Elemental Hunger (Elemental #2)



Elemental Hunger (Elemental #2) Alt Cover ASIN B00KWF9PLISixteen year old Gabriella Kilpatrick can shoot fire from her hands, which would be great if she didn t get blamed for a blazing inferno that kills 17 schoolmates When Gabby is commanded to Manifest her Element, everyone knows what she is a genetic abnormality Not to mention guilty So she does two logical things to survive.1 She runs.2 She hacks off her hair to assume a new role that of Gabe , because in her world, only boys are Firemakers Not only does she have to act like a guy, she has to pretend to know everything a Firemaker should know When Gabby meets Airmaster Adam Gillman, he believes her act and pledges to serve on Gabe s Council But Adam has the mark of a sentry and spent years obeying Alex, the Supreme Elemental And Alex wants Gabby the genetic freak dead and gone before she can gather the magical protection of a full Council With Adam s lies that sound like truths and rumors that Alex isn t really a Firemaker or a man Gabby sets out to charter a Council of her own In order to uncover the truth, Gabby will have to learn who she can trust, how to control her own power, and most of all, how to lead a Council of Elementals, most of whom have control over their power than she does If she can t, she ll find herself just like those 17 schoolmates burned and six feet under. Read Elemental Hunger (Elemental #2) Author Elana Johnson – bluevapours.co.uk

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 78 pages
  • Elemental Hunger (Elemental #2)
  • Elana Johnson
  • 24 September 2018

10 thoughts on “Elemental Hunger (Elemental #2)

  1. Marlene Moss says:

    Elana Johnson has woven an intricate world some 200 years after some human develop elemental powers The Firemakers wield the most power and became the strongest leaders, creating rules by which the rest must live by Some humans control water, some earth, and some wind Those without a power are called Unmanifested People group in Councils of one of each power plus a Unmanifested If not chosen for a council, particularly the Unmanifested live lives of drudgery and hard labor The only other Elana Johnson has woven an intricate world some 200 years after some human develop elemental powers The Firemakers wield the most power and became the strongest leaders, creating rules by which the rest must live by Some humans control water, some earth, and some wind Those without a power are called Unmani...

  2. Laura Pauling says:

    There s something about story characters developing powers that intrigue me, especially when we get the first view of how they learn to deal with them and control them Along with that comes lots of mistakes, challenges, and sometimes, heartache And this story has it all.Elemental Hunger starts out with a bang, or I should say a sizzle, with Gabriella, a closet firemaker, running for her life The elemental school is on fire and a rumor is spreading that she could be responsible This starts ou There s something about story characters d...

  3. Jess says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Wow.I must admit I was a bit worried when I realised that I was starting the series with the second book instead of the first one, but I was already too deep into it to stop reading when I did realise it It s a wonder I found out before finishing my read though, because I don t remember reading a book so fast in ages I loved that the hero was female, and fighting for her rights as one at that I loved the whole elemental universe I was slightly disappointed to find that she seemed to be the on Wow.I must admit I was a bit worried when I realised that I was starting the series with the second book instead of the first one, but I was already too deep into it to stop reading when I did realise it It s a wonder I found out before finishing my read though, because I don t remember reading a book so fast in ages I loved that the hero was female, and fighting for her rights as one at that I loved the whole elemental universe I was slightly disappointed to find that she seemed to be the only girl wanting to do something about her condition, but well.The story was great, really absorbing, and very hard to leave for the couple of hours of sleep I needed before finishing the book.Definitely a page turner, and definitely recommended to anyone who even remotely likes fanta...

  4. Sandra "Jeanz" says:

    LOVED IT Left me wanting evenReunited with some characters from Bk1 and sadly lost one of them in this book two Full review to follow.INITIAL THOUGHTSAs I had read the prequel novella 1 in this series I was looking forward to readingabout the Supremist that was hiding her gender and her faithful guard henchman Felix, who was head of the sentries.MY REVIEWThese books have recently been given new covers and though I did like the old covers, I have to say I love the new ones even mor LOVED IT Left me wanting evenReunited with some characters from Bk1 and sadly lost one of them in this book two Full review to follow.INITIAL THOUGHTSAs I had read the prequel novella 1 in this series I was looking forward to readingabout the Supremist that was hiding her gender and her faithful guard henchman Felix, who was head of the sentries.MY REVIEWThese books have recently been given new covers and though I did like the old covers, I have to say I love the new ones e...

  5. Topsues says:

    Firstly I don t leave spoilers Secondly I do recommend to read Elemental Rush first as i feel this follows on from that book Finally, I had to give 5 stars for this book, because I was left in tears, and couldn t put it down I found myself speed reading in parts, then my heart clenched and I slowed Elana Johnson has managed to describe a plot that felt so tangible to me, she bought forth a society that was characterised, some by human misery, some oppression and some with enthusiasm The mai Firstly I don t leave spoilers Secondly I do recommend to read Elemental Rush first as i feel this follows on from that book Finally, I had to give 5 stars for this book, because I was left in tears, and couldn t put it down I found myself speed reading in parts, then my heart clenched and I slowed Elana Johnson has managed to describ...

  6. Jennifer says:

    I picked up a free copy of this book, not realizing it was in the middle of a series I was able to read it as a standalone novel, but I won t be able to read the first book now without already knowing a lot of what happens in it The story was interesting and held my attention I enjoyed learning about Gabriella s world and life At one point I did get tired of the I trust him I don t trust him , I love him I don t love him type at...

  7. Barb VanderWel says:

    I love this I can t wait for .I will be also leaving a review on Goodreads .And letting everyone know about it.So i gave it a 5 Stars.

  8. Dohina Felix says:

    The book is a really realistic experience on how life really would be if you were rich and mighty with powers It was a great read and it made my day.

  9. Erika says:

    The story is about Gabriella, a girl that has control over fire, something only guys are suppose to be able to do She tries to hide her power, because she knows what happens to those that are different But she is discovered and forced to run away and hide who she is When Alex starts to hunt her down, she joins the rebellion and ends up being the hero, as usual The story is pretty normal, including the love triangle and everything, but I liked it, not enough for a five, but enough to beThe story is about Gabriella, a girl that has control over fire, something only guys are suppose to be able to do She tries to hide her power, because she knows what happens to those that are different But she is discovered and forced to run away and hide who she is When Alex starts to hunt her down, she joins the rebellion and ends up being the hero, as usual The story is pretty normal, including the love triangle and everything, but I liked it, not en...

  10. Ashtyn says:

    Well, dang This book had me all mixed up in the feelings department There were things about it that I totally loved and other things that I wasmeh about In all, it was a book I was satisfied with but not completely in love with For me, this book started off really slow And I don t mean that like, the action took a long time because it didn t Right from the start, things are happening which I...

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