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  • Title: Embers and Echoes
  • Author: Karsten Knight
  • ISBN: 9781442450301
  • Page: 351
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Fan the flames A teen goddess fires up her search for love and family in this sequel to Wildefire.Ashline Wilde may have needed school to learn that she is actually a reincarnated goddess, but she s ready to move beyond books She leaves her California boarding school behind and makes for Miami, where she meets a new group of deities and desperately seeks her sister Rose,Fan the flames A teen goddess fires up her search for love and family in this sequel to Wildefire.Ashline Wilde may have needed school to learn that she is actually a reincarnated goddess, but she s ready to move beyond books She leaves her California boarding school behind and makes for Miami, where she meets a new group of deities and desperately seeks her sister Rose, the goddess of war But she s also looking for love because even though her romance with Cole had to be snuffed, Ash is a volcano goddess and she doesn t get burned.This sequel to the edgy and action packed Wildefire continues a fiery drama on an immortal scale.
    Embers and Echoes Fan the flames A teen goddess fires up her search for love and family in this sequel to Wildefire Ashline Wilde may have needed school to learn that she is actually a reincarnated goddess but she s r

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    1. I ve been trying to finish this one for ages I really enjoyed the beginning but I just haven t been able to get into it I m putting it down for awhile.

    2. Ember and Echoes by Karsten Knight Wow Wow Wow I loved book one and now book two took it to a whole new level of amazing I don t really know how to express my feelings but I will try The book started right where it left off , and it did NOT disappoint at all Karsten knows how to keep his readers going, man does he blow you away with the ending to book on and the start of book two.Ashline Wilde is my second favorite female character, and she is coming to a close first She does not take crap, and [...]

    3. Ashline Wilde wanted nothing than to leave Blackwood Academy behind and to escape the memories of everything that happened that May But as she learned when she arrived at Blackwood, you can t always run from your past.It will follow you And ignoring it can have devastating consequences Consequences she s still reeling from.But when her end of year plans take a drastic turn, she decides to face what she d been trying to avoid and heads to Miami to track down the sister she knows only from vision [...]

    4. You can t run someplace new and not fill up the new space with the old stuff The things you want to leave behind are the very things you can t Ash I m indestructible, Ash That doesn t mean I m incapable of feeling I still experience love, and I can still experience pain Colt When we reached the ending of Wildefire, the first book in the series, we learned that Colt isn t someone we thought he was He isn t human He isn t the same Colt With this horrible realization, Ash ran away from him and deci [...]

    5. A finished unsolicited copy was provided by the publisher for review.I was extremely glad I had Embers and Echoes after I read that Wildefire cliffhanger Embers and Echoes picks up right after We find Ash with the truth of having another sister named Rose The Four Seasons Gods and Goddesses seem to be after her, as well as the billionaire Lesley Vanderbilt She meets gods and goddess friends this time around, and with their help manage to track down Rose What she doesn t know is that Colt is als [...]

    6. Embers and Echoes is absolutely amazing I knew Karsten Knight was an awesome writer after I read Wildefire, but Knight totally took me to a higher level of his awesomeness in the sequel Embers and Echoes I thought I knew a little where Knight was going to take his sequel, but I was wrong Knight definitely blew me away with the storyline in Embers and Echoes, and one of the mind blowing was Colt Halliday, yes, notice I said his whole name full names are used when you really want to do bodily harm [...]

    7. Ashline Wilde, age 16 is a reincarnated volcano goddess, Pele on a mission Her younger sister has been kidnapped by the Cloake, a supposed Miami based cult Ashline is nearly killed by her boyfriend and once she gets away she hopes to never see him again, but that isn t in the cards Ash comes in contact with the Four Seasons, who are power hungry deities and finds that they are working for a very wealthy woman who s goal is to use Ash s six year old sister, Rose, to open the portal to the netherw [...]

    8. As you know, I absolutely adored Ash and the gang in last year s Wildefire, and I m happy to say that I enjoyed Embers and Echoes as well even if lots of my favorite characters weren t really in this book Sad Sasha.Karsten Knight took us away from the boarding school setting and brought us to the sizzling beaches of Miami and I enjoyed the setting change It helped me visualize how much change has gone on in Ash s life since she figured out that she was a reincarnated goddess And while I enjoyed [...]

    9. Eventually, I will finish Wildefire Until then, I will say that I like the title for this book Perhaps the cover will be cooler too.

    10. From my blog Auntie Spinelli ReadsOh My Wow I am currently speechless, please give me 3.5 secondsOkay Ahem So, um, this book rocked my socks It was fast paced, action packed, and full of twists and turns The stakes are high and nothing is what it seems And boy, did everything go to hell in a handbasketMr Knight really knows how to play your emotions I felt a vast array of them shock, horror, sadness, joy, regret Mostly shock This book was a rollercoaster of emotion There are SO many things that [...]

    11. Truly and engrossing read Okay huge spoilers so anyone who reads and have not read the book have only themselves to blame if they read further.Ashe is one of my favorite female leads So after finding out her boyfriend is a deity as well he shows a bit of true insanity Ashe uses her lava powers to glue him to ground to get away from him She eventually goes to Miami to find the enticing the Aztec god of night Tezcatlipoca but referred to as Wes Also their are tidbits into the long lost little sist [...]

