Heart of Ash

Heart of Ash

Ash may have escaped the immortal-worshipping cult that killed her mother, but the love of her life is still under its thrall. Dane has been possessed by his diabolical ancestor Coronado, a man who's fabulously wealthy, dripping with fame, and the leader of Europe's most dangerous immortal network. Dane begs Ash to join him at Coronado's castle in Spain, and swears that hi Ash may have escaped the immortal-worshipping cult that killed her mother, but the love of her life is still under its th...

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Title:Heart of Ash
Author:Kim Liggett
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Genres:Horror
ISBN:0399166491
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:278 pages pages

Heart of Ash Reviews

  • Karen Johnson
    May 14, 2018

    "We're like a dissonant chord in the finale of Beethoven's Ninth Symphony, begging for resolution. As long as we're apart, there will never be peace in the world...harmony." - pg 41 of Heart of Ash Ash Larkin barely survived a year ago when she was caught in the crossroads of a cult...

    Heart of Ash is exactly the book I needed at the right time. As many of you know, my reading record this year has been staggered and less than stellar. In the past week, I have read 3 horrible ARCs and I was questioning what happened to YA. For every 20 books there may be 1 truly great...

    Heart of Ash is so much better than Blood and Salt. Honestly, I think a lot of the problems I had with the first book were actually plot points that helped build this sequel, so I'm not as bitter as I had been by the time I'd finished it. I'm so glad Kim Liggett finally gave us one to...

    I really didn't love this. When Blood and Salt first came out, I read it and savored it and took it into my heart like something that belonged there. This book didn't belong. It was rushed, the storyline was weak, and it felt like this book had absolutely nothing to do with the first o...

    I read an ARC copy of this book so... maybe there's still a chance that it could get better? This book was bad.... physically painful for me to read. The timing was all over the place. Two pages to cover important plot points and way too many pages explaining stupid, unnecessary detail...

    ARC- review to come ...

    2018?!!!! *sobs* ...

    What did I just read? I don't know if Liggett was under a lot of pressure to write another book, if she had some other person who vaguely has a grasp of writing write this for her, or what happened, but this book is ridiculous. Blood and Salt was vaguely passable, but this reads...

    Heart of Ash did not live up to the standard Blood and Salt set. The first book was on a smaller, more intimate scale that held the tension really well. Then Heart of Ash turned it into a global conspiracy that just took away from the original story. Where Ash used to be a mature teen ...

    When I started reading this book I kind of missed the element of horro that was more prevalent in the first book, but as I read on the book really made up for it with alot of other great aspects. The mystery element of the story as well as the character development was really great an...

    A good ending to the series, I enjoyed the way all of the loose ends were tied up. I hate to be a critic but one thing I?d have enjoyed was an epilogue to see how our characters are dealing with the aftermath of things. I don?t think I fell into Heart of Ash as much as I did Blood ...

    Loved, loved, loved. Was great to see what happened to the characters I had grown to love in Blood & Salt. Enough twists and turns to keep me turning the pages and not wanting to put it down. A must-read! ...

  • Jordan
    Jul 15, 2018

    "We're like a dissonant chord in the finale of Beethoven's Ninth Symphony, begging for resolution. As long as we're apart, there will never be peace in the world...harmony." - pg 41 of Heart of Ash Ash Larkin barely survived a year ago when she was caught in the crossroads of a cult...

    Heart of Ash is exactly the book I needed at the right time. As many of you know, my reading record this year has been staggered and less than stellar. In the past week, I have read 3 horrible ARCs and I was questioning what happened to YA. For every 20 books there may be 1 truly great...

  • Jaime Lester
    Apr 07, 2018

    "We're like a dissonant chord in the finale of Beethoven's Ninth Symphony, begging for resolution. As long as we're apart, there will never be peace in the world...harmony." - pg 41 of Heart of Ash Ash Larkin barely survived a year ago when she was caught in the crossroads of a cult...

    Heart of Ash is exactly the book I needed at the right time. As many of you know, my reading record this year has been staggered and less than stellar. In the past week, I have read 3 horrible ARCs and I was questioning what happened to YA. For every 20 books there may be 1 truly great...

    Heart of Ash is so much better than Blood and Salt. Honestly, I think a lot of the problems I had with the first book were actually plot points that helped build this sequel, so I'm not as bitter as I had been by the time I'd finished it. I'm so glad Kim Liggett finally gave us one to...

    I really didn't love this. When Blood and Salt first came out, I read it and savored it and took it into my heart like something that belonged there. This book didn't belong. It was rushed, the storyline was weak, and it felt like this book had absolutely nothing to do with the first o...

    I read an ARC copy of this book so... maybe there's still a chance that it could get better? This book was bad.... physically painful for me to read. The timing was all over the place. Two pages to cover important plot points and way too many pages explaining stupid, unnecessary detail...

    ARC- review to come ...

    2018?!!!! *sobs* ...

    What did I just read? I don't know if Liggett was under a lot of pressure to write another book, if she had some other person who vaguely has a grasp of writing write this for her, or what happened, but this book is ridiculous. Blood and Salt was vaguely passable, but this reads...

    Heart of Ash did not live up to the standard Blood and Salt set. The first book was on a smaller, more intimate scale that held the tension really well. Then Heart of Ash turned it into a global conspiracy that just took away from the original story. Where Ash used to be a mature teen ...

    When I started reading this book I kind of missed the element of horro that was more prevalent in the first book, but as I read on the book really made up for it with alot of other great aspects. The mystery element of the story as well as the character development was really great an...

    A good ending to the series, I enjoyed the way all of the loose ends were tied up. I hate to be a critic but one thing I?d have enjoyed was an epilogue to see how our characters are dealing with the aftermath of things. I don?t think I fell into Heart of Ash as much as I did Blood ...

    Loved, loved, loved. Was great to see what happened to the characters I had grown to love in Blood & Salt. Enough twists and turns to keep me turning the pages and not wanting to put it down. A must-read! ...

    So I actually read this book first and didn't read the first book, but it was still amazing! I thought that it was sorta slow, but that could be because I didn't read the first book so whatever. Anyways, the ending was dramatic and intense and I loved it. I definitely would recommend t...

    So, so good. Worth the wait, for sure! ...

  • Alyssa (Books Take You Places)
    Mar 17, 2018

    "We're like a dissonant chord in the finale of Beethoven's Ninth Symphony, begging for resolution. As long as we're apart, there will never be peace in the world...harmony." - pg 41 of Heart of Ash Ash Larkin barely survived a year ago when she was caught in the crossroads of a cult...

    Heart of Ash is exactly the book I needed at the right time. As many of you know, my reading record this year has been staggered and less than stellar. In the past week, I have read 3 horrible ARCs and I was questioning what happened to YA. For every 20 books there may be 1 truly great...

    Heart of Ash is so much better than Blood and Salt. Honestly, I think a lot of the problems I had with the first book were actually plot points that helped build this sequel, so I'm not as bitter as I had been by the time I'd finished it. I'm so glad Kim Liggett finally gave us one to...

    I really didn't love this. When Blood and Salt first came out, I read it and savored it and took it into my heart like something that belonged there. This book didn't belong. It was rushed, the storyline was weak, and it felt like this book had absolutely nothing to do with the first o...

    I read an ARC copy of this book so... maybe there's still a chance that it could get better? This book was bad.... physically painful for me to read. The timing was all over the place. Two pages to cover important plot points and way too many pages explaining stupid, unnecessary detail...

    ARC- review to come ...

    2018?!!!! *sobs* ...

    What did I just read? I don't know if Liggett was under a lot of pressure to write another book, if she had some other person who vaguely has a grasp of writing write this for her, or what happened, but this book is ridiculous. Blood and Salt was vaguely passable, but this reads...

    Heart of Ash did not live up to the standard Blood and Salt set. The first book was on a smaller, more intimate scale that held the tension really well. Then Heart of Ash turned it into a global conspiracy that just took away from the original story. Where Ash used to be a mature teen ...

    When I started reading this book I kind of missed the element of horro that was more prevalent in the first book, but as I read on the book really made up for it with alot of other great aspects. The mystery element of the story as well as the character development was really great an...

    A good ending to the series, I enjoyed the way all of the loose ends were tied up. I hate to be a critic but one thing I?d have enjoyed was an epilogue to see how our characters are dealing with the aftermath of things. I don?t think I fell into Heart of Ash as much as I did Blood ...

  • Ashley
    Mar 04, 2018

    "We're like a dissonant chord in the finale of Beethoven's Ninth Symphony, begging for resolution. As long as we're apart, there will never be peace in the world...harmony." - pg 41 of Heart of Ash Ash Larkin barely survived a year ago when she was caught in the crossroads of a cult...

    Heart of Ash is exactly the book I needed at the right time. As many of you know, my reading record this year has been staggered and less than stellar. In the past week, I have read 3 horrible ARCs and I was questioning what happened to YA. For every 20 books there may be 1 truly great...

    Heart of Ash is so much better than Blood and Salt. Honestly, I think a lot of the problems I had with the first book were actually plot points that helped build this sequel, so I'm not as bitter as I had been by the time I'd finished it. I'm so glad Kim Liggett finally gave us one to...

    I really didn't love this. When Blood and Salt first came out, I read it and savored it and took it into my heart like something that belonged there. This book didn't belong. It was rushed, the storyline was weak, and it felt like this book had absolutely nothing to do with the first o...

    I read an ARC copy of this book so... maybe there's still a chance that it could get better? This book was bad.... physically painful for me to read. The timing was all over the place. Two pages to cover important plot points and way too many pages explaining stupid, unnecessary detail...

