by Jennifer L. Armentrout
Narrator: Rob Shapiro
Series: Covenant #3.5
Length: 2 h 53 min.
Published by Spencer Hill
Release Date: November 27th, 2012
Genres: Fantasy, Romance, YA
Format Read: Audiobook, eBook
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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.
Elixir is a Covenant Novella from Aiden’s perspective, bridging the third and fourth books in the series, Deity and Apollyon. If you have not read Deity yet, do not read this review. If you’re like me and have been dying for scenes in Aiden’s point of view since the very beginning, this one is the answer to every single of your prayers. Four words that sum up this novella completely: OH. MY. FREAKING. GODS.
The novella picks up right after Deity’s events, meaning Alex awakened, connected to the First, and is now completely lost to their freaky bond. And all I can really say is if you didn’t already love Aiden to the moon and back, you will after this one. His determination to fight for Alex, even though she doesn’t want him to, and keep her safe at all cost will tear you apart and put you back together in the best way possible. Seeing their relationship through his eyes is freaking amazing. I read it the first time around, but the other times I listened to the audiobook. The narrator is incredible, and the male voice makes this whole experience simply magical. If audiobooks are your thing, I’d totally recommend going for that.
If you’re looking for something to get your heart rate up, goosebumps included, this is the one for you.
Hi! I’m Lisa. I’m twenty-three, a college student and a book lover. I spend every free minute, and most of my lectures, reading all kinds of books, which is how I ended up here. While I particularly enjoy books of the young and new adult variety, I also love historical fiction, sci-fi, fantasy, paranormal, all things romance, and one or the other classic as well. If I’m not reading, I’m either working, sleeping, binge-watching my newest obsession on Netflix, or on my way to Starbucks, to satisfy my slight caffeine addiction.