Mini Review: Elementals: The Blood of Hydra by Michelle Madow



Published on April 18,2016 by Dreamscape Publishing

Genre: YA, Fantasy, Mythology

Rating: ★★★★★



A demigod who can kill with a touch. It’s an ability that must be kept secret, even from those trusted most.

Finding out that she was a witch was strange enough, but now Nicole must face the realization that she has the rare power to kill with just a touch. No one can know her secret — not even Blake, who she’s had undeniable chemistry with since first moving to town.

Now Nicole, Blake, and the three others with elemental powers must stop a series of monsters that they previously believed to be dead from rising once again and destroying the mortal world. The creatures they face on this journey will be more dangerous than anything they’ve encountered yet. Will they all survive the quest? And how long will it be until Nicole is forced to use her ability to kill in front of everyone, revealing the true darkness of her powers?

Find out in The Blood of the Hydra, and join the Elementals on their quest to save the world — or die trying.


The sequel to the Elementals: The Prophecy of Shadows. Since they found out their powers and to succeed their first mission, Nicole and her friends – Blake, Kate, Danielle, and Chris has another mission to do to seal the portal to Kerberos.

I love this book than the first book. Their new mission is to seal the portal to Kerberos so that they went to Greece to get the ingredients to put on their weapons. While on their trip they went to Lotus and cross some adventures like Charybdis and Sicilia and many more. What really made me love on this, is the references of Odysseus book. They also met a new character that can really help them or not? Either way, these new characters are fascinating. The character development of our Protagonist – Nicole, Blake, Danielle, Kate, and Chris were so good, like on how they control their powers and how they help each other to defeat their enemy without losing energy like on their first mission on book 1.

The progression of the story is interesting and fast pacing. That is what I also love on Madow’s writing because she never failed me to be hooked and amazed by these series.


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