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Elemental Earth (The Mysteries #1) You Turned The God Of Gnomes Into A Garden Ornament Sarah Looked Closely, But Couldn T Tell If Her Dad Was Annoyed Or Amused Perhaps He Was Both WhilstYear Old Sarah May Be Struggling To Regain Her Feet, After Being Ripped From Her Everyday Mundane Life And Ending Up In A Whole New Dimension, She Still Knows How To Have A Bit Of Fun Along The Way The Earth Elemental Isn T The Only One Whose Feathers She Manages To Ruffle, And It S Only Been Four Days Meanwhile, Her Best Friend Is Missing, And Big Trouble Is Brewing She Soon Has A Lot To Worry About Than What Happened To Her Phone Or IPod, Or Even How Much Of An Idiot Caleb Obviously Thinks She Is

10 thoughts on “Elemental Earth (The Mysteries #1)

  1. says:

    Due to be released 31st July 2014There will be a special release promotional price for the first week, so watch this space

  2. says:

    When 15 year old Sarah meets a mysterious new girl in school day, little does she know her life is about to be changed completely How completely Try being whisked away to a whole new dimension and consorting with an assortment of elementals, including the god of gnomes That sounds like quite a holiday, eh This is a fun, cartoonish kind of book that s aimed squarely a

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    Disclaimer A copy of this book was provided by the author in exchange for an honest review.I have got to say in a time when it is hard to find a book that I truly enjoy, it s been a refreshing change to actually encounter one This book was excellently executed and highly enjoyable But, let me not get ahead of myself Time to rewind and give a bit of insight into what the

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    This is such a fun book I m probably 45 years older than the intended reader but I really enjoyed being whisked away to a new fantasy world full of magic The leading teenage girl is called Sarah and she is struggling with being a 15 year old teenager in the real world who doesn t fit in and has only one special friend Not surprising really that she struggles in our world, as

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    The book introduces you to its protagonist, Sarah, a teenager whose life is suddenly turned upside down She couldn t have seen this coming, even as her mother started to becomeanddistant, and her new classmate behaved strangely Then she is invited by her best friends cousin and her world as she knew it is a matter of the past I was immediately drawn into the story Characters are

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    I received a free copy of this manuscript previous to release for an honest review I also provided one of my books to Harmony for the same We have no other affiliation.Sarah is just trying to make it through school when she meets a mysterious new girl Strange things are happening around her and to get to the bottom ...

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    This first book in the series did feel like a trip to the Rabbit Hole, yet it was much deeper than that It was an exploration into human interaction of the teenage kind The very kid that Sarah thinks is super strange is the key to bringing her closer to her true identity There was never a dull moment in this work as one discovers new information in every page.I applaud how well research

  8. says:

    This coming of age story with a twist had me engaged with the main character, Sarah, from the beginning She s fifteen, in the usual identity crisis typical of that difficult age, and her family life is a wreck Her father left and she doesn t know exactly why, but from the conversation between her parents she overheard she believes it has something to do with her Her mother has been depresse

  9. says:

    Elemental Earth Book One of the Mysteries Series by Harmony Kent is a fascinating and fun introduction to what promises to be a powerhouse series While Kent bills this as YA fiction, mainly because her protagonist is a 15 year old girl named, Sarah, the YA label is far too narrow a scope, as Elemental Earth is a joyful read for all ages.As the book begins, our aforementioned protagonist, Sarah,

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    Although I m not a young adult, I love reading young adult books This book looked like a page turner, and it didn t disappoint.The main character, Sarah, is a teenager who feels like she doesn t fit in She s not very far into the book when she discovers just how much she doesn t fit in the world where she grew up Every teenager can relate to feeling out of place and wanting friends And every teenag

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