Good characters die just as frequently as evil characters, often in injust and heartbreaking circumstances. After the world was gone, she believed Rule could be a sanctuary for her and those she’d come to love. So, if there’s a chance you’ve forgotten anything about this series, I wholeheartedly suggest a re-read. Jan 15, Elise Clark added it. May 04, Sophie rated it it was amazing. And honestly I don’t want to know. A Library Journal Movers and Shaker: Yeah, I know it’s the end of the world and there are these weird zombie young’uns and lots of gore and horrific circumstances, but seriously, this reads like
And then if there was action, it was overly explained. I know that my daughter is also very into the romance side as well. It have something to do with frequencies, radio waves and brain charges, but who can be sure what exactly it is. Sep 12, Julia Graf rated it it was ok Shelves: That moment is just so wonderful. But sadly, though I still loved to read what was happening to the three I’d fallen in love with, suddenly everyone and their grandmother got a point of view. Looking forward to this one so much!
It was impossible to stop reading. Fans of Ashes will adore it!
Ila Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. May 04, Sophie rated it it was amazing. But Monsters was needlessly long. But if you’re not afraid of things that go Bump in the night, I highly recommend this series. D Yeah, it was pretty awesome: Learn more about Amazon Giveaway. The nasty adults take her, too.
She is fierce and strong shadoss that personality that draws you in but like the real people in this world she has flaws.
Why exactly did only kids change and why were people like Alex spared. Es hat mich aber wieder gut unterhalten. While I really enjoyed the first book Ashes, I was pretty frustrated with the main plot in this one which really suffers from middle book syndrome.
Then I realized, I’m an adult and I have a brain. The series started out as a pretty good dystopia in the first book, with a damn badass female main character who kicks asswhich I loved. It has only been three days since I completed Ashes but, already, I am halfway through the third book.
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Lena is maybe an annoying character, but I still found it interesting to read about her background. It’s a strange feeling.
Now the second book has to be my least favorite, but it was still very good. Or that he is now back to human even though he still smells like rotting flesh?
YA Review: Shadows by Ilsa J. Bick – The Readventurer
I loved this even more than the first, which surprised me. But as is the way with runaway synopsi, Ashes crashed. In Shadows, you do know. Yeah that is definitely true. Sunday, September 16, Review: I just felt that I was forcing myself to read it just to get through.
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Alex didn’t know what was going on with anyone else and she didn’t know if they were still alive. I have a book report to do and I feel there is too many characters to right down. That moment is just so wonderful. It’s a zombie apocalypse. I enjoyed the expected journey we took in Ashes and fell in love with Alex, Tom, Ellie, even some of the Rule folk. And I can’t believe his story still isn’t finished.
There are several interlocking stories going on here as we follow Alex, Chris and Tom amongst others — separate but linked — on their journey through a landscape fraught with danger, ever changing, and filled with those of nefarious intent. Characters like that always make my stomach turn. OOhhh…I can not wait!!!!! The story was good, and I enjoyed revisiting the characters the ones I could remember.
Wow, I guess Shaows wasn’t as chilled out as I thought. Want to Read saving….