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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. That love is not even close to a strong enough word for what I feel about it. That I will be reading this book again and again.

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And that while there seemed to be so very many pages, the story ended all too quickly. I forgot how much I loved his writing.

I forgot how captivated I was by his characters. 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 cr Ember and Echoes by Karsten Knight: She does not take crap, and you just got to love her attitude.

Seriously kind of scary and would not want to be on her bad side, but you can't help but admire all of her. Seriously there is not one thing I would change about her, she does everything she can for those she cares about and loves. She puts it all out there no matter what, and doesn't take the crap. She has baggage but she doesn't mind helping someone with theirs. In this book she is just more amazing and I didn't think that could happen, she grows much more mature, stronger and even more smartass than book one.

Karsten's characters are in one word amazing, I can't explain it but his just come to life and makes you think you are there with them, feeling what they feel, wishing you could just hug some of them in some spots and just be their friend, and it doesn't happen often enough that an author keeps people on the edge of your seat, biting your nails, and wondering what the hell is going to happen next.

You cannot predict Ashline so don't try. Then there is Colt swoon worthy jerk of the year Colt. I loved him and then I started to hate him.

I did not see any of what happened to him coming. Again another amazing character who you cannot predict, you think one thing and something else happens, you start thinking he's an ass and he's not, you think he is good and nope not at all. Ahhh he was making me so frustrated I wanted to scream, which I am not going to lie I did a little.

Some parts I couldn't believe what was happening but then I was like I am in love. Then there was Wes whoa baby, back up. When he got introduced I was already half in love with him.

Through the book my love grew for him , he was a good guy, and Aurora wow what another amazing character who I cried hysterically for and she is not the only one but I don't want to spoil it for anyone. But these new characters Wes, Aurora the four seasons, Rose Wilde and even Eve amazing, amazing, amazing.

This author gets these characters and nailed them right on, with all the information on them, their pasts and everything about them. He makes all their feelings seem real, even the horrible ones. I can't gush enough and I know I keep repeating myself but I can't get over it.

All I know this is a book I recommend to everyone, it has a little bit of everything for everyone. Ahhh I am already ready for book 3 and I know I will be biting my nails waiting waiting waiting!!!

View 1 comment. Jul 24, Rachel rated it it was amazing Shelves: Ashline Wilde wanted nothing more than to leave Blackwood Academy behind and to escape the memories of everything that happened that May.

It will follow you. And ignoring it can have devastating consequences. Her six-year-old sister Rose. With barely any information to go on, she only knows that she has to try. Because her latest visions reveal that Rose could be in even more danger than she was before. And returning to Scarsdale without her is not a future Ash is willing to accept.

Being a volcano goddess may have its perks, a fiery temper not always being one of them, but it also means that things can turn deadly. So when the search for her sister lands her in the path of a group of gods and goddess that have a bloodthirsty agenda, Ash must decide whether saving her sister is enough or whether she will have to become a hero for all of humanity.

This sequel, that brings together gods and goddesses from around the globe, not only packs a punch, but has an easy flow that will make the pages fly. He broadens the setting, lengthens the timeline, enlarges the cast of characters and expands the world. And he does all this in a way that feels natural to the story, right for the characters and easy to follow for the reader. Leaving Blackwood Academy behind her, Ashline Wilde sets off on a quest to find her younger sister.

One that will introduce her to new friends and put her face-to-face with old enemies. One that holds the promise of a new love but will make her confront an old one. And one that will put her life at risk time and time again. Author Karsten Knight has crafted a story that is inventive, exciting, shocking, heartbreaking and utterly spellbinding. With its beautiful and fluid writing that brings both crushing and heartrending losses and surprising and violent ends, this sequel allows readers to make a stronger emotional connection with the characters and story.

If I could give this book as many stars as it would take to fill the night sky I would. This book was intense. It was action-packed. It was everything that Wildefire was, but so much more.

I could not believe how packed full of everything this book was. There was nail-biting suspense. There was a lightning fast pace. There were peeks into another time. There were peeks into another place.

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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. That love is not even close to a strong enough word for what I feel about it.

That I will be reading this book again and again. And that while there seemed to be so very many pages, the story ended all too quickly. I forgot how much I loved his writing. I forgot how captivated I was by his characters.

And I never expected for him to make me cry. But he did that too. To say I liked this book just a little bit would be the understatement of the century. View 2 comments. Feb 20, April rated it really liked it. 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. That doesn't mean I'm incapable of feeling.

I still experience love, and I can still experience pain. He isn't human. He isn't the same Colt. With this horrible realization, Ash ran away fro You can't run someplace new and not fill up the new space with the old stuff.

