Review: Elixer (Convenant #3.5) by Jennifer Armentrout

Posted March 8, 2013 by Lola in Fantasy, Review / 2 Comments

Elixer (Convenant #3.5)
by Jennifer Armentrout

Blurb from Goodreads: Aiden St. Delphi will do anything to save Alex.
Even if it means doing the one thing he will never forgive himself for.
Even if it means making war against the gods.

My Review:
Elixer starts of soon after Deity ended only froma different point of view. We finally get to read a bit from Aidens pov, which is really interesting.

I haven’t read Appolyon yet, but I do think that this novella is a must read if you like this series, because lots of things happen in this short story and it’s quite some time later at the end of this novella. I liked reading it and it was interesting and luckily it isn’t so short as some other short stories I have read. It actually read just like the rest of the books, only shorter in lenght. I think Armentrout really manages to write short stories really well, because it doens’t feel like a short story. The ending of Elixer really makes me curious to what will happen in the next book, but I won’t go as far as to say it’s really a cliffhanger, but maybe that’s just me.

The best thing about this book is reading from Aiden’s pov, I had some difficulties understanding his actions in the other book, but now we actually get his point of view. I really got a better sense of who Aiden is and who he cares about.

To conclude: a great addition to the story, it was nice reading things from Aiden’s pov. It doens’t read like a short story and actually adds something to the series.

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2 responses to “Review: Elixer (Convenant #3.5) by Jennifer Armentrout

  1. I’ve been meaning to read this one for awhile now. I love Aiden and think reading from his perspective would be fantastic. Especially after reading Deity. I’ll have to finally read this one before reading Apollyon :). Awesome review!


    • I read this immediately after reading Deity. I think it is good to read this before Apollyon because quite a lot things happen in the short story that are important for what happens next I think. I am looking forward to reading Apollyon!

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