The exciting second installment of the Meridian Six series ...
Freedom is a luxury paid for with blood.
Several months after their first victory over the vampires, Meridian Six and her band of rebels are called in to Book Mountain for a brand new mission. The leader of another rebel group needs help saving children who were captured by the Troika and sent to Krovgorod, the worst of the vampire labor camps. Getting inside the prison camp will be simple, but escaping it will be hell.
Red means life.
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I realy enjoyed this book. Hoping the next comes soon
“Children of Ash” is the second installment in Jaye Wells’ “Meridian Six Series.” And it is even better than the first! Once manipulated by the vampires as a “tool of oppression” in this apocalyptic tale, Meridian Six now finds herself exploited by the resistance to inspire others that all is not lost. While she struggles against this new role, determined only to be free of both sides, she can't turn her back on the cause and those fighting desperately for their lives and that of the children -- the most tragic victims in this tale. I wasn’t sure I would enjoy anything as much as her “Prospero’s War Series,” but I am hooked on "Meridian Six." With edge of your seat tension and suspense, this well-crafted cast of characters both touches your heart and scares the heck out of you. Ms. Wells has created a frightening and believable world where vampires rule and humans are slaves and ‘food.’ I can’t wait for what happens next.