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Though Anders and his friends have delayed a war between ice wolves and scorch dragons, their mission is far from over. With adults on both sides looking for them, they’ve sought refuge in Cloudhaven, a forbidden stronghold that could hold the key to saving their home. Meanwhile, Holbard has been ravaged, and its citizens are reeling. Many have been forced into bleak camps Though Anders and his friends have delayed a war between ice wolves and scorch dragons, their mission is far from over. With adults on both sides looking for them, they’ve sought refuge in Cloudhaven, a forbidden stronghold that could hold the key to saving their home. Meanwhile, Holbard has been ravaged, and its citizens are reeling. Many have been forced into bleak camps outside the city, and food is running short. To rebuild Vallen and unite scorch dragons, ice wolves, and humans, Anders and Rayna must put everything on the line…before the damage done is beyond repair. But the price of peace may hit closer to home than they could’ve ever imagined.


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Though Anders and his friends have delayed a war between ice wolves and scorch dragons, their mission is far from over. With adults on both sides looking for them, they’ve sought refuge in Cloudhaven, a forbidden stronghold that could hold the key to saving their home. Meanwhile, Holbard has been ravaged, and its citizens are reeling. Many have been forced into bleak camps Though Anders and his friends have delayed a war between ice wolves and scorch dragons, their mission is far from over. With adults on both sides looking for them, they’ve sought refuge in Cloudhaven, a forbidden stronghold that could hold the key to saving their home. Meanwhile, Holbard has been ravaged, and its citizens are reeling. Many have been forced into bleak camps outside the city, and food is running short. To rebuild Vallen and unite scorch dragons, ice wolves, and humans, Anders and Rayna must put everything on the line…before the damage done is beyond repair. But the price of peace may hit closer to home than they could’ve ever imagined.

30 review for Battle Born

  1. 5 out of 5

    Travis

    So ends the Elementals trilogy and it was satisfying and much fun. Amie Kaufman created such a whimsical and rich world that focuses the most on family and togetherness. Battle Born did a great job wrapping up everything while still enriching us, the reader, with more to learn and see. One of the best aspects of this series has always been the characters and this finale was no different. Every character had a purpose, a drive, a reason to help. It was so heart warming to watch this found family So ends the Elementals trilogy and it was satisfying and much fun. Amie Kaufman created such a whimsical and rich world that focuses the most on family and togetherness. Battle Born did a great job wrapping up everything while still enriching us, the reader, with more to learn and see. One of the best aspects of this series has always been the characters and this finale was no different. Every character had a purpose, a drive, a reason to help. It was so heart warming to watch this found family take on so much together. I will say I was still left wanting a little more from this world. It seems so massive and we only just scraped the surface, so I really hope we get to discover more in the future. The Elementals was Amie's first venture as a solo author and she executed it wonderfully. Here is hoping we get more stories from Amie, just Amie. That's not saying I don't want more of her collaborations with other authors because I do. Ice Wolves - 4/5 Scorch Dragons - 4/5 Battle Born - 4/5 Elementals Trilogy - 12/15

  2. 5 out of 5

    Dreximgirl

    I was really satisfied with the conclusion of this story. I love the twins and thought the uniting of characters in the last book in the trilogy worked really well. Good enjoyable read. 4 stars.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Rajasree Jayaram

    This book is a satisfying conclusion to the Elementals trilogy. After the destructive events of the previous book, all the children are in shock about the damage they inadvertently inflicted, tired and hopeless about what to do next. They have managed to escape to Cloudhaven, the early home of the dragons which is a magical entity in itself, which initially permits only Reyna and Anders to properly enter the premises. After taking some time to rest and take stock, they are back in the game, look This book is a satisfying conclusion to the Elementals trilogy. After the destructive events of the previous book, all the children are in shock about the damage they inadvertently inflicted, tired and hopeless about what to do next. They have managed to escape to Cloudhaven, the early home of the dragons which is a magical entity in itself, which initially permits only Reyna and Anders to properly enter the premises. After taking some time to rest and take stock, they are back in the game, looking for allies, searching for their parents, attempting to understand Cloudhaven and its workings, trying to find a means to unite humans, wolves and dragons. It's an action-packed race to the finish with time being of the utmost essence. The mixed band of Elementals split up into smaller units to do the various tasks that need to be accomplished, picking up some human allies along the way. There is some suspicion as to who was behind the supposed dragon fire, and the reveal as to who is behind the entire escalation of hostility between wolves and dragons is not surprising, but it's very saddening. The final confrontation scene is very well done, and I found the artefacts used - one in particular - to be quite interesting. The series gives a very good message about different communities working together and learning to deal with each others' differences.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Janelle Dazzlepants

