Aether Warriors (The Hidden War Series #1)

Aether Warriors The Hidden War Series Young Chase s life is suddenly turned upside down as he discovers he has been chosen as an Aether Warrior He is the last member found of a small group of gifted children that will be trained to lead a

  • Title: Aether Warriors (The Hidden War Series #1)
  • Author: Dean Ravenola
  • ISBN: 9781478700609
  • Page: 435
  • Format: Paperback
  • Young Chase s life is suddenly turned upside down as he discovers he has been chosen as an Aether Warrior He is the last member found of a small group of gifted children that will be trained to lead a war that has been ongoing secretly for centuries Strange creatures, hidden bases, and perhaps even a betrayal lie in store for Chase as he follows his destiny.

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    • Christie says:

      I was given a copy of “Aether Warriors” by author Dean Ravenola, in exchange for an honest review. I first heard of Mr. Ravenola through twitter (@dean_ravenola). It was through twitter that we connected and I was approached to read his book.Before going into my review of “Aether Warriors,” I want to point out several things. First, Mr. Dean Ravenola is only 18. I’m equally impressed that at the age of 13, he started composing his fist novel. After spending 4 years editing his story an [...]

    • Jude says:

      Book one of the Aether Warriors series was published by Dean Ravenola when he was just 18. That is enough on its own to impress me. Just putting pen to paper and getting your first book out there can be a very daunting task, and having completed the first step of this journey at such a tender age is no mean feat. The resulting book is a really good example of young-adult fiction, written by someone who clearly knows their reader. It has all the appeal that young-adult fiction should have.Ordinar [...]

    • Tina says:

      for more reviews visitThe Book Landers Title: Aether WarriorsAuthor: Dean RavenolaGenre: FantasyReview:This book was a fun, quick read once I got rid of some preconceived notions I had set up in my mind regarding Aether Warriors. The book description interested me right away, but as I started reading the book, I couldn't help but think that the main character felt a little bit two dimensional.but then I realized that was because I was reading the book with the mind of someone expecting a YA read [...]

    • P.J. McDermott says:

      Aether Warriors is book 1 of the Hidden War Series written by Dean Ravenola. When I first started reading this book, I was looking at it through the eyes of an adult, and it wasn’t until I discovered it had been written for boys 10-13 year old, that I really began to appreciate it. When I was that age, I was an avid reader of books like Treasure Island, Robinson Crusoe, Call of the Wild, and The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. This book isn’t in that genre and it may never become a classic, [...]

    • Julian Harris says:

      At the end of the day, everything I was looking for in a YA Fantasy book. Since elementary school, I have loved practically any young adult fantasy book I could get my hands on. Pendragon, Earagon, Harry Potter, you name it I've read it. I first picked up "Aether Warriors" when online looking for new books. I visit several different young adult book blogs, and one of them happened to post a glowing review of it. They also happened to include in the post that the author (Dean Ravenola) published [...]

    • Bronsen Hawkins says:

      Summary/ First Impressions: When I first picked up "Aether Warriors" by Dean Ravenola I thought I was reading another YA school novel. However, Dean did an excellent job of changing pace and starting a wild ride that you will not want to put down. After a graveyard "incident" Chase Poole (our orphan main character) starts his journey to becoming an Aether Warrior, magical warriors who can manipulate the aether or life force in everything. He is soon joined with four other aether warriors and lea [...]

    • Saritha says:

      i was given a free copy by the author in exchange for an honest review. i have done my best to do so.This book tells us about a secret war that has been going on. There are a group of gifted children on both sides & they can make or break this war. The main character is Chase, an orphan who suddenly finds himself to be smack in the middle of this war. The beginning is good and captured my attention & called out to my curious side.The main character Chase is a pretty interesting guy. He c [...]

    • Kim Dyer says:

      As much as I enjoyed reading this novel, it would be wrong of me to claim that it is without fault.The plot is rather heavy with fantasy clichés and seemed to take more than a little influence from such popular titles as Harry Potter (mistreated orphan learning that he is magical and going to live in an institute to learn how to use his powers) and Artemis Fowl (merging of magic and technology). It was also rife with a number of tropes such as the magical orphan, prophecies, mystical artefacts [...]

    • Beccie says:

      I was asked to read and review “Aether Warriors”. This is a really great story. I love stories about kids with powers, especially when the story includes mythical creatures that I’ve read so much about. Dean has even included some mythical creatures that I haven’t read about, which is really cool. I like that the characters are younger. I feel it gives them room to grow as the series progresses. I’d like to read more about the kids’ backstories. I got a little insight into Chase and [...]

    • James Kropp says:

      I recently saw this book appear on a reading review blog I frequent. The reviewer seemed to like it, and as I continued reading I noticed that the author was only 18 years old. I don't know about you, but when I was eighteen I was barely able to finish a five page essay. So as I'm sure you can imagine I was very impressed. I was even more impressed once I started reading. The story is fast paced and always kept me interested. I could have sworn I was reading JK Rowling. Even more exciting this i [...]

    • Kayla says:

      Really liked this book :) I loved learning about all the new creatures and places and powers everyone had Very clever foreshadowing and I liked how the story ends where it started. Also I enjoyed all the characters.

    • Kelsy Brodeur says:

      it was really good and i was actually surprised by the ending when Jasmine was the one that was off with dark flame and not Juno like everyone suspected at one point towards the end i suspected it but i said no because she was the one who saved Chase in the very beginning from the Cemetery.

    • Madelyn Sherman says:

      This book is about a young boy named Chase, who is chosen to be an Aether Warrior. He is the last member of a group of young, gifted children, that will be trained to lead a battle that has been going on for a while. They face wacky creatures, hidden war bases, and and many lies as Chase follows his destiny, throughout the book. It is an astounding book, that is very well written. If you like the Divergent book series, you will like this book.

    • Simmaron says:

      Actual Rating 3.5*I was given a free copy of this book by the author in exchange of an honest review.*For a debut novel the book maintains its standards. By the writing style and the story one can easily predict that it's been written by a budding author. But he did a commendable job. The story is about kids in pre teens who are not happy with their lives and how their lives change abruptly. Even those kids don't know what powers are hidden inside them. Story was unpredictable, which is the thin [...]

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