Ashes (Ashes, #1)
Ilsa J. Bick
Publish date: September 29th 2011
Publisher: Quercus UK
Pages no: 465
Edition language: English
, Young Adult
, Science Fiction
, Post Apocalyptic
At the end of this book I was yelling out: OH MY..EFFEN GEE WHY DID IT END THIS WAY WHY WHY WHY? Because it was EXCELLENT! AND I STILL CAN’T GET OVER IT. Finally, I thought to myself, as I closed this book, a post apocalyptic plot that’s more realistic with no sugar coating and it’s all about sur...
Why is the book even called Ashes? Does anyone know? When I read a book I always try to relate the title to the story and when I can't it bugs the shit out of me. The only thing I can think of is it refers to the ashes Alex carries around of her parents. She is suppose to be letting go of their ashe...
Inhaltsangabe Die siebzehnjährige Alex befindet sich auf einer Wanderung in den Bergen, als plötzlich die Natur um sie herum verrücktspielt und eine Druckwelle sie zu Boden wirft. Was war das? Alex hat keine Ahnung, aber sehr schnell wird klar, dass die Welt, die sie kannte, nicht mehr existiert. Di...
There are a lot of things I really liked about this book. The overall craft of character and setting is quite good. There are scenes toward the beginning of this book that will stick with me for years. Truly vivid stuff, and damn creepy too. And the characters are round and engaging. The mix of wild...
This is an apocalypse/dystopian YA. There are certainly no lack of these running around the world right now, but this is a pretty good one. It has a lot of action, sometimes there is so much action that it is difficult to follow. The author really likes ending chapters with cliff-hangers and forecas...