    This was a satisfying conclusion to a charming middle grade fantasy series about diversity and inclusion. It had a really heartwarming message and I enjoyed seeing the kids solving puzzles, going on adventures, bringing people together to talk through their problems. I do wish it had been 50-100 pages longer, so we could learn more about artifacts and to let the resolution sit and simmer a while longer. (In general I wish we'd got more info about the artifacts and magic system!) This series read This was a satisfying conclusion to a charming middle grade fantasy series about diversity and inclusion. It had a really heartwarming message and I enjoyed seeing the kids solving puzzles, going on adventures, bringing people together to talk through their problems. I do wish it had been 50-100 pages longer, so we could learn more about artifacts and to let the resolution sit and simmer a while longer. (In general I wish we'd got more info about the artifacts and magic system!) This series reads at the younger end of the middle grade spectrum, so would be perfect for those 8-10 year old fantasy readers in your life!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Lex

    If you're expecting a bunch of action scenes, nope. I liked how it was written though. And finally had closure with Drifa. It was definitely entertaining.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Theresa

    The battle between the dragons and the wolves destroyed the city of Holbard driving all the human refugees out into the countryside to survive with what little they could carry. The dragons have retreated to the eyrie, the wolves have set up their own military camp up the river while Rayna and Anders little band are holed up in Cloudhaven. Cloudhaven could be a wonderful place to live if the twins could just get it let their friends in. Meanwhile on their secret forays to the ruins of Holbard and The battle between the dragons and the wolves destroyed the city of Holbard driving all the human refugees out into the countryside to survive with what little they could carry. The dragons have retreated to the eyrie, the wolves have set up their own military camp up the river while Rayna and Anders little band are holed up in Cloudhaven. Cloudhaven could be a wonderful place to live if the twins could just get it let their friends in. Meanwhile on their secret forays to the ruins of Holbard and the refugee camps, the gang keep finding more of their friends and other lost children to bring back to the sanctuary until the is more than 50 of them. Since the secrets of Cloudhaven are slowly being revealed, the next step toward peace is to try and get the human, wolf and dragon leaders to talk to each other. Wish they’d been about more about the wonders of Cloudhaven. Maybe some future stories from there. Fave scenes: Rayna’s fruit tart, the ‘baby birds’, talking to the major, Ferdie & Sakaria’s near mishap and the mirrow meeting.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Joe

    Reading Method: Physical Book (Purchased Hardcover) Reading Time: 2 Hours Very disappointing conclusion to the Elementals trilogy for me unfortunately. This story was definitely and clearly written in two halves. For the first half of the book we spend all of our time with the now combined and large group of wolf, dragon and human students who have gathered together in Cloudhaven. We follow them as they start to become closer and put aside their differences and learned animosity to explore the sec Reading Method: Physical Book (Purchased Hardcover) Reading Time: 2 Hours Very disappointing conclusion to the Elementals trilogy for me unfortunately. This story was definitely and clearly written in two halves. For the first half of the book we spend all of our time with the now combined and large group of wolf, dragon and human students who have gathered together in Cloudhaven. We follow them as they start to become closer and put aside their differences and learned animosity to explore the secrets behind Cloudhaven and explore and aid the Holberd refugee camp and try and figure out how to prevent all out conflict between humans, wolves and dragons. While I enjoyed this section of the book, it basically didn't advance the overall plot whatsoever and didn't resolve any of the ongoing plot points from the first two books. For an already short book (My book only has 251 pages no matter what GoodReads page count says) having half of it devoted to basically nothing truly important in the grand scheme of things was a big problem. The second half of the book ended up being all about finalizing their big plan to bring peace to Vallen and all of the artifact gathering, traveling around Vallen and meeting plus conversing with all of the important characters and leaders of the various groups that come with it. This is also the section where we finally clear up all of the mystery surrounding Anders' and Reyna's parents, Felix and Drifa and also what happened to Sigrid after the second battle of Holberd. Unfortunately what should have been a very touching and meaningful moment felt extremely rushed and glossed over which was really disappointing after the author had built up their eventual reunion with Drifa from book one. Finally, I really did not like the method Anders used to bring together all 3 sides to try and create peace between them. It just seemed highly unrealistic and unlikely to succeed to me so I couldn't even find very much satisfaction with the conclusion of the series. The only saving grace of this story for me personally was how much I enjoyed the interactions of the group at Cloudhaven along with the exploration they did and the mysteries that they both succeeded at solving and were attempting to solve. As much as it didn't progress the plot at all I have grown to love the interactions and the friendships that grew between all of the different students

