Ashes to Ashes (Burn for Burn Series #3)

Ashes to Ashes (Burn for Burn Series #3)

by Jenny Han, Siobhan Vivian
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Ashes to Ashes 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 11 reviews.
majibookshelf More than 1 year ago
*may contain spoilers if have not read Fire with Fire* I have been waiting to get my hands on Ashes to Ashes for so long, because Fire with Fire sure ended in such a huge cliffhanger. Ashes to Ashes is the final book in the Burn for Burn trilogy, which means that everything is finally going to rap up in this book. So many questions have arose from reading Burn for Burn and Fire with Fire, and I just couldn't wait for this book to answer all of those questions for me. Ashes to Ashes immediately began with Mary, and to be honest, I just didn't like Mary anymore. I originally thought Burn for Burn was going to be a contemporary trilogy about friends and revenge, but I really disliked the paranormal twist that was added in the story. I just didn't get why Jenny and Siobhan decided to do that, but overall, the paranormal factors was what really bothered me in this book. Bothersome factors aside, I enjoyed this book. Although, if I had to compare it to the first two, this would be my least favourite. In Ashes to Ashes, we definitely got to know and understand all the characters, not just Mary, Kat, and Lillia, a bit more that we ever had.  The romance was also very interesting, and we got to really see who ended up with who. I guess this book was no longer about the revenge (boohoo!) and more about the conflict between Mary and the girls. Due to the fact that I'm not much of a fan of Mary, I really just wanted to get her out of the overall picture. Overall, the ending was a great one for this trilogy. Although it was definitely unexpected, it was still a good ending to the books. Would I recommend this trilogy? Definitely yes, but I would have to mention that it's not completely contemporary, and not get someone fooled like me (*cries*) Jenny Han and Siobhan Vivian certainly delivered a good trilogy, and I can't say I'm not excited for future works by both of them!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loved all three books! Filled with revenge, love, and hope!
Anonymous 3 months ago
The last book was REALLY STUPID
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I didnt like the paranormal twist it makes the book seem to fake and am i the only one that doesnt like lillia and reeve tigether?
sheltisebastian More than 1 year ago
Disappointing ending
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Ok, so i was willing to finish this book, but really? I thought this was going to be good, but i hate Mary now. She used to be cute, like bubbles from the powerpuff girls so much, i would imagine her charecter as bubbles. But, nooo! She just had to be a ghost. I got so sick of it, i had to stop. PLEASE DO NOT READ THIS BOOK!
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Brittany_17 More than 1 year ago
I'm extremely upset with the ending. On one hand I understand that after high school things don't pan out; not everyone gets that happy ending nor do they get closure, but this is a book! I expect every problem to be touched upon (or else the reader doesn't get any closure...if you couldn't tell). The ending seemed rushed and it disappointed me because the last two books were so good! But the fact that Lilia and Reeve don't get any closure nor a happy ending??? And then she just settles for Alex because why not. And we also don't see what happened with Kat and Alex, do they get any closure? Did they try it out? How was Reeve after the incident? I think that's what really pissed me off too was that it was just "Oh Reeve get's injured and works with his had now! Whatever!) It's like y'all gave up on the characters by the end. The relationships were dangled in front of us by the end and it's just hard to swallow because both authors are such good writers. The book could have been better planned. (However I'm only truly bitter because of Lil and Reeve. The way they built them up was so good and now I'm so sad.) Usually when I read anything of Jenny Han's I'm always a happy camper, but there was just too much looked over (in this one book). Still love her though. Can't wait for her next book (Ms. Lara Jean please make your way to the front)