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The Dryad Quartet (The Dryad Quartet #1-4) [PDF / Epub] ☆ The Dryad Quartet (The Dryad Quartet #1-4) By Katie Jennings – This is a brand new compilation edition of the bestselling fantasy series The Dryad uartet Get all four books Breath of Air Firefight in Darkness A Life Earthbound and Of Water and Madness in one excl This is a brand new compilation edition of the bestselling fantasy series The Dryad uartet Get all four books Breath of Air Firefight in Darkness A Life Earthbound and Of Water and Madness in one exclusive collection This compilation edition also includes beautiful illustrations The Dryad Epub / and a brand new epilogue scene The Dryad uartet is a contemporary fantasy series revolving around the fictional land of Euphora where beings inspired by Greek mythology exist to preserve the balance of nature and human life and to protect the living from the evil residing in the Underworld Take a journey into a world where Mother Earth and Father Sky exist secretly hidden from human awareness and yet crucial to the creation and stability of our world They are joined by those who control the elements the Dryads as well as the Fates Muses and Furies all of whom play an integral role in preserving Earth and guarding those who inhabit it Learn about the series at wwwkatieajenningscom.

5 thoughts on “The Dryad Quartet (The Dryad Quartet #1-4)

  1. Jean Booth Jean Booth says:

    I love boxed sets of books and being able to read the entire series in one sitting; which I did with this uartet I couldn't put them down Ms Jennings does such an amazing job with her character development I was hooked from the first introduction of Capri Dryad uartet was a fast paced moving story a timeless classic in the making My absolute favorite in the series is A Life Earthbound Rhiannon's story was slower paced than the others but her battles were internalized so the slower pace was absolutely perfect I finished the series feeling as if I was a part of the Drayds a part of their secluded family and lucky to have gotten to know them I absolutely loved the Christmas story at the end It was a perfect way to end this beautiful compilation I'm only sorry it's over

  2. A.R. Meyering A.R. Meyering says:

    An uplifting exciting and enchanting tale that is sure to warm your heart Masterfully done do not miss this oneIf you like me have been knee deep in bleak dystopian novels and whiny vampire romances and like me have grown utterly tired of that then I promise you that “The Dryad uartet” is just the remedy you’ve been looking for That was the first thing that struck me about the series I was so relieved and excited to be reading something that was just plain old fun and sweet I had grown so bored with protagonists who are tough edgy and brooding that when I started reading about Capri the heroine and Air Dryad from book 1 ‘Breath of Air’ my heart skipped a beat I was instantly hooked by this feeling so completely refreshed to be reading about a character I would actually like to know and be friends with for a change Soon I was drawn into the magical floating island of Euphora home of the Dryads Furies Muses Fates and Mother Earth herself Each has their own duty to fulfil in order to keep the world turning Jennings reveals that she has put her own twist on Greek Mythology in this world she has created It is one that instantly envelopes the reader and gives a feeling of comfort and luxury With the elaborate yet compact descriptions of the castle island and the society that inhabits it you will begin to feel as if Euphora is your home too and that these characters who are so well fleshed out are your friends But not all is well in paradise Being a small group of course many a family drama has developed between the various groups of people Are there messy romantic entanglements age old grudges long kept secrets and bitter enemies? You betcha Are they all extremely satisfying to read about? Oh yeah Jennings has executed these intricate dramas with perfect precision Each story targets your heart in a different place and all will hit the mark What I was so pleased to see too is that most of the time there are no clear “Bad Guys” or “Good Guys” within these dramas The characters all have reasons for acting the way they do and the wonderful part about it is that you can see everyone’s side in the disagreements This also becomes and apparent with the shift of protagonists from book to book especially in the case of Rhiannon the Earth Dryad You can easily mistake her for a cold aloof snoot in books 1 and 2 but once you see things through her eyes you find the deep heartbreak that causes her actions The overarching plot of the antagonist is a fascinating one too Dante is not your run of the mill mustache twisting villain though you could be fooled into thinking that at first However starting in “Firefight in Darkness” you begin to see what a deep and twisted character he really is and when his true motivations are at last unearthed in the final book your heart will twinge The two most obvious drawing points of these books are the romance and the depth of the characters If you are a reader who enjoys either of these two things you definitely will want to read these books The characters are simply unforgettable I am not generally a person who reads books for romantic plots but each of the main couples in this series hooked me and wouldn’t let go I was so enthralled with the couples who are pleasantly atypical from your mundane romantic pairs There are REASONS they are together not just ‘cause they both think the other one is hot These characters are teams they complement one another and as a reader I wanted them all to have happy endings so so so badly They have good dynamics good rapport and strengths and weaknesses that make their relationships real The scenes range from heartwarming to heartrending and after the rollercoaster of emotions that Jennings takes the reader through there is a thoroughly satisfying endingThe characters and how developed they are will appeal greatly to those who love character pieces It is fascinating to see inside the heads of all these varied characters You truly get to know them like a family through these four books which are all perfectly sized and perfectly pacedThough this is a fantasy series and the elements of the world are uniue and interesting readers searching for a traditional setting focused fantasy may not find what they are looking for but I’m still confident that it will appeal to most who enjoy the genre This series is really about the lives of these very interesting cast of charactersSo if you are hungry for a respite from all the doom and gloom of the recent literary world I will recommend ‘The Dryad uartet’ to you a hundred times over Get to know Liam Rhiannon Blythe and Capri and you will have made four life long friends that you will never ever forget

  3. Summerc79 Summerc79 says:

    A must read for anyone who enjoys fantasy relationships between beings some action and well written easy to read and enjoyable booksFollow the individual journeys of the younger generation of Dryads Air Fire Earth and Water which come together for the greater goodI feel reading the boxset is a better option than reading the volumes separately and potentially at various times The story only comes together when all 4 parts are united For instance if you read Part 2 about the Fire Dryad before reading Part 1 or if you mix the different parts the novel will not make much senseSo better stick to the order in which the author intended the story to be readThe plot is well built each character featured throughout the story has been researched and well thought by the authorI will admit to a few tiny tiny tiny disappointments during the read in the form of plot twist for instance or events occuring but on a work this scale it doesn't bear much weight Take a dive travel to Euphora and get acuainted with the Dryads the Furies he Muses the Fates Mother Earth and Fire Sky You will not regret it

  4. Sorcha O& Sorcha O& says:

    Words cannot express how much I love this series See the individual books for my in depth reviews 5 stars each An stunning captivating story that I feel bereft having finished I WANT MORE DReview for 'A Dryad Christmas' coming soon

  5. Carlos Jr. Carlos Jr. says:

    Wow fantasy all over the place Yup I'm going to enjoy reading this

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