Dawn of Ash

Dawn of Ash

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Overview

Underneath the deep red barrier Edmund has placed over the city, Prague is in ruins.... Vil? hide in the darkened alleys, waiting to attack anyone who passes, while Edmund's men roam the blood-soaked streets, scouring every crumbling building in a mad attempt to flush out Ilyan and his men. Among the danger, Ilyan and Joclyn are trapped, unable to leave the city, trying to keep their people safe behind a powerful shield, unseen by Edmund and his scouts.

Wyn spends her days haunted by her daughter and watching Thom waste away from the mysterious curse slowly taking him. Ryland has risen above his father's control, ready to take his place as his brother's second. However, Sain needs his help first for a simple assignment, or so he thinks. Their safety is about to be shattered. A mole behind those safe Cathedral walls has begun whispering through the survivors that Joclyn is unstable, that her magic is an uncontainable force that will destroy them all in the end. Determined not to let the rumors affect her, Joclyn battles ahead, only to have reality and sight intersect in an explosion that shatters the walls between future, past, and present, leaving her imprisoned in a seamless existence she must learn to control...before Edmund and Ovailia control her. Before Sain unfurls the plan he has been orchestrating for centuries.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781531875602
Publisher: Brilliance Audio
Publication date: 09/20/2016
Series: Imdalind Series , #6
Product dimensions: 5.25(w) x 6.75(h) x 0.50(d)

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Dawn of Ash 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 10 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Whats worse, the enemy you know or the enemy you don't? The wait for this book was definitely worth it!!! I loved loved visiting all the characters again. It was like catching up at a family reunion. So excited for the next one!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Rebecca Ethington. I don't even have words to explain how incredible her writing is. I feel like I am drawn into the story, like I'm fighting beside Wyn, Sparring with Ryland, Sneering with Ovaila. It's truly an amazing thing to feel this connected to a story. I can't wait for the next book to be released!!!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great book
AshleyMitchell More than 1 year ago
this book is amazing. well written. such a great story and impossible to put down!!
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dany178 More than 1 year ago
I love this series and Dawn of Ash has been one of my favorites in the series so far. Great story, loving the characters even more! I can't wait for the next one!!
joilgc More than 1 year ago
I really love the Imdalind series and its progression... This last book is an intricate web of voices to help you see the multiple sides of many of the characters... There are a few interesting turns but the book is more of a bridge or continuation from the last, Burnt Devotion, to the next, so you're watching the continuous flow of a story line unfold into different directions that may or may not be shocking... I do like the new layer of insanity that is surrounded by the rise to the top and who will be the winner, but there will always be a special place in me for those first couple of books, when you were first getting to know the characters, their love, their cruelty, their duality, the suspense of the first layer... It was not cut & dry - it's juices overflowed into the web of... well, you'll need to read to figure that part out, and I highly recommend that if you haven't started this series, to get yourself ready for a binge and enjoy the journey... Happy reading!
FlyeZachary93 More than 1 year ago
Review: Characters: As this series comes to an end the story is splintered into more than one perspective. In this book we have Joclyn, fighting to discover what's going on with her magic and how to take control of it before the whispers and rumors about her come true. We have Wyn, haunted by her daughter and trying to overcome the pain and hurt emanating from the piece of the Soul's Blade in her possession. Sain is pulling strings on both sides so that his version of the future will come to pass, the one that will make him King of all magical beings. Finally we have Dramin who is fighting to stay alive so that he can help Joclyn in anyway he can, but just how long can he hold out? I love the complexities of all of these characters. Each one has grown and changed so much since we first met them, some like Joclyn have had real changed and really developed into a stronger and fiercer character, while some like Sain have only now revealed who they really were thus changing our perceptions of them. Either way it's done with a great finesse and is pulled off very well. World-Building: So you'd think with as much world-building as this series has had that it couldn't possibly develop any further, or maybe you think it can. Either way Ethington does a fabulous job at expanding this world in this installment. There is so much about this series that we didn't know, mostly things that are revealed to have been lies. We learn even more about Drak magic and how all magics work in this world as we get more chapters from the very first Drak himself, Sain. As we move into the final installment there's still so much more to be learned and so much more to see. Predictability: So, yeah... There wasn't all that much in this installment that I could predict. I'm sure I've said it before but since Ethington essentially throws out the YA formula when she writes it's hard to predict where things are going. Things that if I was reading any other book I'd write off as pointless drama that won't amount to anything I now look at with serious eyes and genuinely worry about what's going to happen next. I'm never sure who will live or die and now that this series is told from the point of view of a multitude of characters it's quite possible anyone could die. Ending: So since there are many perspectives going into this ending there are also a few cliffhangers that we'll get to in a minute. First let's talk about the final climax that I never saw coming, in fact I had a completely different final climax given the foreshadowing we're given in this book. This final climax is just a precursor for a much larger battle to come in the final book. The first cliffhanger left my jaw on the floor and I still can't pick it up. It's a game changer I wasn't willing to believe could happen, but it did. The second and final cliffhanger was shocking and something I'm looking forward to seeing developed, but it pales in comparison to the first. Rating: So, before this book was published, when the author would talk about it she said that she wanted to make it good, as there were mixed reviews about Burnt Devotion, I'm here to say that she achieved that goal. This is actually my new favorite book of the series. I can't wait for you guys to read it!
koala571 More than 1 year ago

 OMG!! I waited for this book for so long and I was excited to read it. This is the 6th book in the Imdalind Series and I would highly recommend you read the whole series prior to this one in order follow the storyline. 
 This book continues with the battle between Edmund and Ilyan, along side with Joclyn. Edmund has them pinned down in Prague with the attacks becoming more vicious. Sain becomes the major player in this book as he torments his daughter - Joclyn and makes her sights become confused and unrealistic. 
 Sain is evil and wants power and will do anything to get it. The twists and turns within this story kept me page turning wondering what Sain would do next on his quest for power. Oh man, was I surprised at the ending and can't wait to read the last book in the series. 
 Ilyan is a protector, strong, fierce warrior and loves passionately. Joclyn has been through a lot in this series, but I loved how her character changed in this book to a stronger more aware person. 
 Wyn is a torn person right now and has trouble maintaining reality, loyalty and love for Thom. Ryland is growing and has proven his loyalty and now has a romantic crush on Ilyan's second in command - Risha. 
 Dramin, who is slowly dying is strong and wants more than anything to get a sight. His wish comes true, but what he see is revealing of what will happen to him as his time is near. 
 Each of this character's pulls you into their world and you are caught between good and evil. Rebecca's writing is strong and tells a story that captures you until the end and wanting more. 
 I highly recommend this series to anyone who loves paranormal; you will not be able to put it down until the end. 
 

Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Convaluted and disjionted, became very bored as i would read the same scene 2 or 3 times from another persons point of view. I read the previous books straight through, but it took me over a week to make myself read this one. I am extremely disappointed in her new writting style.