  8. 5 out of 5

    Aqua

    Excellent conclusion to the series with a really great message for this day and age. I really enjoyed this trilogy for its fun world-building (and I'm a sucker for animal transformation powers and wolves, what can I say), and though it wasn't ground-breaking, it was fun and enjoyable to read. Battle Born has the group of kids trying to figure out a way to bring the humans, wolves, and dragons together and there's a really great message here about how the young can sometimes overcome the entrench Excellent conclusion to the series with a really great message for this day and age. I really enjoyed this trilogy for its fun world-building (and I'm a sucker for animal transformation powers and wolves, what can I say), and though it wasn't ground-breaking, it was fun and enjoyable to read. Battle Born has the group of kids trying to figure out a way to bring the humans, wolves, and dragons together and there's a really great message here about how the young can sometimes overcome the entrenched hatred of the older generations. It takes a while to really get going, and I thought the ending needed to be expanded upon way more than it was. It's satisfying, but just kind of superficial in the details and I have a lot of questions that weren't answered. Overall though, a very enjoyable middle-grade fantasy. (view spoiler)[I felt like the ending was just a little too easy. There aren't really many details about how life works in the new peaceful Vallen outside of the human/wolf/dragon school. What happened to Cloudhaven? Is it just abandoned again? Who is in charge in Holbard? Is there a multi-species council? Do dragons live in Holbard now? Do wolves live in Drekhelm? Lots of details missing from the ending and it felt abrupt. I would love a sequel showing the difficulties that come with massive social order changes and incorporating more of the thunder lions and stone bears that are briefly mentioned. (hide spoiler)]

  9. 5 out of 5

    ARS

    This book starts off similarly to Scorch Dragons, and features many of the issues I had with it, particularly the ones pertaining to characters and their blandness. Thankfully, the story begins picking up halfway through, and as loose ends are tied off, it becomes relatively exciting. However, it still lacked any of the cathartic moments that made me enjoy Ice Wolves so much. The most exciting scene still had me very uninvested in what was going on, due to the unlikable, boring characters. Also, This book starts off similarly to Scorch Dragons, and features many of the issues I had with it, particularly the ones pertaining to characters and their blandness. Thankfully, the story begins picking up halfway through, and as loose ends are tied off, it becomes relatively exciting. However, it still lacked any of the cathartic moments that made me enjoy Ice Wolves so much. The most exciting scene still had me very uninvested in what was going on, due to the unlikable, boring characters. Also, I found the ending to occur *way* too easily - it feels pretty anticlimactic as a result. This plays into my complaint about Anders never really struggling anymore after the first book. This wouldn’t be much of a problem if he affected others in interesting ways (e.g. a flat character arc), but none of the characters develop in meaningful or interesting ways. The characters feel very sloppily handled. Overall, it’s better then its predecessor, but not by that much.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Imogene

    *sniff* it’s fine, I’m only happy crying. Battle Born was exactly what I wanted from the final book in the trilogy, focused on learning to listen and understand each other, and treasure the things that make us different. I may be over 20 years older than the intended audience (I will never ever ever stop reading children’s and YA books!) but I’m so happy for the children who will get to read this series, and see themselves in it. Even down to the smallest details, from the dragon who needs a whee *sniff* it’s fine, I’m only happy crying. Battle Born was exactly what I wanted from the final book in the trilogy, focused on learning to listen and understand each other, and treasure the things that make us different. I may be over 20 years older than the intended audience (I will never ever ever stop reading children’s and YA books!) but I’m so happy for the children who will get to read this series, and see themselves in it. Even down to the smallest details, from the dragon who needs a wheelchair in her human form to the queer, happily married wolves, thank you Amie. Also...Stone Bears!!!!!!

  11. 4 out of 5

    Meghan

    This is a FANTASTIC series! Truly, the characters are diverse and relatable, the conflict deep and evident on every page, and above all, the world truly incredible. As the third book in the series, it does a great job of wrapping up all the lose ends and giving us a truly satisfying conclusion that is both believable, and speaks to important messages for a reader of any age. I'm going to miss finding out what the future looks like, but there's a few nicely placed hints at the future in the final This is a FANTASTIC series! Truly, the characters are diverse and relatable, the conflict deep and evident on every page, and above all, the world truly incredible. As the third book in the series, it does a great job of wrapping up all the lose ends and giving us a truly satisfying conclusion that is both believable, and speaks to important messages for a reader of any age. I'm going to miss finding out what the future looks like, but there's a few nicely placed hints at the future in the final chapters. Highly recommend for readers of any age who like dragons and wonder if their voices really can make a difference.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Jessica F

