Editorial Reviews. From School Library Journal. Gr 9 Up-High school junior Becca Chandler is Storm (Elemental Book 1) – Kindle edition by Brigid Kemmerer. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Brigid Kemmerer hails from Pasadena, Maryland, where she works in the finance industry. STORM: ELEMENTALS 1 is her first novel. You can visit her on. Storm Brigid Kemmerer Each one of the Merrick boys is an Elemental. Elementals gone bad are responsible for all the world’s disasters (much.

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His affinity to water made sense.

And fuck me if that love triangle made any sense! I constantly felt torn on who I wanted her to end up with.

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She acted in a moderately logical way though, so I didn’t outright despise her. I’ll cut this review short before I start repeating random words for “emphasis”. Each week we will be interviewing a different YA author and highlighting their upcoming release! View all 24 comments. It showed a lot about her character, because she could have just hidden and ran off, but she stood up to a bully and defended herself and someone else.

You can’t just go tell a girl all your secrets only because you like her and she knows a bit of it anyways. Seventeen-year-old Nedra Brysstain leaves her home in the rural, northern Not that I don’t want to lick Colton Haynes.


Storm (Elemental #1) by Brigid Kemmerer Book Reviews

Becca lives with her mother but her father left years ago. However, the book was so fabulous otherwise that I kind of just put all that nonsense in the back of my mind. We will also be hosting a give I liked the plot, I would have liked it if it had been a little thicker but there’s always the next book.

Usually I find myself only wanting the character with one guy. Always a good sign, I think. Instead, the book starts off with the heroine, Becca, saving Chris from getting his ass handed to him on the parking lot. Storm by Brigid Kemmerer hooked me, you guys.

I don’t think it was bad, I just dislike 3rd person PoV because I am a strange person and it usually takes me a lot longer to connect with characters. And especially how each personality match so well their element. Secrets are hard to keep when your life’s at stake. October 23, Publisher: The plot was great and one crazy thing happened after another!

Young Adult Book Club Eleentals I wasn’t really thrilled with her getting close to Hunter because I’m not a fan of love-triangles but this one wasn’t too frustrating. I started to realize their roles and differences around Chapter 5 and 7 though. But that was not fair because Chris didn’t control who he was only what he tried to do with it.

Ryan Calejo Release Date: I thought to myself that kmemerer this fifth person will be someone else, because, hey, it surely can’t be that predictable, right? Is she in any other way interesting, maybe cunning or charismatic, strong, brave, daring, anything, just to prove she’s a worthy heroine? The romance was quite sstorm in this one and there was a love triangle but i didn’t feel that it overpowered the story at any point. Eleentals times it seemed like she just had to make some off-the-chart stupid decision for the plot to continue.

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Review originally posted on my blog: It might not be the friendliest or most healthy attitude, but it’s fantastic to see.

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Then she saves Chris Merrick from a kemmered in the school parking lot. We then meet the brothers, and I really wanted to punch all of them. I liked Chris and Becca both, although at some points, Becca kind of annoyed me, but I still like her. We have Chris struggling with his powers, and dealing with his loneliness born out of the fact that he’s the youngest sibling.

The storm is coming. It’s a powerful ability to have to be able to control anything from tsunamis and earthquakes, to the spread of diseases; all without raising an ounce of suspicion. It was like she just couldn’t help but go to where trouble was brewing.