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It was everything that Wildefire was, but so much more. I could not believe how packed full of everything this book was.

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There was nail-biting suspense. There was a lightning fast pace. There were peeks into another time.

There were peeks into another place. There were gods and goddesses aplenty. There was romance. There were heaps upon heaps of danger. And there were moments of tenderness and heartbreak that stopped my heart from beating, stole my breath and left me utterly devastated. Yes, this author broke my heart in not one, but two centuries.

Oh and of course there was a good boy, a bad boy and a not-so-good girl that took center stage. Every single character in this story was important. Every single character was fascinating and interesting and either detestable, lovable, a little bit of both, or just plain terrifying. Every moment was one I wanted to read. Every place that Ash went was one that I wanted to go along with her. And every heartbreaking moment was one I felt to my very core.

Especially with what happened to I want to explain why my heart broke over certain words the author put down on the page. Words that are causing me to tear up again as I think back on them. I want to talk about just what happened to those gods and goddess and what it could mean for the other characters. I want to talk about the past. I want to know what is going to happen next. I want to know why certain characters have certain motivations.

I want to know whether I should be as terrified of a certain character as I am. And I want to talk about a certain Hopi Trickster and what I really think about them. What I can say is that I loved this book both times I read it. May 09, Leann rated it really liked it. 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. This is also the place that Ash has sent her evil older sister, Eve. To make matters worse, Ash rescues the Aztec god, Wes and then has more issues with Colt, the ex-boyfriend. But she is having flashbacks to earlier lives and is finding out some disturbing information about all of the gods and goddesses in her current life. She must make some difficult decisions in order to save her current life and those she loves, but will it be too late?

This book is set in modern day which makes the gods and goddesses even more fun. Full of action and adventure, this is a fast moving, fun, exciting read! I highly recommend to High school and up. Oct 12, Mlpmom Book Reviewer rated it really liked it Shelves: Nov 12, Joy rated it liked it. Funny quote: I'm the Aztec God of night-Tezcatlipoca. Texting a cat with a what? Jul 20, Sasha rated it really liked it Shelves: Sad Sasha!

And while I enjoyed new characters — hello, Wes — I missed the old ones too! I loved it. View all 3 comments.

Jul 22, Cory marked it as to-read. 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. Jan 04, Alivia Anders is currently reading it Shelves: Dear Karsten Knight, I am waiting. Waiting for this book. Feb 26, Jessi Novel Heartbeat rated it it was amazing Shelves: From my blog Auntie Spinelli Reads Oh. I am currently speechless, please give me 3.

So, um, this book rocked my socks.

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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 handbasket 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 didn't go the way I wanted them to, and so many losses. I can't believe And the secrets revealed about the past were crazy!

Everything tied together brilliantly. And you only got bits and pieces at a time, so it was like a puzzle to figure out. I love puzzles. She's fiery and strong, albeit a bit volatile at times but that's because she's a volcano goddess. I gotta hand it to her, even after all of the shit that she went through - which would have reduced most of us into a sniveling fetal ball - she managed to keep her shit together and do what she had to do.

I hated Colt. I think I liked him in Wildefire, but I didn't know then what I know now, nor did I know everything that he was responsible for. And his agenda was shocking. I hope he gets what's coming to him in book 3! The minor characters were fabulous. Wes, the sexy god of night; Aurora, the spunky winged goddess; and even Ixtab esh-tawb , the lesbian-ish reaper of death. I liked them all!

And even the baddies were well-done, inciting dislike and sometimes outright hatred from me: Thorne, Bleak, Rey, and Lily. The Four Seasons were terrible and their fanatical ideas were horrifying. So were the things they did.

I'm not sure about the romance, though. Things moved pretty fast between Ash and Wes, and he was kind of a rebound from Colt - and there was an almost love triangle.

Thankfully it didn't fully form, because there was never a question of who Ash would pick or who I would pick for that matter.

