Fire and Water fight back.
The battle for Orenda Academy has begun. The Elders have spoken, and the tribe is divided. The only way to reverse what’s happened is to take a stand.
We’ve started a smuggling operation to help students escape the castle, but it could cost us our lives. The prophecy is about to come true, and we’re desperate to change the course of this war.
The Air piece of the prophecy is our last hope. If we don’t find it, we won’t know what’s coming— or how to prevent the end.
The tribe’s darkest hour has come. Students labeled as “weak” have been subject to persecution. Sophia and I are no exception. The Elders consider us a threat— but they don’t know just how great of a threat we are.
An underground revolution is taking place. My father has set out to undermine the Elders, and he’s asked for my help. Information is needed, and to get it, I’ll have to become a spy, and risk execution.
In the middle of it all, I’m about to pop the question. I just hope I survive long enough to ask Sophia to marry me.
The Air Omen
Love the book! I do not like the change in narration. The man who reads as Liam does not flow well with the changes in characters. And he pronounces Imogen’s name odd.
Love the story but Is there a chance to get the original narrators back?
The Narrators were so awful that I will not finish this book. it sounds like they are robots. I’m sure the story is good I have adored all other books but the narration is just so pitiful.