    ARC- review to come ...

    2018?!!!! *sobs* ...

    What did I just read? I don't know if Liggett was under a lot of pressure to write another book, if she had some other person who vaguely has a grasp of writing write this for her, or what happened, but this book is ridiculous. Blood and Salt was vaguely passable, but this reads...

    Heart of Ash did not live up to the standard Blood and Salt set. The first book was on a smaller, more intimate scale that held the tension really well. Then Heart of Ash turned it into a global conspiracy that just took away from the original story. Where Ash used to be a mature teen ...

    When I started reading this book I kind of missed the element of horro that was more prevalent in the first book, but as I read on the book really made up for it with alot of other great aspects. The mystery element of the story as well as the character development was really great an...

    A good ending to the series, I enjoyed the way all of the loose ends were tied up. I hate to be a critic but one thing I?d have enjoyed was an epilogue to see how our characters are dealing with the aftermath of things. I don?t think I fell into Heart of Ash as much as I did Blood ...

    Loved, loved, loved. Was great to see what happened to the characters I had grown to love in Blood & Salt. Enough twists and turns to keep me turning the pages and not wanting to put it down. A must-read! ...

    So I actually read this book first and didn't read the first book, but it was still amazing! I thought that it was sorta slow, but that could be because I didn't read the first book so whatever. Anyways, the ending was dramatic and intense and I loved it. I definitely would recommend t...

    So, so good. Worth the wait, for sure! ...

    This was interesting. While it had some quotable lines, I thought it was too short for my liking. The ending seemed rushed. ...

    Honestly not a huge fan of the writing style, it left out too many details which caused many scenes to be more confusing than anything else. but I enjoyed the story and its uniqueness overall. ...

    4.5/5 I do dishes this way to fast. everything about it was incredible. there was a tiny bit that felt like the pacing was off but other than that great story and a revisit of characters. ...

  • Endine
    Jun 14, 2018

    "We're like a dissonant chord in the finale of Beethoven's Ninth Symphony, begging for resolution. As long as we're apart, there will never be peace in the world...harmony." - pg 41 of Heart of Ash Ash Larkin barely survived a year ago when she was caught in the crossroads of a cult...

    Heart of Ash is exactly the book I needed at the right time. As many of you know, my reading record this year has been staggered and less than stellar. In the past week, I have read 3 horrible ARCs and I was questioning what happened to YA. For every 20 books there may be 1 truly great...

    Heart of Ash is so much better than Blood and Salt. Honestly, I think a lot of the problems I had with the first book were actually plot points that helped build this sequel, so I'm not as bitter as I had been by the time I'd finished it. I'm so glad Kim Liggett finally gave us one to...

    I really didn't love this. When Blood and Salt first came out, I read it and savored it and took it into my heart like something that belonged there. This book didn't belong. It was rushed, the storyline was weak, and it felt like this book had absolutely nothing to do with the first o...

    I read an ARC copy of this book so... maybe there's still a chance that it could get better? This book was bad.... physically painful for me to read. The timing was all over the place. Two pages to cover important plot points and way too many pages explaining stupid, unnecessary detail...

    ARC- review to come ...

    2018?!!!! *sobs* ...

    What did I just read? I don't know if Liggett was under a lot of pressure to write another book, if she had some other person who vaguely has a grasp of writing write this for her, or what happened, but this book is ridiculous. Blood and Salt was vaguely passable, but this reads...

    Heart of Ash did not live up to the standard Blood and Salt set. The first book was on a smaller, more intimate scale that held the tension really well. Then Heart of Ash turned it into a global conspiracy that just took away from the original story. Where Ash used to be a mature teen ...

    When I started reading this book I kind of missed the element of horro that was more prevalent in the first book, but as I read on the book really made up for it with alot of other great aspects. The mystery element of the story as well as the character development was really great an...

  • Jackie (No Bent Spines)
    Apr 29, 2016

    "We're like a dissonant chord in the finale of Beethoven's Ninth Symphony, begging for resolution. As long as we're apart, there will never be peace in the world...harmony." - pg 41 of Heart of Ash Ash Larkin barely survived a year ago when she was caught in the crossroads of a cult...

    Heart of Ash is exactly the book I needed at the right time. As many of you know, my reading record this year has been staggered and less than stellar. In the past week, I have read 3 horrible ARCs and I was questioning what happened to YA. For every 20 books there may be 1 truly great...

    Heart of Ash is so much better than Blood and Salt. Honestly, I think a lot of the problems I had with the first book were actually plot points that helped build this sequel, so I'm not as bitter as I had been by the time I'd finished it. I'm so glad Kim Liggett finally gave us one to...

    I really didn't love this. When Blood and Salt first came out, I read it and savored it and took it into my heart like something that belonged there. This book didn't belong. It was rushed, the storyline was weak, and it felt like this book had absolutely nothing to do with the first o...

    I read an ARC copy of this book so... maybe there's still a chance that it could get better? This book was bad.... physically painful for me to read. The timing was all over the place. Two pages to cover important plot points and way too many pages explaining stupid, unnecessary detail...

    ARC- review to come ...

  • Nicole
    Feb 03, 2018

    "We're like a dissonant chord in the finale of Beethoven's Ninth Symphony, begging for resolution. As long as we're apart, there will never be peace in the world...harmony." - pg 41 of Heart of Ash Ash Larkin barely survived a year ago when she was caught in the crossroads of a cult...

  • Rose Mary Burkett
    Sep 13, 2018

    "We're like a dissonant chord in the finale of Beethoven's Ninth Symphony, begging for resolution. As long as we're apart, there will never be peace in the world...harmony." - pg 41 of Heart of Ash Ash Larkin barely survived a year ago when she was caught in the crossroads of a cult...

    Heart of Ash is exactly the book I needed at the right time. As many of you know, my reading record this year has been staggered and less than stellar. In the past week, I have read 3 horrible ARCs and I was questioning what happened to YA. For every 20 books there may be 1 truly great...

    Heart of Ash is so much better than Blood and Salt. Honestly, I think a lot of the problems I had with the first book were actually plot points that helped build this sequel, so I'm not as bitter as I had been by the time I'd finished it. I'm so glad Kim Liggett finally gave us one to...

    I really didn't love this. When Blood and Salt first came out, I read it and savored it and took it into my heart like something that belonged there. This book didn't belong. It was rushed, the storyline was weak, and it felt like this book had absolutely nothing to do with the first o...

    I read an ARC copy of this book so... maybe there's still a chance that it could get better? This book was bad.... physically painful for me to read. The timing was all over the place. Two pages to cover important plot points and way too many pages explaining stupid, unnecessary detail...

    ARC- review to come ...

    2018?!!!! *sobs* ...

    What did I just read? I don't know if Liggett was under a lot of pressure to write another book, if she had some other person who vaguely has a grasp of writing write this for her, or what happened, but this book is ridiculous. Blood and Salt was vaguely passable, but this reads...

    Heart of Ash did not live up to the standard Blood and Salt set. The first book was on a smaller, more intimate scale that held the tension really well. Then Heart of Ash turned it into a global conspiracy that just took away from the original story. Where Ash used to be a mature teen ...

    When I started reading this book I kind of missed the element of horro that was more prevalent in the first book, but as I read on the book really made up for it with alot of other great aspects. The mystery element of the story as well as the character development was really great an...

    A good ending to the series, I enjoyed the way all of the loose ends were tied up. I hate to be a critic but one thing I?d have enjoyed was an epilogue to see how our characters are dealing with the aftermath of things. I don?t think I fell into Heart of Ash as much as I did Blood ...

    Loved, loved, loved. Was great to see what happened to the characters I had grown to love in Blood & Salt. Enough twists and turns to keep me turning the pages and not wanting to put it down. A must-read! ...

    So I actually read this book first and didn't read the first book, but it was still amazing! I thought that it was sorta slow, but that could be because I didn't read the first book so whatever. Anyways, the ending was dramatic and intense and I loved it. I definitely would recommend t...

    So, so good. Worth the wait, for sure! ...

    This was interesting. While it had some quotable lines, I thought it was too short for my liking. The ending seemed rushed. ...

    Honestly not a huge fan of the writing style, it left out too many details which caused many scenes to be more confusing than anything else. but I enjoyed the story and its uniqueness overall. ...

    4.5/5 I do dishes this way to fast. everything about it was incredible. there was a tiny bit that felt like the pacing was off but other than that great story and a revisit of characters. ...

    A worthy sequel to Blood and Salt, this book kept me guessing right up until the satisfying ending. ...

    Heart of Ash picks up right after Blood and Salt ends. Ash flees Quivara after Dane becomes possessed by Coronado?s spirit and her bothers capture. Determined to find and save her brother she agrees to join Coronado at his Castle in Spain. The new setting for the second book is ...

    Why must it be TWO THOUSAND AND EIGHTEEN tho? Regardless of release date I am excited and we have a title! ...

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  • Kim Friant
    Mar 05, 2018

    "We're like a dissonant chord in the finale of Beethoven's Ninth Symphony, begging for resolution. As long as we're apart, there will never be peace in the world...harmony." - pg 41 of Heart of Ash Ash Larkin barely survived a year ago when she was caught in the crossroads of a cult...

    Heart of Ash is exactly the book I needed at the right time. As many of you know, my reading record this year has been staggered and less than stellar. In the past week, I have read 3 horrible ARCs and I was questioning what happened to YA. For every 20 books there may be 1 truly great...