With this horrible realization, Ash ran away from him and decided to find her sisters--Rose, the youngest of the Wilde sisters who is known to be very dangerous and whom she never met, and Eve whom she learned isn't dead but in Nether, held captured by the Cloak. This was the second time recently she'd saved a boy from being chained and tortured. The looks that you and Wes have been exchanging the last forty-eight hours are so hot that I'm surprised you don't need sunglasses to keep from getting pregnant.

This book doesn't lack of those. It balances the story especially when the book is full of suspense and heart-throbbing actions. There are old enemies, old foes, new friends--all these characters are amazing and very well-developed. You just can't help but love and care for them.

So when a character died, well… of course it wasn't pretty, and it was absolutely not fun at all. I have to say that this book is even more heartbreaking for me than Wildefire 'cos once again I lost my favorite characters.

Embers and Echoes

The author isn't afraid to kill his characters--characters that I loved ever since Wildefire and I think it was a brave move. And please… oh dear Author, please, can you at least spare me some pain and heartache by not killing any more of my favorite characters? Not as much as I loved Wildefire, but this one is really good. More suspenseful than the first.

The mysteries and twists are even more intriguing. I am not fully satisfied with the ending because for me it's tragic. But overall, this book is amazing. The secrets and the revelations aren't what I expected either. There are more secrets from the past that are yet to unfold and I'm excited to see them revealed on the next book. Yes, sometimes I got frustrated because I didn't know who to trust anymore--the characters are unpredictable! So expect betrayal, revenge, and murders. I enjoyed it and I am eagerly anticipating the third.

Full of actions, mysteries, suspense, wit and even drama, this book will put you at the edge of your seat. You make a decision whether you want to spend your life staring at the dark horizons…Or whether you want to spend it catching every sunrise that you can.

Mar 01, Giselle rated it really liked it Shelves: A finished unsolicited copy was provided by the publisher for review. Embers and Echoes picks up right after. We find Ash with the truth of having another sister named Rose. She meets more gods and goddess friends this time around, and with their help manage to track down Rose.

What happens when she comes face to face with the love of her life, the trickster? Ash is such a spitfire, and I love it. I also love the fact that she rescues guys instead of the guys rescuing her. Lily is back and bitchier than ever. I rather liked how she took the role of villain since Eve was stuck in the Cloak Underworld. Wes is a great new addition and he seems more trustworthy than Colt ever was.

The mish-mash of all mythological tales are again combined in this trilogy. I rather like it. I would end up googling their names and reading up on all the stories. We need answers Karsten! I also love that the cast is multi-cultural. It just seems so much more relatable since not everyone is a cookie cutter blonde in the novel. So much action in this one that I could not put it down.

I love the action scenes. The dialogue always managed to crack me up. Maybe Aphrodite is enticing them with her powers? Another confusing bit about the book was the switch from third person to second person. I thought it was wildy annoying, and felt Karsten should have stuck to third person through out the novel.

Second person viewpoints should stick Choose Your Own Adventure books. In the end, I really enjoyed this one. 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.

I fell in love the gorgeous forest ranger Colt right along with Ashline in Wildefire, but this time around, Jerk is way too nice of a name for Colt. I love it when Ashline told Colt "Come near me again, and we'll find out what else you can regrow. Ashline is a girl after my own heart when she says this to Colt. Thank you Mr. Knight for Ashline's wonderful character! Ashline is going to really have a rough time with love and fighting for her life, she will find out who Colt really is, plus trying to get Eve out of the Cloak's Netherworld and losing more of her friend, old ones and new ones.

And she also will have to fight four sadistic gods and goddess's to get her little sister Rose back, with one of the sadistic goddess being Lily. Ashline has her hands full and on top of everything she is remember her past lives. Ashline has to go to Miami for her fight and rescue mission and she meets Wesley who's the Aztec god of night and Aurora who's the Roman goddess of the dawn.

Wes and Aurora offer their myth's powers to help Ash, but it clear that Wes is offering more than just his power to Ash and Ash is not refusing Wes.

But Ash is starting to realize love for her really stinks when it comes to romance with gorgeous myth gods. Embers and Echoes is an amazing sequel to Wildefire with thrilling action and chilling heart-break for Ashline with her sister, her friend, her enemies and her love life.

I highly recommend Embers and Echoes as a must read beautiful kick-ass heroine you will love and be rooting for. May 09, Leann rated it really liked it.

Embers and Echoes

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. 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.I hated Colt. Thank you Mr. Go download it now! Other books in the series. That I will be reading this book again and again. I actually look forward to seeing where the story goes. I forgot how captivated I was by his characters. Kind of odd.