    Exiled from both dragons and wolves, Anders and his friends retreat to Cloudhaven. Their first attempt to force peace between humans, dragons and wolves ended in the destruction of Holbard. Will they find a solution before total war breaks out? Is it possible that words carry more power than magic? Predictable but still satisfyingly finale to this middle grade fantasy series. I was really disappointed in the side roles (literally almost silent roles) Rayna and Lisabet got relegated to in this fin Exiled from both dragons and wolves, Anders and his friends retreat to Cloudhaven. Their first attempt to force peace between humans, dragons and wolves ended in the destruction of Holbard. Will they find a solution before total war breaks out? Is it possible that words carry more power than magic? Predictable but still satisfyingly finale to this middle grade fantasy series. I was really disappointed in the side roles (literally almost silent roles) Rayna and Lisabet got relegated to in this final installment.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Johyphenated

    Whoever said Amie is the nice one in the Kaufman/Kristoff writing duo never read Amie’s solo works. This was such a roller coaster of emotions for me (yes I know this is a middle grade book) and I am so emotionally attached to Anders. You can really see Anders character development from being shy and doesn’t really have confidence or self-worth in book one to a confident leader in the last book. 5/5

  14. 4 out of 5

    Sarah

    I'm not sure why but I didn't enjoy this conclusion as much as I did the first two books in the series. Maybe I just wasn't in the right headspace to be reading this book but I forced myself to continue anyway instead of setting it aside and picking it up again later. The characters remain excellent I love how inclusive this book is for all types of characters.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Freydis Eiriksdottir

    I can't believe that this is the last book for the series! I absolutely love it! I'm not sure I've seen anything as good as the Elementals Series! It is sad and unexpected, but at least the twins, wolves, dragons and humans all come together in the end and solve mysteries together.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Lissa Joy

    4.5 Stars I love this series so much!! Refreshing, diverse, current... The characters & friendships made my heart so happy. The plot was tight with room for relationship exploration (non-romantic). Highly recommended. 4.5 Stars I love this series so much!! Refreshing, diverse, current... The characters & friendships made my heart so happy. The plot was tight with room for relationship exploration (non-romantic). Highly recommended.

  17. 5 out of 5

    David Monroe

    What an ending! Although this book was light on violence, it was nice to see how the author wrapped up the series. This was a great series and I loved that it had dragons and wolves in it.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Anne

    Great series and satisfying ending.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Evelyn

    Such a fun series!

  20. 4 out of 5

    Akshyarika

    I love this book so much! I'm not going to say anything about it because I don't want to spoil this book but I would definitely recommend it if you love books with a lot of action!

  21. 5 out of 5

    cynnara

    There were definitely parts where the pacing went by so quickly that my imagination couldn't catch up. Overall, a great read though.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Krystal Campbell

    I sadly was disappointed by the ending to this trilogy. I expected more action scenes and it really needed to be longer. I felt like the wrap up and solving of the problem was rushed. Over all I still really enjoyed the story I feel like it could have been such an epic finish. I had so much imagined in my mind and then was really let down.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Joanna Bennett

    I have finished another series! Which, I am terrible at doing, haha. I thought that this book was a good conclusion to this MG series. There isn’t too much action like the first two books but everything does come together. All the other characters are back! Which includes Anders and his sister. I have enjoyed reading about the bond they share as siblings. It’s one of my favorite bonds to read about. I wouldn’t say there is much development since this is a conclusion. There is one new character but I have finished another series! Which, I am terrible at doing, haha. I thought that this book was a good conclusion to this MG series. There isn’t too much action like the first two books but everything does come together. All the other characters are back! Which includes Anders and his sister. I have enjoyed reading about the bond they share as siblings. It’s one of my favorite bonds to read about. I wouldn’t say there is much development since this is a conclusion. There is one new character but they don’t stay for long but I am glad they were at least included. I really liked the overall message of this one. It doesn’t matter who or what we are but we should all get along because we can each bring something new to the table. It’s definitely a message that is very important for today. Overall, I liked this series and I am glad that I started it this year.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Michael

  25. 5 out of 5

    Kara

  26. 4 out of 5

    jennet wheatstonelllsl Proc

  27. 5 out of 5

    Alex

  28. 5 out of 5

    Kendra

  29. 4 out of 5

    Barnaby

  30. 4 out of 5

    Deborah

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