    Heart of Ash is so much better than Blood and Salt. Honestly, I think a lot of the problems I had with the first book were actually plot points that helped build this sequel, so I'm not as bitter as I had been by the time I'd finished it. I'm so glad Kim Liggett finally gave us one to...

    I really didn't love this. When Blood and Salt first came out, I read it and savored it and took it into my heart like something that belonged there. This book didn't belong. It was rushed, the storyline was weak, and it felt like this book had absolutely nothing to do with the first o...

    I read an ARC copy of this book so... maybe there's still a chance that it could get better? This book was bad.... physically painful for me to read. The timing was all over the place. Two pages to cover important plot points and way too many pages explaining stupid, unnecessary detail...

    ARC- review to come ...

    2018?!!!! *sobs* ...

    What did I just read? I don't know if Liggett was under a lot of pressure to write another book, if she had some other person who vaguely has a grasp of writing write this for her, or what happened, but this book is ridiculous. Blood and Salt was vaguely passable, but this reads...

    Heart of Ash did not live up to the standard Blood and Salt set. The first book was on a smaller, more intimate scale that held the tension really well. Then Heart of Ash turned it into a global conspiracy that just took away from the original story. Where Ash used to be a mature teen ...

  • jencurrentlyreading
    Jan 21, 2017

    "We're like a dissonant chord in the finale of Beethoven's Ninth Symphony, begging for resolution. As long as we're apart, there will never be peace in the world...harmony." - pg 41 of Heart of Ash Ash Larkin barely survived a year ago when she was caught in the crossroads of a cult...

    Heart of Ash is exactly the book I needed at the right time. As many of you know, my reading record this year has been staggered and less than stellar. In the past week, I have read 3 horrible ARCs and I was questioning what happened to YA. For every 20 books there may be 1 truly great...

    Heart of Ash is so much better than Blood and Salt. Honestly, I think a lot of the problems I had with the first book were actually plot points that helped build this sequel, so I'm not as bitter as I had been by the time I'd finished it. I'm so glad Kim Liggett finally gave us one to...

    I really didn't love this. When Blood and Salt first came out, I read it and savored it and took it into my heart like something that belonged there. This book didn't belong. It was rushed, the storyline was weak, and it felt like this book had absolutely nothing to do with the first o...

    I read an ARC copy of this book so... maybe there's still a chance that it could get better? This book was bad.... physically painful for me to read. The timing was all over the place. Two pages to cover important plot points and way too many pages explaining stupid, unnecessary detail...

    ARC- review to come ...

    2018?!!!! *sobs* ...

  • Ginnifer
    Jul 24, 2018

    "We're like a dissonant chord in the finale of Beethoven's Ninth Symphony, begging for resolution. As long as we're apart, there will never be peace in the world...harmony." - pg 41 of Heart of Ash Ash Larkin barely survived a year ago when she was caught in the crossroads of a cult...

    Heart of Ash is exactly the book I needed at the right time. As many of you know, my reading record this year has been staggered and less than stellar. In the past week, I have read 3 horrible ARCs and I was questioning what happened to YA. For every 20 books there may be 1 truly great...

    Heart of Ash is so much better than Blood and Salt. Honestly, I think a lot of the problems I had with the first book were actually plot points that helped build this sequel, so I'm not as bitter as I had been by the time I'd finished it. I'm so glad Kim Liggett finally gave us one to...

    I really didn't love this. When Blood and Salt first came out, I read it and savored it and took it into my heart like something that belonged there. This book didn't belong. It was rushed, the storyline was weak, and it felt like this book had absolutely nothing to do with the first o...

    I read an ARC copy of this book so... maybe there's still a chance that it could get better? This book was bad.... physically painful for me to read. The timing was all over the place. Two pages to cover important plot points and way too many pages explaining stupid, unnecessary detail...

    ARC- review to come ...

    2018?!!!! *sobs* ...

    What did I just read? I don't know if Liggett was under a lot of pressure to write another book, if she had some other person who vaguely has a grasp of writing write this for her, or what happened, but this book is ridiculous. Blood and Salt was vaguely passable, but this reads...

    Heart of Ash did not live up to the standard Blood and Salt set. The first book was on a smaller, more intimate scale that held the tension really well. Then Heart of Ash turned it into a global conspiracy that just took away from the original story. Where Ash used to be a mature teen ...

    When I started reading this book I kind of missed the element of horro that was more prevalent in the first book, but as I read on the book really made up for it with alot of other great aspects. The mystery element of the story as well as the character development was really great an...

    A good ending to the series, I enjoyed the way all of the loose ends were tied up. I hate to be a critic but one thing I?d have enjoyed was an epilogue to see how our characters are dealing with the aftermath of things. I don?t think I fell into Heart of Ash as much as I did Blood ...

    Loved, loved, loved. Was great to see what happened to the characters I had grown to love in Blood & Salt. Enough twists and turns to keep me turning the pages and not wanting to put it down. A must-read! ...

    So I actually read this book first and didn't read the first book, but it was still amazing! I thought that it was sorta slow, but that could be because I didn't read the first book so whatever. Anyways, the ending was dramatic and intense and I loved it. I definitely would recommend t...

    So, so good. Worth the wait, for sure! ...

    This was interesting. While it had some quotable lines, I thought it was too short for my liking. The ending seemed rushed. ...

    Honestly not a huge fan of the writing style, it left out too many details which caused many scenes to be more confusing than anything else. but I enjoyed the story and its uniqueness overall. ...

    4.5/5 I do dishes this way to fast. everything about it was incredible. there was a tiny bit that felt like the pacing was off but other than that great story and a revisit of characters. ...

    A worthy sequel to Blood and Salt, this book kept me guessing right up until the satisfying ending. ...

    Heart of Ash picks up right after Blood and Salt ends. Ash flees Quivara after Dane becomes possessed by Coronado?s spirit and her bothers capture. Determined to find and save her brother she agrees to join Coronado at his Castle in Spain. The new setting for the second book is ...

    Why must it be TWO THOUSAND AND EIGHTEEN tho? Regardless of release date I am excited and we have a title! ...

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  • Doree Weller
    May 28, 2018

    "We're like a dissonant chord in the finale of Beethoven's Ninth Symphony, begging for resolution. As long as we're apart, there will never be peace in the world...harmony." - pg 41 of Heart of Ash Ash Larkin barely survived a year ago when she was caught in the crossroads of a cult...

    Heart of Ash is exactly the book I needed at the right time. As many of you know, my reading record this year has been staggered and less than stellar. In the past week, I have read 3 horrible ARCs and I was questioning what happened to YA. For every 20 books there may be 1 truly great...

    Heart of Ash is so much better than Blood and Salt. Honestly, I think a lot of the problems I had with the first book were actually plot points that helped build this sequel, so I'm not as bitter as I had been by the time I'd finished it. I'm so glad Kim Liggett finally gave us one to...

    I really didn't love this. When Blood and Salt first came out, I read it and savored it and took it into my heart like something that belonged there. This book didn't belong. It was rushed, the storyline was weak, and it felt like this book had absolutely nothing to do with the first o...

    I read an ARC copy of this book so... maybe there's still a chance that it could get better? This book was bad.... physically painful for me to read. The timing was all over the place. Two pages to cover important plot points and way too many pages explaining stupid, unnecessary detail...

    ARC- review to come ...

    2018?!!!! *sobs* ...

    What did I just read? I don't know if Liggett was under a lot of pressure to write another book, if she had some other person who vaguely has a grasp of writing write this for her, or what happened, but this book is ridiculous. Blood and Salt was vaguely passable, but this reads...

    Heart of Ash did not live up to the standard Blood and Salt set. The first book was on a smaller, more intimate scale that held the tension really well. Then Heart of Ash turned it into a global conspiracy that just took away from the original story. Where Ash used to be a mature teen ...

    When I started reading this book I kind of missed the element of horro that was more prevalent in the first book, but as I read on the book really made up for it with alot of other great aspects. The mystery element of the story as well as the character development was really great an...

    A good ending to the series, I enjoyed the way all of the loose ends were tied up. I hate to be a critic but one thing I?d have enjoyed was an epilogue to see how our characters are dealing with the aftermath of things. I don?t think I fell into Heart of Ash as much as I did Blood ...

    Loved, loved, loved. Was great to see what happened to the characters I had grown to love in Blood & Salt. Enough twists and turns to keep me turning the pages and not wanting to put it down. A must-read! ...

    So I actually read this book first and didn't read the first book, but it was still amazing! I thought that it was sorta slow, but that could be because I didn't read the first book so whatever. Anyways, the ending was dramatic and intense and I loved it. I definitely would recommend t...

    So, so good. Worth the wait, for sure! ...

    This was interesting. While it had some quotable lines, I thought it was too short for my liking. The ending seemed rushed. ...

    Honestly not a huge fan of the writing style, it left out too many details which caused many scenes to be more confusing than anything else. but I enjoyed the story and its uniqueness overall. ...

    4.5/5 I do dishes this way to fast. everything about it was incredible. there was a tiny bit that felt like the pacing was off but other than that great story and a revisit of characters. ...

    A worthy sequel to Blood and Salt, this book kept me guessing right up until the satisfying ending. ...

  • Kayla
    Sep 27, 2017

    "We're like a dissonant chord in the finale of Beethoven's Ninth Symphony, begging for resolution. As long as we're apart, there will never be peace in the world...harmony." - pg 41 of Heart of Ash Ash Larkin barely survived a year ago when she was caught in the crossroads of a cult...

