Water by Terra Harmony


By Terra Harmony

  • Release Date: 2011-09-27
  • Genre: Contemporary
Score: 4
From 78 Ratings
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All of the elemental powers are in the palm of her hand, and it won't be enough to save her. When Kaitlyn Alder is involuntarily introduced to a life of magic, she becomes part of an organization hell-bent on saving the Earth. Just as her new-found life holds promises of purpose, romance, and friendship, the organization divides and a rogue member holds Kaitlyn hostage. Now one of the most terrifying men the human race has to offer stands between her and Earth's survival.


  • Amazing

    By Blake Gillespie
    The entire Akasha series is absolutely astounding!!!
  • Water. Weak start to a really good series

    By erinesoul
    I took a few attempts at reading this book, once i got in to it it inly rook ne a few days to finish the whole series. I just needed to know how it would finish. I enjoyed them all and would say it was a good buy!.
  • Vapid, weak and confused.

    By OrKiaz
    Whilst the author shows some promise in her style, 'Water' is nonetheless a disappointing read. In addition to fragmented story arcs, one-dimensional characters and clichéd dialogue, the 'magic system' is poorly described and leaves the story with a very weak foundation. The 'Seven' is a not-for-profit organisation of eco-warriors whose main purpose is to send recruits on 'missions' to convince companies into using recycled coffee cups and water bottles. As its name implies, 'Water' is one of the four cardinal elements and it is from these elements that the gifted eco-warriors draw their powers... except for most of them... we only meet one real 'Narina' -- a water-based pokė-eco-warrior (perhaps 1.5 if you include a poor Galapagos Islander called Juan) -- whilst the other characters draw their powers from places that the author neglects to describe. On the top of the food chain is the Gaia who has affinity with all four elements. However the Gaia, incidentally the story's protagonist comes across as weak, deluded and utterly detestable for her flippancy; I dare say that this is more a reflection of the author's inexperience than a narrative device. The other characters are entirely too transparent: a strong silent protector; the evil one; the old guy; and the female friend. If you are looking for a good modern fantasy, look elsewhere.