Sunday, September 11, 2016

Review: The Portal To Kerberos by Michelle Madow

The Portal to Kerberos (Elementals, #4)
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Title: The Portal To Kerberos
Author: Michelle Madow
Seris: Elementals #4
Version Reviewed: eBook, ARC
I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review.

GoodReads Synopsis:
After being betrayed by one of their own, Nicole watches helplessly as Blake is snatched into the prison world of Kerberos—along with Medusa’s head, which is the one item they need to stop the Titans from rising again. Now Nicole and the other Elementals must enter the portal, find Blake, and bring him and Medusa’s head back to Earth before the deadly monster Typhon returns and wreaks havoc on the world. But there’s one catch—their elemental powers don’t work in Kerberos. In a dimension designed to make those within it lose touch with reality, and that’s filled with dangerous creatures who want to stop them from completing their task, will they make it out alive?

In this penultimate book of Nicole’s story, join the Elementals as they journey through hell to save the world… before it’s too late.
I was super excited to continue on with this series. Each book before this has been an action packed adventure full of monsters, gods, magic, and mayhem and I knew that The Portal To Kerberos would be just as amazing.

I'm so happy to say that it definitely did not disappoint. This book stood up well to those that came before it and I couldn't get enough of it. I was so wrapped up in reading it that I eveb forgot to change it to "Currently Reading" on GoodReads! 

After the way the last book, The Head of Medusa, ended, I couldn't wait to read this one. I was insanely curious about what was going to happen next and what it would be like once the remaining three entered Kerberos. I was really impressed with how Michelle Madow wrote the prison world and all the twists and turns and monsters and creatures the group had to face. It was fascinating all the different things they had to overcome and how they managed to survive in certain situations and outsmart the inhabitants of the torture realm.

I was so upset when I got to the very end of the book because I didn't realize that I was already at the end. I thought I still had a little ways to go and I found myself annoyed because I wanted to keep reading and find out what was going to happen next.

I'm extremely eager to get my hands on the next and (I believe) last book in the series, The Hands of Time. I need to know what happens next!

Rating: 4 Stars

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