    Heart of Ash is exactly the book I needed at the right time. As many of you know, my reading record this year has been staggered and less than stellar. In the past week, I have read 3 horrible ARCs and I was questioning what happened to YA. For every 20 books there may be 1 truly great...

    Heart of Ash is so much better than Blood and Salt. Honestly, I think a lot of the problems I had with the first book were actually plot points that helped build this sequel, so I'm not as bitter as I had been by the time I'd finished it. I'm so glad Kim Liggett finally gave us one to...

    I really didn't love this. When Blood and Salt first came out, I read it and savored it and took it into my heart like something that belonged there. This book didn't belong. It was rushed, the storyline was weak, and it felt like this book had absolutely nothing to do with the first o...

    I read an ARC copy of this book so... maybe there's still a chance that it could get better? This book was bad.... physically painful for me to read. The timing was all over the place. Two pages to cover important plot points and way too many pages explaining stupid, unnecessary detail...

    ARC- review to come ...

    2018?!!!! *sobs* ...

    What did I just read? I don't know if Liggett was under a lot of pressure to write another book, if she had some other person who vaguely has a grasp of writing write this for her, or what happened, but this book is ridiculous. Blood and Salt was vaguely passable, but this reads...

    Heart of Ash did not live up to the standard Blood and Salt set. The first book was on a smaller, more intimate scale that held the tension really well. Then Heart of Ash turned it into a global conspiracy that just took away from the original story. Where Ash used to be a mature teen ...

    When I started reading this book I kind of missed the element of horro that was more prevalent in the first book, but as I read on the book really made up for it with alot of other great aspects. The mystery element of the story as well as the character development was really great an...

    A good ending to the series, I enjoyed the way all of the loose ends were tied up. I hate to be a critic but one thing I?d have enjoyed was an epilogue to see how our characters are dealing with the aftermath of things. I don?t think I fell into Heart of Ash as much as I did Blood ...

    Loved, loved, loved. Was great to see what happened to the characters I had grown to love in Blood & Salt. Enough twists and turns to keep me turning the pages and not wanting to put it down. A must-read! ...

    So I actually read this book first and didn't read the first book, but it was still amazing! I thought that it was sorta slow, but that could be because I didn't read the first book so whatever. Anyways, the ending was dramatic and intense and I loved it. I definitely would recommend t...

    So, so good. Worth the wait, for sure! ...

    This was interesting. While it had some quotable lines, I thought it was too short for my liking. The ending seemed rushed. ...

    Honestly not a huge fan of the writing style, it left out too many details which caused many scenes to be more confusing than anything else. but I enjoyed the story and its uniqueness overall. ...

    4.5/5 I do dishes this way to fast. everything about it was incredible. there was a tiny bit that felt like the pacing was off but other than that great story and a revisit of characters. ...

    A worthy sequel to Blood and Salt, this book kept me guessing right up until the satisfying ending. ...

    Heart of Ash picks up right after Blood and Salt ends. Ash flees Quivara after Dane becomes possessed by Coronado?s spirit and her bothers capture. Determined to find and save her brother she agrees to join Coronado at his Castle in Spain. The new setting for the second book is ...

  • Marie
    Dec 01, 2018

    "We're like a dissonant chord in the finale of Beethoven's Ninth Symphony, begging for resolution. As long as we're apart, there will never be peace in the world...harmony." - pg 41 of Heart of Ash Ash Larkin barely survived a year ago when she was caught in the crossroads of a cult...

    Heart of Ash is exactly the book I needed at the right time. As many of you know, my reading record this year has been staggered and less than stellar. In the past week, I have read 3 horrible ARCs and I was questioning what happened to YA. For every 20 books there may be 1 truly great...

    Heart of Ash is so much better than Blood and Salt. Honestly, I think a lot of the problems I had with the first book were actually plot points that helped build this sequel, so I'm not as bitter as I had been by the time I'd finished it. I'm so glad Kim Liggett finally gave us one to...

    I really didn't love this. When Blood and Salt first came out, I read it and savored it and took it into my heart like something that belonged there. This book didn't belong. It was rushed, the storyline was weak, and it felt like this book had absolutely nothing to do with the first o...

    I read an ARC copy of this book so... maybe there's still a chance that it could get better? This book was bad.... physically painful for me to read. The timing was all over the place. Two pages to cover important plot points and way too many pages explaining stupid, unnecessary detail...

    ARC- review to come ...

    2018?!!!! *sobs* ...

    What did I just read? I don't know if Liggett was under a lot of pressure to write another book, if she had some other person who vaguely has a grasp of writing write this for her, or what happened, but this book is ridiculous. Blood and Salt was vaguely passable, but this reads...

  • Alexis Stankewitz
    Apr 03, 2018

    "We're like a dissonant chord in the finale of Beethoven's Ninth Symphony, begging for resolution. As long as we're apart, there will never be peace in the world...harmony." - pg 41 of Heart of Ash Ash Larkin barely survived a year ago when she was caught in the crossroads of a cult...

    Heart of Ash is exactly the book I needed at the right time. As many of you know, my reading record this year has been staggered and less than stellar. In the past week, I have read 3 horrible ARCs and I was questioning what happened to YA. For every 20 books there may be 1 truly great...

    Heart of Ash is so much better than Blood and Salt. Honestly, I think a lot of the problems I had with the first book were actually plot points that helped build this sequel, so I'm not as bitter as I had been by the time I'd finished it. I'm so glad Kim Liggett finally gave us one to...

    I really didn't love this. When Blood and Salt first came out, I read it and savored it and took it into my heart like something that belonged there. This book didn't belong. It was rushed, the storyline was weak, and it felt like this book had absolutely nothing to do with the first o...

    I read an ARC copy of this book so... maybe there's still a chance that it could get better? This book was bad.... physically painful for me to read. The timing was all over the place. Two pages to cover important plot points and way too many pages explaining stupid, unnecessary detail...

    ARC- review to come ...

    2018?!!!! *sobs* ...

    What did I just read? I don't know if Liggett was under a lot of pressure to write another book, if she had some other person who vaguely has a grasp of writing write this for her, or what happened, but this book is ridiculous. Blood and Salt was vaguely passable, but this reads...

    Heart of Ash did not live up to the standard Blood and Salt set. The first book was on a smaller, more intimate scale that held the tension really well. Then Heart of Ash turned it into a global conspiracy that just took away from the original story. Where Ash used to be a mature teen ...

    When I started reading this book I kind of missed the element of horro that was more prevalent in the first book, but as I read on the book really made up for it with alot of other great aspects. The mystery element of the story as well as the character development was really great an...

    A good ending to the series, I enjoyed the way all of the loose ends were tied up. I hate to be a critic but one thing I?d have enjoyed was an epilogue to see how our characters are dealing with the aftermath of things. I don?t think I fell into Heart of Ash as much as I did Blood ...

    Loved, loved, loved. Was great to see what happened to the characters I had grown to love in Blood & Salt. Enough twists and turns to keep me turning the pages and not wanting to put it down. A must-read! ...

    So I actually read this book first and didn't read the first book, but it was still amazing! I thought that it was sorta slow, but that could be because I didn't read the first book so whatever. Anyways, the ending was dramatic and intense and I loved it. I definitely would recommend t...

    So, so good. Worth the wait, for sure! ...

    This was interesting. While it had some quotable lines, I thought it was too short for my liking. The ending seemed rushed. ...

  • Melody Thomas
    Jun 01, 2018

    "We're like a dissonant chord in the finale of Beethoven's Ninth Symphony, begging for resolution. As long as we're apart, there will never be peace in the world...harmony." - pg 41 of Heart of Ash Ash Larkin barely survived a year ago when she was caught in the crossroads of a cult...

    Heart of Ash is exactly the book I needed at the right time. As many of you know, my reading record this year has been staggered and less than stellar. In the past week, I have read 3 horrible ARCs and I was questioning what happened to YA. For every 20 books there may be 1 truly great...

    Heart of Ash is so much better than Blood and Salt. Honestly, I think a lot of the problems I had with the first book were actually plot points that helped build this sequel, so I'm not as bitter as I had been by the time I'd finished it. I'm so glad Kim Liggett finally gave us one to...

    I really didn't love this. When Blood and Salt first came out, I read it and savored it and took it into my heart like something that belonged there. This book didn't belong. It was rushed, the storyline was weak, and it felt like this book had absolutely nothing to do with the first o...

    I read an ARC copy of this book so... maybe there's still a chance that it could get better? This book was bad.... physically painful for me to read. The timing was all over the place. Two pages to cover important plot points and way too many pages explaining stupid, unnecessary detail...

    ARC- review to come ...

    2018?!!!! *sobs* ...

    What did I just read? I don't know if Liggett was under a lot of pressure to write another book, if she had some other person who vaguely has a grasp of writing write this for her, or what happened, but this book is ridiculous. Blood and Salt was vaguely passable, but this reads...

    Heart of Ash did not live up to the standard Blood and Salt set. The first book was on a smaller, more intimate scale that held the tension really well. Then Heart of Ash turned it into a global conspiracy that just took away from the original story. Where Ash used to be a mature teen ...

    When I started reading this book I kind of missed the element of horro that was more prevalent in the first book, but as I read on the book really made up for it with alot of other great aspects. The mystery element of the story as well as the character development was really great an...

    A good ending to the series, I enjoyed the way all of the loose ends were tied up. I hate to be a critic but one thing I?d have enjoyed was an epilogue to see how our characters are dealing with the aftermath of things. I don?t think I fell into Heart of Ash as much as I did Blood ...

