Ashes of Twilight
A new beginning . . . When Stefan Salvatore's first love turned him into a vampire, his world—and his soul—were destroyed. Now he and his brother, Damon, must flee their hometown, where they risk being discovered . . . and killed.The brothers head to New Orleans, looking for safe haven. But the... show more
A new beginning . . . When Stefan Salvatore's first love turned him into a vampire, his world—and his soul—were destroyed. Now he and his brother, Damon, must flee their hometown, where they risk being discovered . . . and killed.The brothers head to New Orleans, looking for safe haven. But the city is more dangerous than they ever imagined, full of other vampires—and vampire hunters. Will Stefan's eternal life be forever damned?Based on the popular CW TV show inspired by the bestselling novels, Stefan's Diaries reveals the truth about what really happened between Stefan, Damon, and Katherine—and how the Vampire Diaries love triangle began.
Publish date: November 13th 2012
Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin
Pages no: 320
Edition language: English
Series: Ashes Trilogy (#1)
(Probably more like 2.5 stars, but I rounded up.)When I started Ashes of Twilight, I wasn't expecting anything, so as I read Kassy Tayler's novel, my hopes were neither sky high, nor too low. And I think having reasonable hopes really helped me enjoy this steampunk/dystopian mash-up more than I ori...
Ashes of Twilight by Kassy TaylerWren is a shiner and her grandfather takes care of her under the dome, under the sewers. The shiners work in the coal mines.The bluecoats are the guards up in the dome that won't allow anybody to leave. Alex left once and they returned him and burnt him til he died. ...
Just another ya novel aimed at teen girls. The story wasn't bad, the writing could have been better. The characters were rather flat and not all that interesting. The protagonist, 'Wren' kept asking questions over and over again, plus I just don't get into the whole teen drama, romance thing.
I grew up with Logan’s Run, first the movie and then the series. There were many things I liked about them, including the characters’ needs to live beyond their assigned roles and years. Ashes of Twilight captures that same feel, but without being a duplicate of this classic. Kassy Tayler leads us i...
I REALLY liked it! And already passed it on :D Full review to come! Kinda... a more adult version of City of ember? - Not that City of ember isn't awesome! Just givin an idea for the feel :)