from Kerberos (unfortunately for the rest of the world who aren’t too aware of what’s going on).
To stop Typhon from taking over the world, Nicole and the rest of the Elementals are sent to retrieve the head of Medusa – a feat just as equally dangerous as dealing with hydras or any other mythical creature for that matter. Madow definitely meets up to expectations with her latest novel – The Head of Medusa is just as action-packed and plot-driven as the second book, if not better. And with the cliffhanger Madow has going on with this one, I definitely have the sights and intentions to finish the rest of this series as soon as the final few books come out.