Legend of the Elementals, Book 1: Reintroduction

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Get tricked. Get trapped. Get trained. Get free? The legend begins! More
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About Kyle Timmermeyer

Kyle Timmermeyer has been a writer and lover of adventure for as long as he can remember. When he gets old and starts going senile, he supposes that he'll have been an ESL English teacher and world traveler for as long as he can remember. He might also begin to think he's always been a turnip, and wax nostalgic about the Great Vegetable War. (So many tears were shed when the onions got chopped!) Anyway, in addition to the Legend of the Elementals series, Kyle has written far too much about dimwitted superhero Bucket-Man.

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Review By: nathansscififantasyreview
Legend of the Elementals (Fantasy) #6
Here is a plot summary and some of my thoughts on Legend of the Elemental, a fantasy novel written by Kyle Timmermeyer. It is the first book in a series that takes place in a mystical realm where anything is possible. Overall, it was a fun read. I'd say that this book is for any level fantasy fan. Though it may not be the first book on my list to introduce a fantasy n00b to, I think they could handle it.
Review by: nymeria on Oct. 27, 2012 :
2 1/2 stars....
I did receive a copy of this book for free from the author in exchange for an honest review.

Let's start with the cover. It's awful. It reminds me of something I would expect to find as the cover of a manga comic book. And perhaps that's what the author wants. Just not my style. But I've seen worse covers over better books so I still held out hope.

From the very beginning this book was confusing. What parent, a cop nonetheless, is going to bring his son to Japan from the US, to confront a madman who just flipped over a car and killed his partner? Especially when a huge natural disaster had just hit Japan?! Anyone remember the tsunami? What person in their right mind would willingly bring their child into a situation such as that to go after a madman? All of this defies any human instinct.

But let's get beyond that, because then, logic goes way out the window when the son, Jason, meets up with another few kids, and finally confronts the madman (no adults present). The storyline goes from not quite logical to even worse as somehow they end up in a post-apocolyptic world where no one remembers the existence of basic geography such as the US, Japan, or any other county for that matter. And it deteriorates from there.

Now I'm not saying this is an absolutely awful book. It was an okay read. There were parts of it, specifically the middle where they were training, where it was pretty good. But the beginning and ending where just so out there as to make this book just a bad book.
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Review by: April Butler on Oct. 8, 2012 :
I enjoyed this book right from the start. It started off powerful and quickly grabbed my attention. I really enjoy how this stems off from my usual reads and dives into an unknown world of the Elementals. Ryan is such a strong character and I am so glad he came to his own towards the end of the book. I'm excited to continue this journey with them as they go out against Devidis into the unknown world. Great read!
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