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I felt that this book was a bit long. It took me a minute to get into it and there were parts that I had to force myself to read. There was quite a bit of death and destruction in this one. I missed a When I read Wildefire I fell in love with the book. It introduced me to a wide range of characters, many of whom were reincarnated gods that I knew very little about.
I loved the world of Blackwood Karsten Knight has been writing since the age of six, when he completed his first masterpiece: a picture book series about an adventurous worm. In the two decades that have followed, Karsten has worked as a proofreader, a bookseller, and a college admissions counselor before he finally decided that his true calling was to be a volcano goddess biographer.
He lives in Boston, and for more information or to watch his video blog, visit KarstenKnightBooks. Karsten Knight. A teenage Polynesian volcano goddess fires up her search for love and family in this sequel to Wildefire.
Every flame casts a shadow. A cult of evil gods-on-earth, known as the Four Seasons, has kidnapped her sister to use in its terrifying new religion. Soon, the streets of Miami erupt in chaos and violence Unexpected romance arrives in the form of Wes, an Aztec god of night with his own vendetta against the Four Seasons. And when a mysterious trickster from her past reappears to derail her new quest, Ash must choose between the echoes of a once-forgotten yesterday and the embers of an uncertain future.
Because when old flames return from the dead, even a volcano goddess can get burned. Treacherous Waters Limbo. The Humidor Prisoner Tuesday.
Vines and Vengeance Wednesday. The Tiki Bandits Hacienda Party Thursday. The Ice Sculpture Friday. Blizzards and Squalls Saturday. The Candelabra The Netherworld. Lovers Quarrel Monday.
Review: Embers and Echoes by Karsten Knight
Posted by Jessi Geo on September 15, 3 Comments. She leaves her California boarding school behind and makes for Miami, where she meets a new group of deities and desperately seeks her sister Rose, the goddess of war. Knight really knows how to play your emotions! I felt a vast array of them — shock, horror, sadness, joy, regret.
Embers & Echoes
A teenage Polynesian volcano goddess fires up her search for love and family in this sequel to Wildefire. But she soon discovers that a cult of evil gods-on-earth, known as the Four Seasons, has kidnapped her sister. Soon, the streets of Miami erupt in chaos and violence Meanwhile, unexpected romance arrives in the form of Wes, an Aztec god of night with his own vendetta against the Four Seasons.