Emily's Heart

Emily's Heart

by Natalie Wright


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Seventeen-year-old Emily Adams unintentionally unleashed a shadow god's dark energy power into the world and started an Apocalypse. But Emily is also the only one that can end the dark god's reign.

Though the powerful faerie magic of the golden torc is still coiled around her arm, self-doubt threatens to undo her. Emily wants nothing more than to feel the soft kiss of her one true love, but he won't even speak to her. Her first crush is still quite dead and her best friend remains a prisoner in the dark god's house of nightmares. A growing legion of black-eyed shadow people, devoid of conscience, roam the streets. Emily needs help now more than ever, but redemption seems far off indeed as she faces the expanding darkness alone.

Emily will need an army of her own if she is to save the world from being taken over by pure evil. But will a small band of Lucent geeks and freaks be enough to send the dark god packing?

Amidst chaos and ruin, will love blossom in Emily's Heart?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781493697588
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 11/26/2013
Pages: 342
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.71(d)

About the Author

Natalie is the author of The Akasha Chronicles, a young adult paranormal fantasy trilogy. When not writing, blogging, Facebooking, Tweeting, Wattpadding or eating chocolate, Natalie nurtures her young daughter, plays with her two young cats, and feeds her dog too many treats.

Natalie enjoys walking in the high desert, snorkeling in warm waters, travel, and excellent food shared with family and friends. She was raised an Ohio farm girl, now lives in the desert Southwest, and dreams of living in a big city high rise.

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Emily's Heart 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
ReadersFavorite More than 1 year ago
Reviewed by Kayti Nika Raet for Readers' Favorite Emily's Heart by Natalie Wright is the third and final book in the Akasha Chronicles. In this paranormal young-adult novel, Emily Adams is the daughter of Brighid, a Celtic goddess of light, and must battle Ciardha, her dark counterpart, to keep him from taking over the world and drowning it in chaos and destruction. Emily's Heart picks up some time after the second book, Emily's Trial, left off. After losing a battle against Ciardha and barely escaping with their lives, Emily, Jake, and Greta discover that their best friend Fanny is still trapped inside Umbra Perdita, Ciardha's former prison. The disappearance cracks the foundation of their friendship and each go their separate ways, each drowning in their own sort of guilt as the world around them quickly begins to succumb to Ciardha's power. It's up to Emily, Jake, and Greta  to mend their broken friendship and gather the forces necessary to stop Ciardha one last time. I hadn't read the other two books in Wright's trilogy but it was very easy to get a picture of what had happened before as I was reading Emily's Heart. I loved Emily's sarcasm; it was hilarious. I also liked the banter between the three friends and how even though they were having issues with each other in the beginning you could still tell they loved and cared about each other. There's loads of action and fight scenes and Wright doesn't shy away from hurting her main characters. So much so, that dedicated fans might find themselves on the edge of their seats, worried if their favorite people will make it to the end of the chapter. Great for any fan of paranormal fiction.
Savingsinseconds More than 1 year ago
I super loved that Emily is such a strong female central character. She is tough as nails and makes superheroes look like fuzzy stuffed animals. Emily is also a good problem solver. She anticipates problems and explains her thought process as she comes to a solution. This is such a wonderful skill for middle grades to learn; coming to it through a book is a great model. I received this book to review. The opinions shared here are 100% mine.