Queen Elin has arrived, but the two light elf villages are still in trouble. Aly, Emily, and their grandmother are worried for the safety of their magical friends. Will the queen be willing to help? Or will she stand back and watch as King Helmar’s rock elves close in?
Previously, Aly, Emily, and their grandmother were working hard to protect their light elf villages. Emily, who is Aly’s sister, was still growing in her powers. In this book, you see Emily make a huge jump in her powers as she can easily perform most of the spells Aly and her grandmother can. This proves to be extremely helpful, as using magic is tiring and Aly and her grandmother cannot do all that is required of them.
When Aly and her grandmother realize their villages are no longer safe, they devise a clever plan to keep the rock elves from destroying the light elves’ homes. Old and new friends help change King Helmar’s evil rock elves back into light elves as more and more menacing creatures begin to hunt Queen Elin. Unexpected guests and dangers are around every corner as the Seasons of Elves series races to its dramatic conclusion!
Spring of Elves is the final book in the Seasons of Elves series by Joanne Vruno. It is a thrilling and exciting conclusion to the series. Although I felt a few chapters were lacking in detail compared to the other books, this story is certainly one you’ll want to read!
Although the book had many of the same elements and plots as the previous books, there is still a sense of excitement as well as finality throughout the storyline. When the rock elves sent by King Helmar begin to become more than aggressive, the light elf leaders devise a plan to rid their villages of this threat! Ogres and other mythical creatures add to the surprising twists and turns of the story.
In conclusion, Spring of Elves is a wonderful end to the series, and I would recommend all Seasons of Elves fans read this book!