Ashes to Ashes Book Review

Ashes to Ashes Review

Ashes to Ashes Book Review

 

Ashes to Ashes by Jenny Han & Siobhan Vivian

Published by Simon & Schuster

Published on September 16,2014

400 Pages

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Wow that was an intense read. The book took quite the turn to the dark side. I have to say I didn’t like it as much as the other two books in the series.

Ashes to Ashes Book Review

Summary

With Rennie dead, Lillia is left feeling guilty and not sure what is going to happen between her and Reeve. Kat feels like she is all alone in her grief. They will have to learn to come to terms with Rennie’s death and move on. Mary has finally come to the realization that she is a ghost and that she did commit suicide. Now she wants Reeve to pay for what she has lost. She alone begins to get her revenge on Reeve and this time it won’t be just a petty payback she is out for blood.

Ashes to Ashes Book Review

My Thoughts

This book was not as good as the first two, it just wasn’t as fun and enjoyable to read. I did like the dark twist that it took I just think it wasn’t done very well. It felt repetitive and not much happened. What I did enjoy about this book was Lillia and Reeve’s relationship. I just love them together soo much.

I’m just at a loss for words with that ending. Really!? What just happened?? I just can’t even begin to tell you guys how much I hated that ending. It felt like the authors didn’t know how to end it and just rushed it. Very disappointed. The epilogue was the worst, the absolute worst. It broke my heart and made me so angry. I rated this a book a 2.5 stars out of 5.

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Mysti

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