The Apocalypse does not end. The Changed will grow in numbers. The Spared may not survive.Even before the EMPs brought down the world, Alex was on the run from the demons of her past and the monster living in her head. After the world was gone, she believed Rule could be a sanctuary for her and... show more
The Apocalypse does not end. The Changed will grow in numbers. The Spared may not survive.Even before the EMPs brought down the world, Alex was on the run from the demons of her past and the monster living in her head. After the world was gone, she believed Rule could be a sanctuary for her and those she’d come to love.But she was wrong.Now Alex is in the fight of her life against the adults, who would use her, the survivors, who don’t trust her, and the Changed, who would eat her alive. Welcome to Shadows, the second book in the haunting apocalyptic Ashes Trilogy: where no one is safe and humans may be the worst of the monsters.
Publish date: September 25th 2012
Pages no: 528
Edition language: English
, Young Adult
, Science Fiction
, Post Apocalyptic
Series: Ashes Trilogy (#2)
Honestly, I listened to this audiobook in the car but I don't think I ever really got completely into it. I don't know if it's because I've been so busy with Christmas and my mind was elsewhere or if it was just the book. Probably a little bit of both but it was so hard for me to follow. It was all ...
Okiee dokiee. I'm intentionally not going to go into any of the things I wrote in my review of the first book, Ashes. But just assume that pretty much everything I wrote there also applies here. Yay for setting and character. Boo for pacing and bad science. Good? Good. This book had some all new p...
By now most of my followers now I love young adult, I love series, and I love the Dystopian/apocalyptic series. I generally give positive reviews for them even if it wasn't my favorite book out there...I know there's someone out there that will love them. I just can't bring myself to do that for thi...
I was so sad that I couldn't get into this because I really liked Ashes. Why does the second book in a trilogy often fall short? I don't know, but it bugs me. It was the head hopping that got me with this one. The first book is told entirely from Alex's perspective. This book starts out with a littl...
This second book in the series picks up straight where the first one ended, and the story continues (unfortunately) much as in book one. There seem to be a lot of characters in this series, and even though i do think that it is written in a way where you feel you get to know the main characters well...