Ember Rising Light (Book One)

Ember Rising Light (Book One)

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by C.K. Mullinax
     
 

There’s really no way to prepare…for something…like this…

Step into the shrouded realm of mysteries – a place where ordinary people have extraordinary abilities, where dark shadows hide unspeakable evil and pure light veils unbelievable power…

Tray and Ember Pateman are gypsies, living on their own, hiding in plain

Overview

There’s really no way to prepare…for something…like this…

Step into the shrouded realm of mysteries – a place where ordinary people have extraordinary abilities, where dark shadows hide unspeakable evil and pure light veils unbelievable power…

Tray and Ember Pateman are gypsies, living on their own, hiding in plain sight. They appear to be average high school siblings, but appearances can be deceiving. Gifted with supernatural abilities, they must learn to wield their epic powers before the approaching evil arrives.

Join them as they face off against the wicked shadows. Unearth a clandestine culture. Discover the shrouded unknown. Begin to unravel the mysteries in Ember Rising Light, book one in the epic fantasy six novel It Begins...the Series.

Will you dare…to brave…the dark?

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940011317538
Publisher:
C.K. Mullinax
Publication date:
05/22/2011
Series:
It Begins... , #1
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
345,669
File size:
669 KB

Meet the Author

C.K. Mullinax is an accomplished fantasy fiction writer and published author of the epic adventure, six book Ember Series - soon to be professionally edited, remastered and reborn It Begins...the Series - Coming April 2015. She is also the author of the epic fantasy adventures in the much anticipated ...the Double Fated Series. All of Cindy's novels are thrilling, suspense-filled treks into the shadowed, unknown. Cindy holds two Associate's degrees (Art & Criminal Justice) and two Bachelor's degrees (Sociology & Criminal Justice). She is an honor student, currently attending graduate school at East Carolina University. The author lives in the beautiful mountains of Western North Carolina with her best friend and husband, Jason. She spent the summer of 2010 writing Ember Rising Light - the debut book in her spine-tingling epic fantasy fiction adventure Ember Series - soon to be renamed It Begins...the Series. “Thank you for bravely venturing with me...” -C.K. Mullinax

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Ember Rising Light 3.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 20 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great free read for fantasy enthusists. Builds plot, characters & mysterious storyline. The ending was suspense-filled. Their powers remind me of X-men. No profanity in book. Just finished reading Ember Shadow Fall 2nd book in Ember series. Looking forward to all 6. So far has X-men superpowers, romance, demons, angellike people, kidnappings, twists, other realms & realistic characters. Tray's character is the best one. He's like an overly protective dad, cool gypsy with wiley street smarts. His relationship with Ember has various ties & themes. People who like reading bestselling contemporary fantasy will really like this series.
Fan14 More than 1 year ago
Outstanding fantasy book! Recommend this to fans that like suspenseful builds and fantasy reads. First review says it all. Is headed for bestseller list!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It's a real good book! Fantasy supernatural thriller. Ive enjoyed the series. My bookclub read and we r all posting comments.
read_a_maniac More than 1 year ago
I liked the premise of the book, but finally had to stop reading because the descriptions went on, and on, and on. If the author were to tighten up the writing it would be a much better book. I would suggest having an editor look it over...
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great read would recomend
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Honestly I hate it when I don't finish a book when I start one. This book ugg pushed my limit. I did finish it but I skipped entire pages. I had to force myself to read the entire thing. It overly explains everything multiple times. You feel like all they do is repeat themselves. I also did not like the main characters. Ember was very odd. A little to much in my opinion. Trey was way to clingy on her. I kept asking myself if he was her brother or boyfriend. There was just no need for the over protective stuff. I mean come on he flips out because people yelled surprise at a surprise birthday party. He was ready to literally kill over 150 people because Ember got scared... come on. Also why did Ember freak out so much.. kept asking myself what's wrong with this nut case of a girl and her brother. People need to relate to the main characters. I felt like I would have to be severely antisocial to relate to Ember and selfish to relate to Trey. He acted like the only life that mattered was Ember everyone else could just go die. I won't be reading the next book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Good book however I agree with others that the author tends to repeat information & has an obsessive misuse of where commas belong! (Even more evident in the 2nd & 3rd books). Can be confusing at times as you aren't sure at first which character's perspective your reading when a new chapter begins. My advice to the author would be to label each chapter with the name of whose perspective it's in as other books do. It would really help readers like myself not to be confused and have to back-track all the time!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Though some parts were a bit long. I really enjoyed the stiry and the characters. Its also nice to have a series that has more than one or two books that continue the story. Looking forward to reading the rest of the series.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I'm addicted! Waiting on final book. Plot keeps thickening. Excellent read.
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Too long and uninteresting
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Good, engaging premise and character development. The authors odd usage of italicized text and exclamation marks were distracting and felt juvenile. However, the narrator is juvenile, so i cant tell if this is intentional or misuse. Still pretty good.
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Tiefighter More than 1 year ago
I liked the plot and the story but the highlighting of words was annoying. Writting the two main characters in the first person was just poor writing. Some of the dialog was very poor and never in real life a teen would speak that way to another teen. This not a book that I would reccomend.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This nook book is over 1000 pages. I was excited about that fact until I started reading. The premise is really great. The plot is intriguing and even exciting at times. The main characters are overly explained. The secondary characters are weak. After 600 pages, I skimmed and read dialogue only. The Twilight series has long books, but I couldn't put them down. Ember, not so much. I'm glad it's free.