- Audible Audio Edition
- Listening Length: 6 hours and 36 minutes
- Program Type: Audiobook
- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: Story Warren Books
- Audible.com Release Date: September 20, 2016
- Whispersync for Voice: Ready
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01LZTGD9V
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Ember Falls: The Green Ember Series, Book 2 Audiobook – Unabridged
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Top Customer Reviews
Ember Falls chronicles the continued arc of the cause of the Mended Wood. Heather and Picket both must bear greater responsibility and face graver trials as the grim denouement looms close. Their dedication to the cause at times conflicts with personal struggles and meets confusion in the form of a surprise newcomer, potentially their best ally or worst enemy. All comes to resolution in a climactic battle with morbins army and a cliffhanger ending. Without revealing too much, I admit I was disappointed by a certain turn of events (death of a character) but will admit this propelled the narrative to a well constructed conclusion. And who knows? Perhaps in the third book we will find this character did not really die after all...
Anyone who enjoys fantasy will like this series. Anyone who likes the idea of sword wielding rabbits grounded in a code of honour and sacrifice against terrible raptor slave lords will enjoy the series. I believe children beginning from age ten to twelve will especially appreciate the spectacle. Yes, there is violence, but it is not gratuitous or gory. Behind the exciting action is a strong moral heart of service to a greater ideal which this reader personally finds refreshing in a world increasingly lacking in firm belief standards.
Sam is a father of four and he knows what children enjoy.
He is incredibly talented.
Sam currently works a full time job and can only leisurely write. I would love to see Sam write full time so that I can read more excellent stories.
His writing is clean, and child friendly.
The stories include important character lessons: loyalty, family, friendship, compassion, selflessness, and forgiveness. (etc.)
Sam’s stories can be read by people of all ages. Both my 15 and 16 year old sons have read the stories, and they both enjoyed them. So have I (I’m 40).
Green Ember concludes with the heroic and valiant efforts of Pickett when he rescued Prince Smalls from a potentially tragic situation. In the sequel, Ember Falls, Pickett has matured into an experienced and brave warrior. The war continues. Heather is training to be a doctor, meanwhile successfully serving under Emma… who turns out to be? I am not sharing, you will have to read the book. Friendships and loyalty grow as quickly as deception.
Unfortunately, there are some very sad moments in the story. But I suspect that not everything is as it seems. The ending was shocking and equally frustrating, only because I want to know what happens to Heather and the singer (cliffhanger). Really Sam?! As I write this I am smiling because Sam left me wanting more, the habit of a great storyteller. No doubt there will be more stories. Ember Falls concluded with a mystery and a song. I loved the surprise ending, and I cannot wait to read more.
The Green Ember Series will keep readers on the edge of their seat; it is exciting and fast paced. I read the first chapter to my MS Bible students and I encouraged all my students to buy the series for themselves. Before Christmas, when Sam offered the stories for free, I made sure to make my students aware. I do hope that you will read the Green Ember Series. Go read!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The only thing I did NOT like was the killing off of a certain prince so soon.Read more