Review: Embers and Echoes by Karsten Knight


Embers and Echoes (Wildefire, #2)
Release Date: August 28 2012
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Format: Hardcover
Pages: 480
Genre: YA/Supernatural/ Fiction
Source: Purchased

Goodreads Synopsis:

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


My Thoughts:
This book was amazing just like I thought it would be. The cliffhanger at the end of Wildefire was a WTH moment for me and Karsten picks up right where he left off with Embers and Echoes. 

I enjoy the mythology of this series. I like the whole God's and Goddess's concept. It is a nice change of pace from the ususal supernatural themed novels out there.

I love the Ash. I think her character is awesome to say the least. I was so upset about Cole in the beginning but then Karsten introduces Wes and I honestly could not have been happier. 

I really liked how Karsten went back into some of Ashline's past lives. It gave a great look into the relationship between her and Cole and how all of them have intermingled throughout the years. I really enjoyed that.

Embers and Echoes is just as hot and steamy with an action packed plot and great new characters and evil villains. Karsten knocks it out of the park again with Embers and Echoes. 

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