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Emily's Trial (Akasha Chronicles Book 2) Kindle Edition

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Another 5 Star Read from Natalie Wright:
"This adventure continues for Emily to a dark realm where she grows and develops along with the cast of other teenage characters. The story is exciting, interesting and holds the reader on the edge of their seat waiting to see what happens next. Both of Natalie Wright's books in this series, Emily's House and Emily's Trial are great fiction for young readers." - Jane Jones, Amazon Reviewer
"Natalie Wright's use of detail and imagery paint each scene in the mind of the reader. The scary world Emily travels to seems so awful, but so real. Wright did a good job developing her characters, as well. Emily truly grows as the pages turn; she matures as she fights and works. The other characters grow and change, too. I am excited to see how Emily and her friends continue to develop in the next book.
Teenagers and young adults would love Emily's Trial. It has all the aspects of a good story and with an awesome heroine. I give this novel 4.5 out of 5 stars and eagerly await the Natalie Wright's next book!" - by Chels for Live to Read, Amazon Top 100 Reviewer

About the Author

Natalie is the author of The Akasha Chronicles, a young adult fantasy trilogy. When not writing, blogging, Facebooking, Tweeting, Wattpadding or eating chocolate, Natalie nurtures her young daughter, feeds her dog too many treats, and can't resist watching Ancient Aliens, no matter how absurd the show becomes.
 
Natalie enjoys travel, good wine, 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 high rise in a big city.
 
"Books are my friends, ideas my passion."

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  • File Size: 513 KB
  • Print Length: 211 pages
  • Publisher: Boadicea Press; 1 edition (December 19, 2013)
  • Publication Date: December 19, 2013
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B009LMAIGE
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,141,270 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Natalie is the author of H.A.L.F., a young adult science fiction series, and The Akasha Chronicles, a young adult fantasy trilogy. She lives in the high desert of Tucson, Arizona with her husband, tween daughter, and two young cats.

Natalie spends her time writing, reading, gaming, geeking out over nerd culture and cool science, hanging out on social media, and meeting readers and fans at festivals and comic cons throughout the western United States. She likes to walk in the desert, snorkel in warm waters, travel, and share excellent food and conversation with awesome people. She was raised an Ohio farm girl, lives in the desert Southwest, and dreams of living in a big city high rise.

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Format: Paperback
Emily's life is full of adventure and danger. Now sixteen years old, Emily is still equipped with her golden torc and magic dagger. In this novel, the reader follows Emily and her friends through a portal into a new world. Cruelty and darkness fill the new world and a dark leader, Ciardha, feeds on his subjects' fears. Emily must fight the horror and survive.
Natalie Wright's use of detail and imagery paint each scene in the mind of the reader. The scary world Emily travels to seems so awful, but so real. Wright did a good job developing her characters, as well. Emily truly grows as the pages turn; she matures as she fights and works. The other characters grow and change, too. I am excited to see how Emily and her friends continue to develop in the next book.
Teenagers and young adults would love Emily's Trial. It has all the aspects of a good story and with an awesome heroine. I give this novel 4.5 out of 5 stars and eagerly await the Natalie Wright's next book!

*Received a copy for review, this in no way affects my review*
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EMILY'S TRIAL is the second book in the "Akasha Chronicles" after Emily's House (The Akasha Chronicles)

Another great read in the growing series by Natalie. Well written with lots of suspense that kept me on the edge. The characters are becoming so real with wonderful descriptive action. Can't wait until the next in the series.

This is another gripping fantasy adventure with Emily and her 2 friends, Fanny and Jake, away in Netherworld. The journey begins with a high school prank and ends with the death of a new friend. Emily must make some hard choices in order to stop the Apocalypse she started, while the Goddess Brighid is imprisoned and helpless.

A well-written and captivating story. Highly recommended.

Bestselling author and Top Reviewer,
RJ Parker
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This is an action packed book, starting with Emily's statement that she's started the apocalypse and diving head first into a high school flirt in the cafeteria. Although Emily's Trial is a continuation of Book 1 in the Ashka Chronicles, Emily's House, the reader can dive into Emily's world without having joined her on that first adventure. In other words, it is a stand-alone in the beginning.

Emily - or Miss Magic - possesses magical powers, which are strengthened through the Torc, a type of bracelet bound to her arm. Set in our modern day world, she sticks out; magical powers aren't a common everyday thing. But she doesn't hide them either. Neither does she use them for any special purpose. They're simply there and offer a great opportunity for cafeteria pranks. Pranks? Yep, Emily isn't a perfect girl. She's a character with many rough edges, and these lead to some very bad decisions.

All in all, I liked Emily. She's very realistic and like many teens her age, let's her good judgement be over-shadowed with superficial desires. Her 'comrads' aren't true blue all the time either. Although they go out of their way for her in the beginning, they're support waivers when things get tense. This lack of a 'stand-by-me' feeling made it increasingly hard to like them, but it did make me sympathize more with Emily.

The story is mostly set in a nightmare dimension with varying, clever scenes, which are well written, creepy, dark and slightly gruesome. There were moments which made me cringe. Of course, Emily isn't weak but uses her warrior talents to barely defeat the monsters thrown at her in well written fight scenes. The only thing she's lacking is a little more self-assurance. Her self-doubt gets a little tiring at times.
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My Review:
In the second book in the series, Emily has grown and matured by a couple of years. She is now a High Priestess and has really come into her powers. Turns out that is a very good thing as she crosses the portal into a really dark and evil world where she needs everything she has to fight against the danger and negativity there.

The Good: I have now read both Emily's House (The Akasha Chronicles) and Emily's Trial (Akasha Chronicles) and must say that while I liked them both, the second book is much, much better. The plot is sharper, the characters are again a highlight of this book and the plot has more depth. The detail Natalie uses is exquisite. Each of the negative thoughts and fears felt by Emily and her friends while in this world actually come true and they really live them. They really are quite scary at times...the stuff of our nightmares.

The Bad: A Huge Cliffhanger? Really? I know it will be handled in Book 3 but I like a little more closure than I got here.

The Snuggly: Owen was introduced here in Book 2 along with Emily feeling and having to deal with desire, love, temptation and passion. Emily and Owen are romantically involved through the book but rarely alone and they don't get past the kissing and hand-holding stage. It is all quite clean...well, except for the dirt...;)

The Rest: This is a very well written and enjoyable book. It has humorous, romantic, terror-filled and suspenseful moments that all serve to keep you on the edge of your seat.
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