    Loved, loved, loved. Was great to see what happened to the characters I had grown to love in Blood & Salt. Enough twists and turns to keep me turning the pages and not wanting to put it down. A must-read! ...

    So I actually read this book first and didn't read the first book, but it was still amazing! I thought that it was sorta slow, but that could be because I didn't read the first book so whatever. Anyways, the ending was dramatic and intense and I loved it. I definitely would recommend t...

    So, so good. Worth the wait, for sure! ...

    This was interesting. While it had some quotable lines, I thought it was too short for my liking. The ending seemed rushed. ...

    Honestly not a huge fan of the writing style, it left out too many details which caused many scenes to be more confusing than anything else. but I enjoyed the story and its uniqueness overall. ...

    4.5/5 I do dishes this way to fast. everything about it was incredible. there was a tiny bit that felt like the pacing was off but other than that great story and a revisit of characters. ...

    A worthy sequel to Blood and Salt, this book kept me guessing right up until the satisfying ending. ...

    Heart of Ash picks up right after Blood and Salt ends. Ash flees Quivara after Dane becomes possessed by Coronado?s spirit and her bothers capture. Determined to find and save her brother she agrees to join Coronado at his Castle in Spain. The new setting for the second book is ...

    Why must it be TWO THOUSAND AND EIGHTEEN tho? Regardless of release date I am excited and we have a title! ...

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  • Tova
    Feb 04, 2017

    "We're like a dissonant chord in the finale of Beethoven's Ninth Symphony, begging for resolution. As long as we're apart, there will never be peace in the world...harmony." - pg 41 of Heart of Ash Ash Larkin barely survived a year ago when she was caught in the crossroads of a cult...

    Heart of Ash is exactly the book I needed at the right time. As many of you know, my reading record this year has been staggered and less than stellar. In the past week, I have read 3 horrible ARCs and I was questioning what happened to YA. For every 20 books there may be 1 truly great...

    Heart of Ash is so much better than Blood and Salt. Honestly, I think a lot of the problems I had with the first book were actually plot points that helped build this sequel, so I'm not as bitter as I had been by the time I'd finished it. I'm so glad Kim Liggett finally gave us one to...

    I really didn't love this. When Blood and Salt first came out, I read it and savored it and took it into my heart like something that belonged there. This book didn't belong. It was rushed, the storyline was weak, and it felt like this book had absolutely nothing to do with the first o...

    I read an ARC copy of this book so... maybe there's still a chance that it could get better? This book was bad.... physically painful for me to read. The timing was all over the place. Two pages to cover important plot points and way too many pages explaining stupid, unnecessary detail...

    ARC- review to come ...

    2018?!!!! *sobs* ...

    What did I just read? I don't know if Liggett was under a lot of pressure to write another book, if she had some other person who vaguely has a grasp of writing write this for her, or what happened, but this book is ridiculous. Blood and Salt was vaguely passable, but this reads...

    Heart of Ash did not live up to the standard Blood and Salt set. The first book was on a smaller, more intimate scale that held the tension really well. Then Heart of Ash turned it into a global conspiracy that just took away from the original story. Where Ash used to be a mature teen ...

    When I started reading this book I kind of missed the element of horro that was more prevalent in the first book, but as I read on the book really made up for it with alot of other great aspects. The mystery element of the story as well as the character development was really great an...

    A good ending to the series, I enjoyed the way all of the loose ends were tied up. I hate to be a critic but one thing I?d have enjoyed was an epilogue to see how our characters are dealing with the aftermath of things. I don?t think I fell into Heart of Ash as much as I did Blood ...

    Loved, loved, loved. Was great to see what happened to the characters I had grown to love in Blood & Salt. Enough twists and turns to keep me turning the pages and not wanting to put it down. A must-read! ...

    So I actually read this book first and didn't read the first book, but it was still amazing! I thought that it was sorta slow, but that could be because I didn't read the first book so whatever. Anyways, the ending was dramatic and intense and I loved it. I definitely would recommend t...

    So, so good. Worth the wait, for sure! ...

    This was interesting. While it had some quotable lines, I thought it was too short for my liking. The ending seemed rushed. ...

    Honestly not a huge fan of the writing style, it left out too many details which caused many scenes to be more confusing than anything else. but I enjoyed the story and its uniqueness overall. ...

    4.5/5 I do dishes this way to fast. everything about it was incredible. there was a tiny bit that felt like the pacing was off but other than that great story and a revisit of characters. ...

    A worthy sequel to Blood and Salt, this book kept me guessing right up until the satisfying ending. ...

    Heart of Ash picks up right after Blood and Salt ends. Ash flees Quivara after Dane becomes possessed by Coronado?s spirit and her bothers capture. Determined to find and save her brother she agrees to join Coronado at his Castle in Spain. The new setting for the second book is ...

    Why must it be TWO THOUSAND AND EIGHTEEN tho? Regardless of release date I am excited and we have a title! ...

  • Lauren Watts
    Feb 07, 2018

    "We're like a dissonant chord in the finale of Beethoven's Ninth Symphony, begging for resolution. As long as we're apart, there will never be peace in the world...harmony." - pg 41 of Heart of Ash Ash Larkin barely survived a year ago when she was caught in the crossroads of a cult...

    Heart of Ash is exactly the book I needed at the right time. As many of you know, my reading record this year has been staggered and less than stellar. In the past week, I have read 3 horrible ARCs and I was questioning what happened to YA. For every 20 books there may be 1 truly great...

    Heart of Ash is so much better than Blood and Salt. Honestly, I think a lot of the problems I had with the first book were actually plot points that helped build this sequel, so I'm not as bitter as I had been by the time I'd finished it. I'm so glad Kim Liggett finally gave us one to...

    I really didn't love this. When Blood and Salt first came out, I read it and savored it and took it into my heart like something that belonged there. This book didn't belong. It was rushed, the storyline was weak, and it felt like this book had absolutely nothing to do with the first o...

    I read an ARC copy of this book so... maybe there's still a chance that it could get better? This book was bad.... physically painful for me to read. The timing was all over the place. Two pages to cover important plot points and way too many pages explaining stupid, unnecessary detail...

  • Hannah Michaels
    Feb 19, 2018

    "We're like a dissonant chord in the finale of Beethoven's Ninth Symphony, begging for resolution. As long as we're apart, there will never be peace in the world...harmony." - pg 41 of Heart of Ash Ash Larkin barely survived a year ago when she was caught in the crossroads of a cult...

    Heart of Ash is exactly the book I needed at the right time. As many of you know, my reading record this year has been staggered and less than stellar. In the past week, I have read 3 horrible ARCs and I was questioning what happened to YA. For every 20 books there may be 1 truly great...

    Heart of Ash is so much better than Blood and Salt. Honestly, I think a lot of the problems I had with the first book were actually plot points that helped build this sequel, so I'm not as bitter as I had been by the time I'd finished it. I'm so glad Kim Liggett finally gave us one to...

    I really didn't love this. When Blood and Salt first came out, I read it and savored it and took it into my heart like something that belonged there. This book didn't belong. It was rushed, the storyline was weak, and it felt like this book had absolutely nothing to do with the first o...

  • Joanna
    Jul 02, 2018

    "We're like a dissonant chord in the finale of Beethoven's Ninth Symphony, begging for resolution. As long as we're apart, there will never be peace in the world...harmony." - pg 41 of Heart of Ash Ash Larkin barely survived a year ago when she was caught in the crossroads of a cult...

    Heart of Ash is exactly the book I needed at the right time. As many of you know, my reading record this year has been staggered and less than stellar. In the past week, I have read 3 horrible ARCs and I was questioning what happened to YA. For every 20 books there may be 1 truly great...

    Heart of Ash is so much better than Blood and Salt. Honestly, I think a lot of the problems I had with the first book were actually plot points that helped build this sequel, so I'm not as bitter as I had been by the time I'd finished it. I'm so glad Kim Liggett finally gave us one to...

    I really didn't love this. When Blood and Salt first came out, I read it and savored it and took it into my heart like something that belonged there. This book didn't belong. It was rushed, the storyline was weak, and it felt like this book had absolutely nothing to do with the first o...

    I read an ARC copy of this book so... maybe there's still a chance that it could get better? This book was bad.... physically painful for me to read. The timing was all over the place. Two pages to cover important plot points and way too many pages explaining stupid, unnecessary detail...

    ARC- review to come ...

    2018?!!!! *sobs* ...

    What did I just read? I don't know if Liggett was under a lot of pressure to write another book, if she had some other person who vaguely has a grasp of writing write this for her, or what happened, but this book is ridiculous. Blood and Salt was vaguely passable, but this reads...

    Heart of Ash did not live up to the standard Blood and Salt set. The first book was on a smaller, more intimate scale that held the tension really well. Then Heart of Ash turned it into a global conspiracy that just took away from the original story. Where Ash used to be a mature teen ...

    When I started reading this book I kind of missed the element of horro that was more prevalent in the first book, but as I read on the book really made up for it with alot of other great aspects. The mystery element of the story as well as the character development was really great an...

    A good ending to the series, I enjoyed the way all of the loose ends were tied up. I hate to be a critic but one thing I?d have enjoyed was an epilogue to see how our characters are dealing with the aftermath of things. I don?t think I fell into Heart of Ash as much as I did Blood ...

    Loved, loved, loved. Was great to see what happened to the characters I had grown to love in Blood & Salt. Enough twists and turns to keep me turning the pages and not wanting to put it down. A must-read! ...

