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Again Jackie has ended this book like The Light: WHAT?? Now to wait for the next sequel.
Thank-you, Jackie for another great book.
When I began to read Through the Ashes I was eager to see how the story would evolve as well as Bria and Jonah's relationship. There is so much mystery into the past of both Bria and Jonah that I was excited to see how their characters evolved.
Needless to say I was not disappointed in how the author Jacqueline Brown begins to give us more clues into the characters past and how they have become who they are today in the story. Through the Ashes is a constant roller coaster of twists, turns and emotions of the characters.
I was thrilled to see Bria almost break out of her timid shell and show the brave, strong-willed young lady that she truly is deep down. Bria is placed in multiple situations where she could cower and turn back to the person she was trying to escape from being in the first book, The Light, yet she pushes herself. I love seeing how Bria realizes her own personal inner strength and how she can use that strength to help herself as well as everyone around her. Bria's growing strength and perseverance to help her "new family" while fighting her inner self at times is something we all struggle with at times.
Jonah is still fighting some inner conflict as he tries to be the savior to all. It is great to see how he begins to evolve and start to accept that he may need the help of others outside of his immediate family.
The author has also introduced a couple of new characters that bring about more mystery to this series. Yet again the author leaves us wanting more and I can't wait for the next book in the series.