It wasn't really instalove - they didn't get that serious - but it was a little more serious than you would expect from two people who had only known each other a few days. The revelation about Pele - holy crap! I never saw that one coming. The whole Candelabra thing with the Spark, the Fuse, and the Flame was fabulous!

Can I please have Afterglow now? The kind that run to their future, and the kind that run from their past. As someone who has run twice in her life, I can tell you this: They're the same damn thing.

Favorite character: Probably Aurora, I really liked her. I could see her and I being friends in real life. Nov 17, Natasha rated it really liked it. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. 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 litt Truly and engrossing read.

Also their are tidbits into the long lost little sister of Ashe and Eve and boy she is even worse than Eve. She truly loves blowing things up and is spiteful and entitled. The book introduces 3 antagonists along with a re-introduction to Lily who like they will a problem but the true instigator of all the misfortune is Colt because they promptly get killed off one by one. The first one to die is Norse goddess of Winter who I felt sorry for when she asked Ashe to not leave her alone while she died despite Ashe being the one responsible for it.

Then comes the death of said Norse deities boyfriend. Lily becomes a true entitled bint who despite the fact that she looked pained when trying to Kill Ashe deserved to be stabbed in the heart from a broken champagne glass. Her final moments are spent on one last rant on how the people she betrayed first ruined her life.

The final one gets offed by the psychotic Rose's explosions.

She is taken to Wes's home and eventually gets Ashe to the netherworld where Eve is kept. There its revealed that the reasons there are less gods is their own fault. The gods spent their eternal lives not gaining wisdom but being entitled bullies.

The spooky force that gods feared is actually a friendly hivemind allergic to hatred. They only took Eve when Ashe had enough of the emotional strain she put upon her. Even after being freed Eve proves that Ashe is the only reasonable one of the family along with the only one who has a fundamental moral core while Eve would turn off any guilt relating to her adoptive parents guilt and cause chaos. Colt reveals his mater plan of making the three Wildes one as they were all once the whole Pele.

Then Rose commits the act that removed any amount of sympathy I did have and could have had for her. She then throws Raja out a thirty foot window. And Eve steals Raja's baby to join Colt and his insane love fusion love plan making me wish that Ashe would break her big sisters jaw and cripple her. What a ride it was. I hope Rose dies painfully and slowly from an implosion for ironies sake. While Eve gets stuck in a cave instead all of them fusing back into one.

Embers and Echoes, the sequel to Wildefire was an amazing-emotional rollercoaster!

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I read Wildefire last year and really enjoyed it. Ashline has a dr Embers and Echoes, the sequel to Wildefire was an amazing-emotional rollercoaster! Ashline has a dream of Rose, her younger sister, and follows the clues to Miami.

Once she arrives in Miami, she saves another young man who happens to be a deity just like Ash. As Ash and her new friends search for her sister Rose, it leads them to the Four Seasons. Not only does Ash have to save her sister but stop the Four Season before they wreck havoc on the streets of Miami. Readers get a new playground as they leave the academy in California, and explore Miami. Knight had no problem getting rid of characters in this book, as the list of casualties piled up.

I was pretty shocked to see certain characters go and others were kind of expected LOL. This was a very quick read, regardless of it being almost pages pages. The book is full of action, suspense, crazy twist and shocking betrayals!

Go download it now! Jan 12, Perenelle rated it it was amazing Shelves: OMG, really Karsten Knight??? Even the characters I actually liked??? And the part with Pele being a candelabra, that was certainly interesting. But now I'm wondering So, which part of Pele is Ash?? Yes, she is the "volcano" part, but who was the one with Colt all this time?

And Wes, what part does he have?? And How many more gods and goddesses will be introduced??? What happened to Raja's kid? And what? I feel like I don't understand HOW this author can kill off this many people Many many people in how many pages??

A few. How could someone DO that??? Feb 03, Dainy rated it really liked it. Full review on Reader's Dialogue: Definitely 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 more 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 more and more of her past lives, she doesn't know who Full review on Reader's Dialogue: As her visions show her more and more of her past lives, she doesn't know whom to trust - and who should trust her.