    So I actually read this book first and didn't read the first book, but it was still amazing! I thought that it was sorta slow, but that could be because I didn't read the first book so whatever. Anyways, the ending was dramatic and intense and I loved it. I definitely would recommend t...

    So, so good. Worth the wait, for sure! ...

    This was interesting. While it had some quotable lines, I thought it was too short for my liking. The ending seemed rushed. ...

    Honestly not a huge fan of the writing style, it left out too many details which caused many scenes to be more confusing than anything else. but I enjoyed the story and its uniqueness overall. ...

    4.5/5 I do dishes this way to fast. everything about it was incredible. there was a tiny bit that felt like the pacing was off but other than that great story and a revisit of characters. ...

    A worthy sequel to Blood and Salt, this book kept me guessing right up until the satisfying ending. ...

    Heart of Ash picks up right after Blood and Salt ends. Ash flees Quivara after Dane becomes possessed by Coronado?s spirit and her bothers capture. Determined to find and save her brother she agrees to join Coronado at his Castle in Spain. The new setting for the second book is ...

    Why must it be TWO THOUSAND AND EIGHTEEN tho? Regardless of release date I am excited and we have a title! ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

  • Danielle
    Mar 05, 2018

    "We're like a dissonant chord in the finale of Beethoven's Ninth Symphony, begging for resolution. As long as we're apart, there will never be peace in the world...harmony." - pg 41 of Heart of Ash Ash Larkin barely survived a year ago when she was caught in the crossroads of a cult...

    Heart of Ash is exactly the book I needed at the right time. As many of you know, my reading record this year has been staggered and less than stellar. In the past week, I have read 3 horrible ARCs and I was questioning what happened to YA. For every 20 books there may be 1 truly great...

    Heart of Ash is so much better than Blood and Salt. Honestly, I think a lot of the problems I had with the first book were actually plot points that helped build this sequel, so I'm not as bitter as I had been by the time I'd finished it. I'm so glad Kim Liggett finally gave us one to...

  • Cassidy R.
    Mar 04, 2018

    "We're like a dissonant chord in the finale of Beethoven's Ninth Symphony, begging for resolution. As long as we're apart, there will never be peace in the world...harmony." - pg 41 of Heart of Ash Ash Larkin barely survived a year ago when she was caught in the crossroads of a cult...

    Heart of Ash is exactly the book I needed at the right time. As many of you know, my reading record this year has been staggered and less than stellar. In the past week, I have read 3 horrible ARCs and I was questioning what happened to YA. For every 20 books there may be 1 truly great...

    Heart of Ash is so much better than Blood and Salt. Honestly, I think a lot of the problems I had with the first book were actually plot points that helped build this sequel, so I'm not as bitter as I had been by the time I'd finished it. I'm so glad Kim Liggett finally gave us one to...

    I really didn't love this. When Blood and Salt first came out, I read it and savored it and took it into my heart like something that belonged there. This book didn't belong. It was rushed, the storyline was weak, and it felt like this book had absolutely nothing to do with the first o...

    I read an ARC copy of this book so... maybe there's still a chance that it could get better? This book was bad.... physically painful for me to read. The timing was all over the place. Two pages to cover important plot points and way too many pages explaining stupid, unnecessary detail...

    ARC- review to come ...

    2018?!!!! *sobs* ...

    What did I just read? I don't know if Liggett was under a lot of pressure to write another book, if she had some other person who vaguely has a grasp of writing write this for her, or what happened, but this book is ridiculous. Blood and Salt was vaguely passable, but this reads...

    Heart of Ash did not live up to the standard Blood and Salt set. The first book was on a smaller, more intimate scale that held the tension really well. Then Heart of Ash turned it into a global conspiracy that just took away from the original story. Where Ash used to be a mature teen ...

    When I started reading this book I kind of missed the element of horro that was more prevalent in the first book, but as I read on the book really made up for it with alot of other great aspects. The mystery element of the story as well as the character development was really great an...

    A good ending to the series, I enjoyed the way all of the loose ends were tied up. I hate to be a critic but one thing I?d have enjoyed was an epilogue to see how our characters are dealing with the aftermath of things. I don?t think I fell into Heart of Ash as much as I did Blood ...

    Loved, loved, loved. Was great to see what happened to the characters I had grown to love in Blood & Salt. Enough twists and turns to keep me turning the pages and not wanting to put it down. A must-read! ...

    So I actually read this book first and didn't read the first book, but it was still amazing! I thought that it was sorta slow, but that could be because I didn't read the first book so whatever. Anyways, the ending was dramatic and intense and I loved it. I definitely would recommend t...

    So, so good. Worth the wait, for sure! ...

    This was interesting. While it had some quotable lines, I thought it was too short for my liking. The ending seemed rushed. ...

    Honestly not a huge fan of the writing style, it left out too many details which caused many scenes to be more confusing than anything else. but I enjoyed the story and its uniqueness overall. ...

    4.5/5 I do dishes this way to fast. everything about it was incredible. there was a tiny bit that felt like the pacing was off but other than that great story and a revisit of characters. ...

    A worthy sequel to Blood and Salt, this book kept me guessing right up until the satisfying ending. ...

    Heart of Ash picks up right after Blood and Salt ends. Ash flees Quivara after Dane becomes possessed by Coronado?s spirit and her bothers capture. Determined to find and save her brother she agrees to join Coronado at his Castle in Spain. The new setting for the second book is ...

    Why must it be TWO THOUSAND AND EIGHTEEN tho? Regardless of release date I am excited and we have a title! ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

  • Jane Maddox
    Jun 15, 2018

    "We're like a dissonant chord in the finale of Beethoven's Ninth Symphony, begging for resolution. As long as we're apart, there will never be peace in the world...harmony." - pg 41 of Heart of Ash Ash Larkin barely survived a year ago when she was caught in the crossroads of a cult...

    Heart of Ash is exactly the book I needed at the right time. As many of you know, my reading record this year has been staggered and less than stellar. In the past week, I have read 3 horrible ARCs and I was questioning what happened to YA. For every 20 books there may be 1 truly great...

    Heart of Ash is so much better than Blood and Salt. Honestly, I think a lot of the problems I had with the first book were actually plot points that helped build this sequel, so I'm not as bitter as I had been by the time I'd finished it. I'm so glad Kim Liggett finally gave us one to...

    I really didn't love this. When Blood and Salt first came out, I read it and savored it and took it into my heart like something that belonged there. This book didn't belong. It was rushed, the storyline was weak, and it felt like this book had absolutely nothing to do with the first o...

    I read an ARC copy of this book so... maybe there's still a chance that it could get better? This book was bad.... physically painful for me to read. The timing was all over the place. Two pages to cover important plot points and way too many pages explaining stupid, unnecessary detail...

    ARC- review to come ...

    2018?!!!! *sobs* ...

    What did I just read? I don't know if Liggett was under a lot of pressure to write another book, if she had some other person who vaguely has a grasp of writing write this for her, or what happened, but this book is ridiculous. Blood and Salt was vaguely passable, but this reads...

    Heart of Ash did not live up to the standard Blood and Salt set. The first book was on a smaller, more intimate scale that held the tension really well. Then Heart of Ash turned it into a global conspiracy that just took away from the original story. Where Ash used to be a mature teen ...

    When I started reading this book I kind of missed the element of horro that was more prevalent in the first book, but as I read on the book really made up for it with alot of other great aspects. The mystery element of the story as well as the character development was really great an...

    A good ending to the series, I enjoyed the way all of the loose ends were tied up. I hate to be a critic but one thing I?d have enjoyed was an epilogue to see how our characters are dealing with the aftermath of things. I don?t think I fell into Heart of Ash as much as I did Blood ...

    Loved, loved, loved. Was great to see what happened to the characters I had grown to love in Blood & Salt. Enough twists and turns to keep me turning the pages and not wanting to put it down. A must-read! ...

    So I actually read this book first and didn't read the first book, but it was still amazing! I thought that it was sorta slow, but that could be because I didn't read the first book so whatever. Anyways, the ending was dramatic and intense and I loved it. I definitely would recommend t...

    So, so good. Worth the wait, for sure! ...

    This was interesting. While it had some quotable lines, I thought it was too short for my liking. The ending seemed rushed. ...

    Honestly not a huge fan of the writing style, it left out too many details which caused many scenes to be more confusing than anything else. but I enjoyed the story and its uniqueness overall. ...

    4.5/5 I do dishes this way to fast. everything about it was incredible. there was a tiny bit that felt like the pacing was off but other than that great story and a revisit of characters. ...

    A worthy sequel to Blood and Salt, this book kept me guessing right up until the satisfying ending. ...

    Heart of Ash picks up right after Blood and Salt ends. Ash flees Quivara after Dane becomes possessed by Coronado?s spirit and her bothers capture. Determined to find and save her brother she agrees to join Coronado at his Castle in Spain. The new setting for the second book is ...

    Why must it be TWO THOUSAND AND EIGHTEEN tho? Regardless of release date I am excited and we have a title! ...

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  • Rebecca Gooche
    Sep 22, 2018

    "We're like a dissonant chord in the finale of Beethoven's Ninth Symphony, begging for resolution. As long as we're apart, there will never be peace in the world...harmony." - pg 41 of Heart of Ash Ash Larkin barely survived a year ago when she was caught in the crossroads of a cult...

    Heart of Ash is exactly the book I needed at the right time. As many of you know, my reading record this year has been staggered and less than stellar. In the past week, I have read 3 horrible ARCs and I was questioning what happened to YA. For every 20 books there may be 1 truly great...

