#BLOGTOUR | Sisters of Element – O. Salazar de Breaux @SagesBlogTours @sageadderley #amreading #bookblogger #bookworm #bookreview #YA #Fantasy #YAFantasy

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Welcome to my stop on the blog tour for Sisters of Element: Book One of the Luna Family Chronicles by O. Salazar de Breaux . Thank you to Sage’s Blog Tours for my spot on the tour. Check out my review and let me know what you think!


Sisters of Element: Book One of the Luna Family Chronicles
By O. Salazar de Breaux
Genre: Young Adult Fantasy Fiction

Sisters of Element is the first book in a series about the Luna sisters, four Mexican American young women living in present day Percival Falls, Washington. Lina, Val, Zo, and Rory Luna have special abilities based on the elements: water, fire, air, and earth. Having lost their parents at an early age, the sisters have an unbreakable bond. When faced with a dark force that threatens their very existence, they don’t hesitate to fiercely protect each other — even if it means the ultimate sacrifice. 

Lina has it all — her soulmate Gabriel, her dream job, and a close-knit relationship with her three younger sisters. But meeting her sister Val’s new boyfriend triggers a series of nightmares leaving Lina frightened that something terrible is about to happen to her sister. Little does she know, she and her family are in even more danger than they could have imagined. 

Readers will go on a magical and mysterious journey with the Luna sisters. The characters will share their inner strength, their sacrifice, their resilience, and the power of sisterhood. At its heart, Sisters of Element is a story about unconditional love and how with it, you can overcome even the greatest obstacles.


Review:

Sisters of Element is the first book in The Luna Family Chronicles. This is a beautiful story of sisterly love, sacrifice and magic. I was absolutely intrigued when I read the blurb, and I am so glad I had the opportunity to read this book! Four sisters with strange powers? Sign me up!

O. Salazar de Breaux’s world building is wonderful! Set in Percival Falls, the descriptions are beautiful and brought me right into the story. The plot is super twisty, with surprises around every corner. I was glued to this book from beginning to end!

I also am a huge fan of the character development in this story. I was immediately attached to them. The unconditional love shared between the sisters is beautiful. This book hit me in the emotions and kept me on a whirlwind throughout. Fantastic!

Sisters of Element is a captivating novel with all the magic you’d want in a YA Fantasy novel. Great pacing, great characters, great plot…what more could you ask for? Definitely a 5 star read.

Rating:

5/5☆


O. Salazar de Breaux grew up in Olympia, Washington with five younger sisters. An entrepreneur and community leader with a long career in public service, Salazar de Breaux is also an incurable creative who’s inspired by her Mexican- American heritage. Her work incorporates her love of family, food, music, and culture. 

She stayed in Olympia to study, earning a B.A. in English from The Evergreen State College, and still lives there with her husband – her sweetheart of more than 20 years – and their two sons, whom she considers her greatest achievements. 

Sisters of Element is her debut novel.

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4 thoughts on “#BLOGTOUR | Sisters of Element – O. Salazar de Breaux @SagesBlogTours @sageadderley #amreading #bookblogger #bookworm #bookreview #YA #Fantasy #YAFantasy

    1. Wow, Jessica! Thank you for the beautifully written and thoughtful review! I was very touched to read that you connected with the characters and the story. The Luna Sisters are very dear to me too. Thank you for the honor of reading your review. O. Salazar de Breaux – Author

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