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This is a fairly short audiobook with under 4 hrs. It is a tale of two teens that become friends.
They are supposed to be enemies. Rukia is an Elemental which controls fire, but she keeps that fact hidden because of the Hunters. She is from a wealthy area.
Kian is a Hunter and he loves killing Elementals. He blames them for his poverty situation. Kian lives in the Velt and has grown up hating the Elementals.
They become friends and don't know that they are in the opposite side. They fall in love and once they are faced with the truth about each other they have to decide what to do. It seems that their relationship became something more very quickly.
This is the beginning of a series so their story will continue on the next book of the series but it did end in a good note not a cliffhanger.
The narration was ok. The story was ok. It was written in dual POV which I enjoy. The part before they met was a bit disturbing. Kian found himself in a bad situation and Rukia and her sister helped him out.
The story is not as engaging as many short reads I have read/listen to. I like some humor, suspense, drama, adventure, or action to spice up romance. I felt it was pretty blend. The dialogue was simple. It did not make much sense to me why the Hunters want to kill all Elementals. Perhaps the author could have elaborated why the hunters think that the Elemetals are to be blamed by everything that has happened to the world. Some of their reactions did not make much sense to me.
This Audiobook has been provided free of charge in exchange for my honest unbiased opinion.
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The setting is in the future. The world has changed dramatically and a new structure and society has formed. The wealthy live in the hills, amongst them are elementals – people who have abilities to wield Earth’s elements. The most feared of the elementals are those who wield fire. Below the hills live the poor humans who have no power over the elements. There is a group who live in this area called the Velt who hunt and slay the fire starters.
Kian is a hunter and Rukia is a fire starter but they don’t know this about each other. Their friendship blossoms into a romance. The story between them is sweet. It’s not so much a cautionary tale as being able to look past our differences to see our likenesses. I enjoyed the story and listening to the innocent love develop between these characters.
The narrator Jonathon Johns did a great job. Each character had their own voice, his pace was steady with the story.