    Heart of Ash is so much better than Blood and Salt. Honestly, I think a lot of the problems I had with the first book were actually plot points that helped build this sequel, so I'm not as bitter as I had been by the time I'd finished it. I'm so glad Kim Liggett finally gave us one to...

    I really didn't love this. When Blood and Salt first came out, I read it and savored it and took it into my heart like something that belonged there. This book didn't belong. It was rushed, the storyline was weak, and it felt like this book had absolutely nothing to do with the first o...

    I read an ARC copy of this book so... maybe there's still a chance that it could get better? This book was bad.... physically painful for me to read. The timing was all over the place. Two pages to cover important plot points and way too many pages explaining stupid, unnecessary detail...

    ARC- review to come ...

    2018?!!!! *sobs* ...

    What did I just read? I don't know if Liggett was under a lot of pressure to write another book, if she had some other person who vaguely has a grasp of writing write this for her, or what happened, but this book is ridiculous. Blood and Salt was vaguely passable, but this reads...

    Heart of Ash did not live up to the standard Blood and Salt set. The first book was on a smaller, more intimate scale that held the tension really well. Then Heart of Ash turned it into a global conspiracy that just took away from the original story. Where Ash used to be a mature teen ...

    When I started reading this book I kind of missed the element of horro that was more prevalent in the first book, but as I read on the book really made up for it with alot of other great aspects. The mystery element of the story as well as the character development was really great an...

    A good ending to the series, I enjoyed the way all of the loose ends were tied up. I hate to be a critic but one thing I?d have enjoyed was an epilogue to see how our characters are dealing with the aftermath of things. I don?t think I fell into Heart of Ash as much as I did Blood ...

    Loved, loved, loved. Was great to see what happened to the characters I had grown to love in Blood & Salt. Enough twists and turns to keep me turning the pages and not wanting to put it down. A must-read! ...

    So I actually read this book first and didn't read the first book, but it was still amazing! I thought that it was sorta slow, but that could be because I didn't read the first book so whatever. Anyways, the ending was dramatic and intense and I loved it. I definitely would recommend t...

    So, so good. Worth the wait, for sure! ...

    This was interesting. While it had some quotable lines, I thought it was too short for my liking. The ending seemed rushed. ...

    Honestly not a huge fan of the writing style, it left out too many details which caused many scenes to be more confusing than anything else. but I enjoyed the story and its uniqueness overall. ...

    4.5/5 I do dishes this way to fast. everything about it was incredible. there was a tiny bit that felt like the pacing was off but other than that great story and a revisit of characters. ...

    A worthy sequel to Blood and Salt, this book kept me guessing right up until the satisfying ending. ...

    Heart of Ash picks up right after Blood and Salt ends. Ash flees Quivara after Dane becomes possessed by Coronado?s spirit and her bothers capture. Determined to find and save her brother she agrees to join Coronado at his Castle in Spain. The new setting for the second book is ...

    Why must it be TWO THOUSAND AND EIGHTEEN tho? Regardless of release date I am excited and we have a title! ...

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  • Morgan Lowry
    Jul 30, 2018

    "We're like a dissonant chord in the finale of Beethoven's Ninth Symphony, begging for resolution. As long as we're apart, there will never be peace in the world...harmony." - pg 41 of Heart of Ash Ash Larkin barely survived a year ago when she was caught in the crossroads of a cult...

    Heart of Ash is exactly the book I needed at the right time. As many of you know, my reading record this year has been staggered and less than stellar. In the past week, I have read 3 horrible ARCs and I was questioning what happened to YA. For every 20 books there may be 1 truly great...

    Heart of Ash is so much better than Blood and Salt. Honestly, I think a lot of the problems I had with the first book were actually plot points that helped build this sequel, so I'm not as bitter as I had been by the time I'd finished it. I'm so glad Kim Liggett finally gave us one to...

    I really didn't love this. When Blood and Salt first came out, I read it and savored it and took it into my heart like something that belonged there. This book didn't belong. It was rushed, the storyline was weak, and it felt like this book had absolutely nothing to do with the first o...

    I read an ARC copy of this book so... maybe there's still a chance that it could get better? This book was bad.... physically painful for me to read. The timing was all over the place. Two pages to cover important plot points and way too many pages explaining stupid, unnecessary detail...

    ARC- review to come ...

    2018?!!!! *sobs* ...

    What did I just read? I don't know if Liggett was under a lot of pressure to write another book, if she had some other person who vaguely has a grasp of writing write this for her, or what happened, but this book is ridiculous. Blood and Salt was vaguely passable, but this reads...

    Heart of Ash did not live up to the standard Blood and Salt set. The first book was on a smaller, more intimate scale that held the tension really well. Then Heart of Ash turned it into a global conspiracy that just took away from the original story. Where Ash used to be a mature teen ...

    When I started reading this book I kind of missed the element of horro that was more prevalent in the first book, but as I read on the book really made up for it with alot of other great aspects. The mystery element of the story as well as the character development was really great an...

    A good ending to the series, I enjoyed the way all of the loose ends were tied up. I hate to be a critic but one thing I?d have enjoyed was an epilogue to see how our characters are dealing with the aftermath of things. I don?t think I fell into Heart of Ash as much as I did Blood ...

    Loved, loved, loved. Was great to see what happened to the characters I had grown to love in Blood & Salt. Enough twists and turns to keep me turning the pages and not wanting to put it down. A must-read! ...

    So I actually read this book first and didn't read the first book, but it was still amazing! I thought that it was sorta slow, but that could be because I didn't read the first book so whatever. Anyways, the ending was dramatic and intense and I loved it. I definitely would recommend t...

    So, so good. Worth the wait, for sure! ...

    This was interesting. While it had some quotable lines, I thought it was too short for my liking. The ending seemed rushed. ...

    Honestly not a huge fan of the writing style, it left out too many details which caused many scenes to be more confusing than anything else. but I enjoyed the story and its uniqueness overall. ...

  • Tiffany
    Dec 07, 2017

    "We're like a dissonant chord in the finale of Beethoven's Ninth Symphony, begging for resolution. As long as we're apart, there will never be peace in the world...harmony." - pg 41 of Heart of Ash Ash Larkin barely survived a year ago when she was caught in the crossroads of a cult...

    Heart of Ash is exactly the book I needed at the right time. As many of you know, my reading record this year has been staggered and less than stellar. In the past week, I have read 3 horrible ARCs and I was questioning what happened to YA. For every 20 books there may be 1 truly great...

    Heart of Ash is so much better than Blood and Salt. Honestly, I think a lot of the problems I had with the first book were actually plot points that helped build this sequel, so I'm not as bitter as I had been by the time I'd finished it. I'm so glad Kim Liggett finally gave us one to...

    I really didn't love this. When Blood and Salt first came out, I read it and savored it and took it into my heart like something that belonged there. This book didn't belong. It was rushed, the storyline was weak, and it felt like this book had absolutely nothing to do with the first o...

    I read an ARC copy of this book so... maybe there's still a chance that it could get better? This book was bad.... physically painful for me to read. The timing was all over the place. Two pages to cover important plot points and way too many pages explaining stupid, unnecessary detail...

    ARC- review to come ...

    2018?!!!! *sobs* ...

    What did I just read? I don't know if Liggett was under a lot of pressure to write another book, if she had some other person who vaguely has a grasp of writing write this for her, or what happened, but this book is ridiculous. Blood and Salt was vaguely passable, but this reads...

    Heart of Ash did not live up to the standard Blood and Salt set. The first book was on a smaller, more intimate scale that held the tension really well. Then Heart of Ash turned it into a global conspiracy that just took away from the original story. Where Ash used to be a mature teen ...

    When I started reading this book I kind of missed the element of horro that was more prevalent in the first book, but as I read on the book really made up for it with alot of other great aspects. The mystery element of the story as well as the character development was really great an...

    A good ending to the series, I enjoyed the way all of the loose ends were tied up. I hate to be a critic but one thing I?d have enjoyed was an epilogue to see how our characters are dealing with the aftermath of things. I don?t think I fell into Heart of Ash as much as I did Blood ...

    Loved, loved, loved. Was great to see what happened to the characters I had grown to love in Blood & Salt. Enough twists and turns to keep me turning the pages and not wanting to put it down. A must-read! ...

    So I actually read this book first and didn't read the first book, but it was still amazing! I thought that it was sorta slow, but that could be because I didn't read the first book so whatever. Anyways, the ending was dramatic and intense and I loved it. I definitely would recommend t...

    So, so good. Worth the wait, for sure! ...

    This was interesting. While it had some quotable lines, I thought it was too short for my liking. The ending seemed rushed. ...

    Honestly not a huge fan of the writing style, it left out too many details which caused many scenes to be more confusing than anything else. but I enjoyed the story and its uniqueness overall. ...

    4.5/5 I do dishes this way to fast. everything about it was incredible. there was a tiny bit that felt like the pacing was off but other than that great story and a revisit of characters. ...

    A worthy sequel to Blood and Salt, this book kept me guessing right up until the satisfying ending. ...

    Heart of Ash picks up right after Blood and Salt ends. Ash flees Quivara after Dane becomes possessed by Coronado?s spirit and her bothers capture. Determined to find and save her brother she agrees to join Coronado at his Castle in Spain. The new setting for the second book is ...

    Why must it be TWO THOUSAND AND EIGHTEEN tho? Regardless of release date I am excited and we have a title! ...

