Blood Soaked Ashes

Blood Soaked Ashes A legion from across the sea wants her dead The man she loves would die a thousand deaths to keep her alive The demon she fears would cover the lands in blood soaked ashes to have her again Eramane is

  • Title: Blood Soaked Ashes
  • Author: Frankie Ash
  • ISBN: 9780692367476
  • Page: 181
  • Format: Paperback
  • A legion from across the sea wants her dead The man she loves would die a thousand deaths to keep her alive The demon she fears would cover the lands in blood soaked ashes to have her again Eramane is learning to accept her new life, a life that demands much from her She is a Breather, and she has no idea how to be one But when Eramane learns that a passage she openedA legion from across the sea wants her dead The man she loves would die a thousand deaths to keep her alive The demon she fears would cover the lands in blood soaked ashes to have her again Eramane is learning to accept her new life, a life that demands much from her She is a Breather, and she has no idea how to be one But when Eramane learns that a passage she opened between her world and the Reach cannot be closed, she will find herself on a treacherous journey searching for dangerous allies In the north are the Cloud Walkers across the South Sea is a kingdom with a massive army Both could end up destroying her and all that she loves, if the demon she thought was dead doesn t do it first.

    • ☆ Blood Soaked Ashes || á PDF Download by ↠ Frankie Ash
      181 Frankie Ash
    • thumbnail Title: ☆ Blood Soaked Ashes || á PDF Download by ↠ Frankie Ash
      Posted by:Frankie Ash
      Published :2018-09-06T11:19:03+00:00

    1 thought on “Blood Soaked Ashes”

    1. A Breather is what they call me. I have never heard of anything like it. Not many have. It is a gift held by very few, and the last Breather was rumored to have lived nearly five centuries ago A part of a series that can be read as a standalone. If you're hesitant because you're afraid that there might be scenarios or even characters that you won't understand, let me appease you. You will not be lost in the story. I mean, you will be, but in a good way.Now that that is said and done, lets move o [...]

    2. RATING: 4.25 stars**This book was given to me in exchange for my honest review**I had a GREAT time with this book! This is my first encounter with Frankie Ash and I can definitely tell you that I will be back for me. I am not the biggest fan of high fantasy novels, but this one really intrigued me. The title alone drew my attention, so -- great job, Ash & marketing team! On that synopsis and that gripping title!To be honest, the romantic element to the story is what drew me. Mainly because I [...]

    3. Blood Soaked Ashes is the second book in the paranormal trilogy, Eramane, titled after the main character and heroine of the series. Eramane is equal parts fascinating and fiesty. She has lead not necessarily a sheltered life, more protected from outside influences under the thumb of overly protective parents. Now on her own and away from her family, she struggles to gain control over her ability as a breather all while trying outsmart the demon that would claim her as his own. Eramane's enemies [...]

    4. - Recensione in italiano piĆ¹ sotto- Recensione completa/Full review: petrichorabookblog.tumblr/REVIEWEramane returned home for a special occasion, the birth of her nephew, but even an event so happy is plagued by her memories and her fears. She is special, not only because a demon kidnapped her and has almost brought her to kill her loved ones, but mainly because she discovered she was a Breather, the first after five hundred years. She still does not know what it means, given that her power ha [...]

    5. So why am I only rating this read with 2.5 stars??1.I jumped in without having a chance to read book one first. I would never really recommend this with any series and especially not this one.For me, it was tough to read and thus affected my view of the book :/ So this is a completely biased opinion!! 2.I felt that 'BSA' needed time to marinate. The story was event after event after dramatic event with little to no breathing room. I needed 'inbetween time'; I needed processing time. That just wa [...]

    Leave a Reply

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *