A Torch Against the Night
Publish date: 2016-08-30
Pages no: 464
Edition language: English
Series: An Ember in the Ashes (#2)
I read an Ember in the Ashes last year (in november 2016) and I discovered an amazing new world. I felt in love with Elias, Laia, Helene and all the other characters. It was one of my favourite read of 2016. It took me quite a long time to pick up A Torch Against the Night, and I was not disappointe...
Wow there were some twists to that ending that I did not see coming. Great, deep character development and the three key POVs were well done. This was definitely pushing the line for me of too dark/violent/depressing though, what with the level of dystopia and widespread murder and such. It pulls ...
Quick review for a quick read. My second read of 2017 and it got off to an action packed and surprising start. I honestly think "A Torch Against the Night" improves upon the former novel in so many ways, but it takes a bit of time to get to the heavy hitting revelations, which were well worth the wa...
"Standing by someone during their darkest times creates a bond. A sense of obligation that is less a weight and more a gift.” I begged, borrowed and yes...would have stolen this book but OH MY WORD it would have been worth it!!! I'll admit it, I was a bit scared. Me being SOOO very desperate to get ...
In this book, Helene becomes a point of view character, her chapters read by Katharine McEwan. Given her position in the government, she introduces the wide view of the world that the story takes place in and allows the reader to keep tabs on what's happening inside the empire. Meanwhile, Elias and ...
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