Review: Storm and Fury by Jennifer L. Armentrout

Storm and FurySynopsis:

Eighteen-year-old Trinity Marrow may be going blind, but she can see and communicate with ghosts and spirits. Her unique gift is part of a secret so dangerous that she’s been in hiding for years in an isolated compound fiercely guarded by Wardens—gargoyle shape-shifters who protect humankind from demons. If the demons discover the truth about Trinity, they’ll devour her, flesh and bone, to enhance their own powers.

When Wardens from another clan arrive with disturbing reports that something out there is killing both demons and Wardens, Trinity’s safe world implodes. Not the least because one of the outsiders is the most annoying and fascinating person she’s ever met. Zayne has secrets of his own that will upend her world yet again—but working together becomes imperative once demons breach the compound and Trinity’s secret comes to light. To save her family and maybe the world, she’ll have to put her trust in Zayne. But all bets are off as a supernatural war is unleashed….

Favorite Lines:

“What? Okay. Fake news right there.”

“You seem like someone who likes needles…Because I’m a pain in the ass?”

“What point are you trying to make with your Chewbacca argument?… you’re just saying a bunch of nonsensical words and stringing them together like they mean something.”

“My stupid, stupid heart skipped a happy little beat, and if my heart was right in front of me, I would’ve punched it.”

My Opinion:

This book is the first book in the spin-off series The Harbinger for the Dark Elements. It follows a girl named Trinity, a seemingly normal human girl who just happens to live at the regional seat of power for the wardens. If you are new to these books, I’ll fill you in a bit. In this amazing world that Armentrout created, Wardens are shape shifters who shift into gargoyles and fight demons to protect humans. The world knows about them rather than them still hiding in secret.

As mentioned above, the original series is called the Dark Elements series. While it is an amazing series and I love it, it is not necessary to read to understand this book. I personally would recommend it because you do see characters and mentions of events that happened in the previous series but again, it’s not mandatory to understand this book.

Almost all female characters across all of Armentrout’s books have similar attitudes; which I don’t mind. The banter in this book was entertaining right off the bat and had me grinning while I was reading; Trinity is a smartass which I thoroughly enjoy.

I’ll be honest without spoiling anything (hopefully). In the previous series I shipped Roth and Layla. That is why in this series I am happy that Zayne is getting his chance. I just hope to see more of my ship in the books to come!

There really isn’t anything Armentrout can do wrong. She’s been one of my favorite authors since I discovered her Lux series. I know her main characters are going to be badass but still relatable and that her writing style will be full of entertaining pop culture references.


Overall, I really enjoyed this book and I am upset there isn’t even a title released for the next one yet. Guess I’ll be waiting forever! Happy reading, everyone!


Storm and Fury

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