Seasons in Ash (Ember 0.5) by Madison Daniel (Review by Stephenee – #NerdGirlSteph)

Seasons

Title: Seasons in Ash (Ember 0.5)

Author: Madison Daniel

Published Date: October 10th 2013

Genre: YA Fantasy, YA Paranormal, YA Romance

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***THIS BOOK WAS GIVEN TO ME IN EXCHANGE FOR AN HONEST REVIEW***

Synopsis

All fires have a beginning.

Seasons In Ash, the emotional prequel to the Ember Series, will give you a glimpse into the lives and past of the main characters in the series.

THE FIRE-STARTER: Meet Max Valentine’s first love, and the heartbreaking consequences that shape his teenage years. Young hearts beat fast.

THE RAINMAKER: Witness one of the worst days in Asia Michaels past. A very public and messy unveiling of her emotional storms. Beware her wrath.

THE GIRL NEXT DOOR: A day in the life of Samantha Summers. Experience the bittersweet events that lead to her foreboding future. Can she prepare herself for the most challenging of adventures? A new love…

***Contains Graphic Sex, Strong Language and Adult Situations. Not for young readers***

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***Stephenee – #NerdGirlSteph’s  Review***
This was a short story, prequel to the amazing world of Max, Asia and Sam but it packed the emotional punch of any full length novel that I have ever read!  I loved (and loathed) learning about the characters and some of the things that made them the people that they became. I enjoyed the additional details of their early lives and to be honest, I needed a dose of them to help with my withdrawal that I am going through since I have read all of the books in the series.

Author Madison Daniel makes the characters come alive and in a great way! This is an emotionally packed book that takes us on the journey with Max and his first love Rachel, which made such a sad story, as well as Asia and how her beauty has always been a curse and the simple joys that Sam finds in life.  I loved learning more about the good and the bad for all of the characters. I would love to read more about these characters and hope that the author does write another book about them all later on.

If you loved these characters as much as I did then make sure you read this prequel – you won’t be disappointed and you will want to drop everything you are doing to sit down and spend some time with them!  Enjoy this short story – it is worth reading once or twice or maybe three times.

 

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