The more she finds out, the more complicated things get. And when she learns exactly what the Cloak is doing, and what Colt is doing, the stakes are raised tremendously, both for her personally and for the world at large. I love Ash's relationship with Wes. It's so sweet to watch, and amid the crazy crazy going on all around them, it's nice to see this.

It's like their lifeline for a while. Until, of course, Ash finds out why they're being together is probably not such a good idea - and then in typical Ash fashion, fights for their relationship to survive despite the clear warning signs. Colt comes back and messes things up, but not for too long, thankfully - I really hate that guy by now. I was totally invested in the characters throughout the book, and when some of the good ones died, it hit me strongly.

It heightened the feeling of being completely alone that Ash has to deal with most of the time. And the last couple of pages are really really great!

Setting things up for book 3, but nail-bitingly tense all on its own. I'm really looking forward to the final book! Feb 24, Jessica rated it really liked it Shelves: Ah good, no middle-book-syndrom to be found here. A lot more 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 goi Ah good, no middle-book-syndrom to be found here. 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 Lesley, the woman determined to kill Eve and her band 4 of gods and goddesses who call themselves The Four Seasons.

This book is significantly longer than Wildefire but also has a lot more going on, this is not a case where the author forgot how to edit. This book includes many god-on-god battles in between calmer scenes where we get to know Ash's new friends, as well what happened in her most recent past life. We have some reappearances from Ash's god friends from the first book but mostly we're dealing with a new set of characters as people are not dead have gone their separate ways for the summer.

So this book brings with it, more anger, and fighting, but is just as good if not better than the first. We also learn a lot more about Pele and the Cloak. Jun 01, Tara rated it it was amazing. 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. 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 twice, and that's intriguing. I just can't put the book down, and trust me, this book's worth my whole night and day. So yeah, I really recommend for everyone to read it. You want romance?

Hot and stark boys? Some hand fist and cat fight? Just can't wait till the next installment is released. I heard it will be on December, geeeeez! Dec 27, Amy rated it it was amazing Shelves: I wish that goodreads puts a higher rating in the stars because I think this story deserves more than just five stars!

It deserves ten for crying out loud! Already I enjoyed the second book more 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 t I wish that goodreads puts a higher rating in the stars because I think this story deserves more than just five stars! Now I need to go onto the third book so that I can see her kick her ex boyfriends sorry butt back into oblivion!

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 good setup for the next book. Aug 21, Lori rated it liked it. 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 def I am a bit disappointed with this book. I will definitely catch the next book but i am just sitting here sighing at would this story could have been.

Feb 28, Peter rated it did not like it Shelves: 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 more terrible and awful scenes I've read in a long time. Not worth finishing the book or series after that. Dec 15, Nina rated it it was amazing. 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.

Jul 22, Steph Sinclair marked it as maybe-read Shelves: Okay, I really like the cover of this book! Aug 27, Olivia rated it it was amazing Shelves: 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 more 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 This book was soooo much better than the previous book. It was like the author wrote the ending and beginning of the two books as one chapter, then literally divided them.

Kind of odd. Another thing is that almost no characters from the book came back in, except Ash's family. The only other people that came in were unconscious and saved in the span of 2 pages or made a brief appearance before dying.

I feel like everyone dies. At least Ash addresses this in her internal struggle over whether or not to keeping fighting because everyone dies helping her, but still. Now to the positive aspects of the book. There were so many plot twists that were brilliant. The flashbacks, age old family feud, supernatural dramas, and game-changing self discoveries were absolutely brilliant! I still can't get over the secret of Ash, Eve, and Rose's real self. However, I must say that the ending shocked me. I really thought Eve had changed her ways, and then Rose's actions I was really hoping Ash would get her happily ever after, but I am excited there is another book.

Overall, I absolutely loved this book! Definitely recommend that everyone reads this series! It may have some flaws, but it's easy to get past once you see how awesome the series is.

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