    12. Embers and Echoes, the sequel to Wildefire was an amazing emotional rollercoaster I read Wildefire last year and really enjoyed it Karsten left readers with a shocking cliff hanger so I knew I had to read the sequel ASAP Embers and Echoes starts off exactly where the last book ended, with Ashline and Colt emerging from the motorcycle accident, and where readers learn the revelations about Colt s true identity don t want to spoil the series for those who haven t read it yet Ashline has a dream of [...]

    13. OMG, really Karsten Knight You HAD to kill EVERYONE Even the characters I actually liked Wow, this book was filled with SOOOOO many twists and turns, I never saw it coming.Well, except for the cryptic DONT AGE THE BABY thingah, well, overallAMAZING book with brand new characters and action packed scenes.And the part with Pele being a candelabra, that was certainly interesting But now I m wonderinge goddess was split into the Spark, the Fuse, and the Ember, but who is really Pele Ashline, Evelyn, [...]

    14. Full review on Reader s Dialogue readersdialogue 2Definitely fiery With the amount of times Miami is burnt, frozen, overgrown, electrocuted, or blown up, it s amazing it still exists Ash s search for her little sister leads her to of what she experienced in the first book in regard to her trust of others, her quest to live a normal life, and her desire to patch things up with her sisters As her visions show her and of her past lives, she doesn t know whom to trust and who should trust her The [...]

    15. Ah good, no middle book syndrom to be found here A lot violence and a little less crazy sister though Eve is stuck in the netherworld and a group of gods have kidnapped Ash s sister from her previous kidnappers And now that she knows her boyfriend Colt is a creepy liar, she s on her own, headed to Miami to get back both her sisters There she meets Wes, god of the night and his friend Aurora, some goddess with wings, who are willing to help Ash in tracking down her youngest sister by going after [...]

    16. THAT WAS AN INTENSE READ This book is just AMAZING, thumbs UP for Karsten Knight.First, the characters are unique, and based on the myths of god and goddess around the world, ones I ve never even heard of So that alone is pretty interesting.And then, comes the plot You know, I tend to always predict the plot of the books i read And I tend to be right, A LOT But ever since i read Wildefire and then Embers and Echoes I just couldn t guess the plot surely There s a lot of twists that make me think [...]

    17. I wish that puts a higher rating in the stars because I think this story deserves than just five stars It deserves ten for crying out loud Already I enjoyed the second book than the first book because of the intense action and the fire power that our beloved heroine Ash possesses Talk about a heroine who is probably katnis everden and Beatrice prior combined into one, with a few added touches to make Ash a fiery goddess that I have come to love in this series Now I need to go onto the third bo [...]

    18. Second round, still SO GOOD Previous ReviewI had not expected this to get SO GOOD It s wildly entertaining with original plot, twists, and actioned packed scenes It s also emotionally drenching to see how much Ash and others had to go through Same with the last one, there were multiples of flashbacks and a lot of characters but I had no problem retaining all of them Each one helped move the story along and build the many layers of its world The ending, again, I did not see it coming It s a VERY [...]

    19. I am a bit disappointed with this book Not really feeling the direction of this book To me the first book had a Misfits feel to it BBC show I loved how these teenagers at school got together to form this group that fought against the bad guys Taking Ash away from the school and away from the others gods, well it didn t really work for me And now having her go on this wild goose chase Also, why cant writers write me one good story where the bf isn t a controlling or an asshole I will definitely c [...]

    20. Easy read and good writing, but average to poor plot I struggled through the first quarter and decided to keep reading Put the book down permanently after the movie theater scene That was just uncalled for and one of the the terrible and awful scenes I ve read in a long time Not worth finishing the book or series after that.

    21. Dont worry no spoiler but omg this book is awesome its about greek mythology gods and there so much going on that it leaves u on the edge of your sitn But also truly sad to.Definitely reading the third right away waited to long to read the 2nd 3rd.

    22. This book was soooo much better than the previous book Most of my issues with the last book were fixed in the sequel For instance, you see a lot supernatural action from Ash Also, I didn t find many plot holes However, the beginning felt weird In the first book, the ending was awkward and I didn t like it all that much The beginning of Embers and Echoes was a continuation of Wildefire s ending It was like the author wrote the ending and beginning of the two books as one chapter, then literally [...]

    23. I actually liked the second one better than the first I thought the characters had of a chance to devolop in this book even though an entire new set was introduced Also, the bad characters were pretty creeptastic I am looking forward to the next book.

    24. I really think this is an underrated series It s so diverse in race culture, and really dives into high fantasy gods goddesses The story is compelling and original

    25. Review Posted on Reading Lark 11 11 13 readinglark 2013 I loved the first novel in this series so I had extremely high hopes for this one Wildefire ended with some major emotional moments and I was anxious to see how those would be resolved Sadly, I had to wait to work this one in because ARC s and other novels had higher priority in my review list I finally decided it was time to work this one in so I could read the final novel quickly after its release.In some ways I feel like Ember Echoes suf [...]

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