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Turn to Dust and Ashes

(Fall Far from the Tree #2)

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Impassive. Devious. Besieged. Naive. In the ashes of their parents’ cruel sovereignty, four teenagers are left holding the reins with no idea how to lead their peoples to peace and prosperity.

Rohesia, told she is the true heir to Hanaobi, must choose between ruling the duchy in her father’s place and returning with her cousin to seek the throne that is more rightfully hers
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Published September 5th 2017
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Ciaran Mealer
Nov 07, 2017 rated it really liked it
This was a pretty good book altogether! Sequels are almost never as good as the first, but this one came close. It was a very gripping, dynamic story throughout. A couple of things kept it from being 5 stars: The pacing was a bit off and there were a couple of scenes that needed a little more clarity and connectivity to the rest. Also there were a lot more editorial mistakes, typos, things like that in this novel than the first. I was actually blown away by how well the first one was edited.

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Nicole Strand
Sep 29, 2017 rated it it was amazing
The only problem I have with these books is they are too short. I'm seriously not ready for them to end. This book was even better than the first. There's even more action, as well as a completely different goal than the last novel so it doesn't feel like you are reading basically the same story again. The four heirs begin to work on rebuilding what their parents destroyed in the first novel, which was exciting to read about. Too often the book ends after the good guy wins and you don't find out ...more
Tammy
Nov 06, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
This sequel was easier to read than the first because we had already been introduced to the characters. We added Tomiko to the group and I liked how she was a strong female character. There was a twist and the ending was satisfying. The action was there but the main focus was on Fastello, Rohesia, Jiro, and Tomiko taking their rightful places. I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review.
Tiffany Jones
Mar 24, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
**FTC DISCLAIMER: I RECEIVED AN E-ARC FROM THE AUTHOR IN EXCHANGE FOR AN HONEST REVIEW. RECEIPT OF THIS BOOK IN THIS MANNER DOES NOT AFFECT MY OPINION OF THE BOOK OR THE CONTENT OF MY REVIEW.**

Four teenagers are left to rise up from the ashes of their parents’ cruel sovereignty, but they have no idea how to lead their peoples into peace and prosperity. Rohesia has learned that she’s the rightful heir to Hanaobi. She has to choose between ruling the duchy in her father’s place and traveling with
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Kalli Bunch
Sep 13, 2017 rated it it was amazing
This book, this series really, is the written version of Chess. Any move made has to be thought out, planned, and made in advance of the opponents otherwise everything can come crashing down. There are princesses, princes, pirates, rebels, but this isn't your average everyday book. There is a lot more violence than mushy love scenes, and I think that's what makes this book series great. It's what makes it unique.
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