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  • Kat
    Dec 04, 2018

    "We're like a dissonant chord in the finale of Beethoven's Ninth Symphony, begging for resolution. As long as we're apart, there will never be peace in the world...harmony." - pg 41 of Heart of Ash Ash Larkin barely survived a year ago when she was caught in the crossroads of a cult...

    Heart of Ash is exactly the book I needed at the right time. As many of you know, my reading record this year has been staggered and less than stellar. In the past week, I have read 3 horrible ARCs and I was questioning what happened to YA. For every 20 books there may be 1 truly great...

    Heart of Ash is so much better than Blood and Salt. Honestly, I think a lot of the problems I had with the first book were actually plot points that helped build this sequel, so I'm not as bitter as I had been by the time I'd finished it. I'm so glad Kim Liggett finally gave us one to...

    I really didn't love this. When Blood and Salt first came out, I read it and savored it and took it into my heart like something that belonged there. This book didn't belong. It was rushed, the storyline was weak, and it felt like this book had absolutely nothing to do with the first o...

    I read an ARC copy of this book so... maybe there's still a chance that it could get better? This book was bad.... physically painful for me to read. The timing was all over the place. Two pages to cover important plot points and way too many pages explaining stupid, unnecessary detail...

    ARC- review to come ...

    2018?!!!! *sobs* ...

    What did I just read? I don't know if Liggett was under a lot of pressure to write another book, if she had some other person who vaguely has a grasp of writing write this for her, or what happened, but this book is ridiculous. Blood and Salt was vaguely passable, but this reads...

    Heart of Ash did not live up to the standard Blood and Salt set. The first book was on a smaller, more intimate scale that held the tension really well. Then Heart of Ash turned it into a global conspiracy that just took away from the original story. Where Ash used to be a mature teen ...

    When I started reading this book I kind of missed the element of horro that was more prevalent in the first book, but as I read on the book really made up for it with alot of other great aspects. The mystery element of the story as well as the character development was really great an...

    A good ending to the series, I enjoyed the way all of the loose ends were tied up. I hate to be a critic but one thing I?d have enjoyed was an epilogue to see how our characters are dealing with the aftermath of things. I don?t think I fell into Heart of Ash as much as I did Blood ...

    Loved, loved, loved. Was great to see what happened to the characters I had grown to love in Blood & Salt. Enough twists and turns to keep me turning the pages and not wanting to put it down. A must-read! ...

    So I actually read this book first and didn't read the first book, but it was still amazing! I thought that it was sorta slow, but that could be because I didn't read the first book so whatever. Anyways, the ending was dramatic and intense and I loved it. I definitely would recommend t...

  • Kayla Jackson
    Mar 05, 2018

    "We're like a dissonant chord in the finale of Beethoven's Ninth Symphony, begging for resolution. As long as we're apart, there will never be peace in the world...harmony." - pg 41 of Heart of Ash Ash Larkin barely survived a year ago when she was caught in the crossroads of a cult...

    Heart of Ash is exactly the book I needed at the right time. As many of you know, my reading record this year has been staggered and less than stellar. In the past week, I have read 3 horrible ARCs and I was questioning what happened to YA. For every 20 books there may be 1 truly great...

    Heart of Ash is so much better than Blood and Salt. Honestly, I think a lot of the problems I had with the first book were actually plot points that helped build this sequel, so I'm not as bitter as I had been by the time I'd finished it. I'm so glad Kim Liggett finally gave us one to...

    I really didn't love this. When Blood and Salt first came out, I read it and savored it and took it into my heart like something that belonged there. This book didn't belong. It was rushed, the storyline was weak, and it felt like this book had absolutely nothing to do with the first o...

    I read an ARC copy of this book so... maybe there's still a chance that it could get better? This book was bad.... physically painful for me to read. The timing was all over the place. Two pages to cover important plot points and way too many pages explaining stupid, unnecessary detail...

    ARC- review to come ...

    2018?!!!! *sobs* ...

    What did I just read? I don't know if Liggett was under a lot of pressure to write another book, if she had some other person who vaguely has a grasp of writing write this for her, or what happened, but this book is ridiculous. Blood and Salt was vaguely passable, but this reads...

    Heart of Ash did not live up to the standard Blood and Salt set. The first book was on a smaller, more intimate scale that held the tension really well. Then Heart of Ash turned it into a global conspiracy that just took away from the original story. Where Ash used to be a mature teen ...

    When I started reading this book I kind of missed the element of horro that was more prevalent in the first book, but as I read on the book really made up for it with alot of other great aspects. The mystery element of the story as well as the character development was really great an...

    A good ending to the series, I enjoyed the way all of the loose ends were tied up. I hate to be a critic but one thing I?d have enjoyed was an epilogue to see how our characters are dealing with the aftermath of things. I don?t think I fell into Heart of Ash as much as I did Blood ...

    Loved, loved, loved. Was great to see what happened to the characters I had grown to love in Blood & Salt. Enough twists and turns to keep me turning the pages and not wanting to put it down. A must-read! ...

    So I actually read this book first and didn't read the first book, but it was still amazing! I thought that it was sorta slow, but that could be because I didn't read the first book so whatever. Anyways, the ending was dramatic and intense and I loved it. I definitely would recommend t...

    So, so good. Worth the wait, for sure! ...

    This was interesting. While it had some quotable lines, I thought it was too short for my liking. The ending seemed rushed. ...

    Honestly not a huge fan of the writing style, it left out too many details which caused many scenes to be more confusing than anything else. but I enjoyed the story and its uniqueness overall. ...

    4.5/5 I do dishes this way to fast. everything about it was incredible. there was a tiny bit that felt like the pacing was off but other than that great story and a revisit of characters. ...

    A worthy sequel to Blood and Salt, this book kept me guessing right up until the satisfying ending. ...

    Heart of Ash picks up right after Blood and Salt ends. Ash flees Quivara after Dane becomes possessed by Coronado?s spirit and her bothers capture. Determined to find and save her brother she agrees to join Coronado at his Castle in Spain. The new setting for the second book is ...

    Why must it be TWO THOUSAND AND EIGHTEEN tho? Regardless of release date I am excited and we have a title! ...

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  • Ngo đoan
    Sep 22, 2018

    "We're like a dissonant chord in the finale of Beethoven's Ninth Symphony, begging for resolution. As long as we're apart, there will never be peace in the world...harmony." - pg 41 of Heart of Ash Ash Larkin barely survived a year ago when she was caught in the crossroads of a cult...

    Heart of Ash is exactly the book I needed at the right time. As many of you know, my reading record this year has been staggered and less than stellar. In the past week, I have read 3 horrible ARCs and I was questioning what happened to YA. For every 20 books there may be 1 truly great...

    Heart of Ash is so much better than Blood and Salt. Honestly, I think a lot of the problems I had with the first book were actually plot points that helped build this sequel, so I'm not as bitter as I had been by the time I'd finished it. I'm so glad Kim Liggett finally gave us one to...

    I really didn't love this. When Blood and Salt first came out, I read it and savored it and took it into my heart like something that belonged there. This book didn't belong. It was rushed, the storyline was weak, and it felt like this book had absolutely nothing to do with the first o...

    I read an ARC copy of this book so... maybe there's still a chance that it could get better? This book was bad.... physically painful for me to read. The timing was all over the place. Two pages to cover important plot points and way too many pages explaining stupid, unnecessary detail...

    ARC- review to come ...

    2018?!!!! *sobs* ...

    What did I just read? I don't know if Liggett was under a lot of pressure to write another book, if she had some other person who vaguely has a grasp of writing write this for her, or what happened, but this book is ridiculous. Blood and Salt was vaguely passable, but this reads...

    Heart of Ash did not live up to the standard Blood and Salt set. The first book was on a smaller, more intimate scale that held the tension really well. Then Heart of Ash turned it into a global conspiracy that just took away from the original story. Where Ash used to be a mature teen ...

    When I started reading this book I kind of missed the element of horro that was more prevalent in the first book, but as I read on the book really made up for it with alot of other great aspects. The mystery element of the story as well as the character development was really great an...

    A good ending to the series, I enjoyed the way all of the loose ends were tied up. I hate to be a critic but one thing I?d have enjoyed was an epilogue to see how our characters are dealing with the aftermath of things. I don?t think I fell into Heart of Ash as much as I did Blood ...

    Loved, loved, loved. Was great to see what happened to the characters I had grown to love in Blood & Salt. Enough twists and turns to keep me turning the pages and not wanting to put it down. A must-read! ...

    So I actually read this book first and didn't read the first book, but it was still amazing! I thought that it was sorta slow, but that could be because I didn't read the first book so whatever. Anyways, the ending was dramatic and intense and I loved it. I definitely would recommend t...

    So, so good. Worth the wait, for sure! ...

    This was interesting. While it had some quotable lines, I thought it was too short for my liking. The ending seemed rushed. ...

    Honestly not a huge fan of the writing style, it left out too many details which caused many scenes to be more confusing than anything else. but I enjoyed the story and its uniqueness overall. ...

    4.5/5 I do dishes this way to fast. everything about it was incredible. there was a tiny bit that felt like the pacing was off but other than that great story and a revisit of characters. ...

    A worthy sequel to Blood and Salt, this book kept me guessing right up until the satisfying ending. ...

    Heart of Ash picks up right after Blood and Salt ends. Ash flees Quivara after Dane becomes possessed by Coronado?s spirit and her bothers capture. Determined to find and save her brother she agrees to join Coronado at his Castle in Spain. The new setting for the second book is ...

    Why must it be TWO THOUSAND AND EIGHTEEN tho? Regardless of release date I am excited and we have a title! ...

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