Heart of Ash (Blood and Salt, #2) by Kim Liggett

Heart of Ash (Blood and Salt, #2)

Ash may have escaped the immortal-worshipping cult that killed her mother, but the love of her life is still under its thrall. Dane has been possessed by his diabolical ancestor Coronado, a man who's fabulously wealthy, dripping with fame, and the leader of Europe's most dangerous immortal network. Dane begs Ash to join him at Coronado's castle in Spain, and swears that his blood bond with Ash is stronger than Coronado's hold over him. Ash is des...

Details Heart of Ash (Blood and Salt, #2)

TitleHeart of Ash (Blood and Salt, #2)
Release DateFeb 20th, 2018
PublisherG.P. Putnam's Sons Books for Young Readers
GenreHorror, Young Adult

Reviews Heart of Ash (Blood and Salt, #2)

  • Nicole
    "We're like a dissonant chord in the finale of Beethoven's Ninth Symphony, begging for resolution. As long as we're apart, there will never be peace in the world...harmony." - pg 41 of Heart of AshAsh Larkin barely survived a year ago when she was caught in the crossroads of a cult's curse and tradition. Through her mother's sacrifice, she lived and evaded Katia's wrath but is is now an immortal. But because without darkness there can be no light...
  • Danielle
    Heart of Ash is so much better than Blood and Salt. Honestly, I think a lot of the problems I had with the first book were actually plot points that helped build this sequel, so I'm not as bitter as I had been by the time I'd finished it. I'm so glad Kim Liggett finally gave us one too, because I was so much more invested in this book compared to its predecessor.
  • Jackie (No Bent Spines)
    ARC- review to come
  • Hannah Michaels
    I really didn't love this. When Blood and Salt first came out, I read it and savored it and took it into my heart like something that belonged there. This book didn't belong. It was rushed, the storyline was weak, and it felt like this book had absolutely nothing to do with the first one. The characters have the same names and some of the same history, but the first book was so full of authenticity and a genuine feel for the characters, and this ...
  • Kim
    Heart of Ash did not live up to the standard Blood and Salt set. The first book was on a smaller, more intimate scale that held the tension really well. Then Heart of Ash turned it into a global conspiracy that just took away from the original story. Where Ash used to be a mature teen who had to deal with a lot of adult stuff and did it capably, she then turned into that annoying teen who flip flopped on every little thing and spent most of the b...
  • Lauren Watts
    I read an ARC copy of this book so... maybe there's still a chance that it could get better? This book was bad.... physically painful for me to read. The timing was all over the place. Two pages to cover important plot points and way too many pages explaining stupid, unnecessary details. The characters were boring and one-dimensional and I found myself really not caring. It was like the bad parts of "The Fire Sermon" mixed with the bad parts of "...
  • Alyssa (Books Take You Places)
    A good ending to the series, I enjoyed the way all of the loose ends were tied up. I hate to be a critic but one thing I’d have enjoyed was an epilogue to see how our characters are dealing with the aftermath of things. I don’t think I fell into Heart of Ash as much as I did Blood and Salt but I still Enjoyed it immensely. Kim Liggett still remains on my “must read” author shelves.
  • Karen Johnson
    Loved, loved, loved. Was great to see what happened to the characters I had grown to love in Blood & Salt. Enough twists and turns to keep me turning the pages and not wanting to put it down. A must-read!
  • Jaime Lester
    So, so good. Worth the wait, for sure!
  • Alexis Stankewitz
    This was interesting. While it had some quotable lines, I thought it was too short for my liking. The ending seemed rushed.
  • Ashley
    4.5/5I do dishes this way to fast. everything about it was incredible. there was a tiny bit that felt like the pacing was off but other than that great story and a revisit of characters.
  • Doree Weller
    A worthy sequel to Blood and Salt, this book kept me guessing right up until the satisfying ending.
  • Kayla
    Heart of Ash picks up right after Blood and Salt ends. Ash flees Quivara after Dane becomes possessed by Coronado’s spirit and her bothers capture. Determined to find and save her brother she agrees to join Coronado at his Castle in Spain. The new setting for the second book is one of the things I enjoyed most about Heart of Ash. That and Rhys story. The relationship between the two characters is one of the reasons I enjoyed the story so much. ...