Afterglow In this conclusion to the Wildefire trilogy teen volcano goddess Ashline Wilde learns her former love Colt Halliday has an evil plan to kill the Cloak benevolent beings who oversee the gods Also

  • Title: Afterglow
  • Author: Karsten Knight
  • ISBN: 9781442450370
  • Page: 215
  • Format: Hardcover
  • In this conclusion to the Wildefire trilogy, teen volcano goddess Ashline Wilde learns her former love, Colt Halliday, has an evil plan to kill the Cloak, benevolent beings who oversee the gods Also, he wants to merge Ash and her two sisters back into a single, too powerful goddess, Pele Ash must stop her trickster god ex boyfriend once and for all, by feeding a few flamIn this conclusion to the Wildefire trilogy, teen volcano goddess Ashline Wilde learns her former love, Colt Halliday, has an evil plan to kill the Cloak, benevolent beings who oversee the gods Also, he wants to merge Ash and her two sisters back into a single, too powerful goddess, Pele Ash must stop her trickster god ex boyfriend once and for all, by feeding a few flames.

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    1. Karsten Knight

      Karsten Knight is the author of the historical mystery NIGHTINGALE, SING, the time traveling thriller PATCHWORK, and the Polynesian volcano goddess trilogy WILDEFIRE Simon Schuster though some say his writing career peaked at the age of six, when he completed a picture book series about an adventurous worm He is a graduate of College of the Holy Cross and earned an MFA in writing for children from Simmons College Karsten resides in Boston, where he lives for fall weather, bowling, and football season For information on Karsten or his books, please visit karstenknightbooks.

    733 thoughts on “Afterglow”

    1. oh god! just finished reading the second book and i'm so sooo excited for this. CAN'T WAIT!! PLSSS JUST SET THE EFFING DATE!! *You rock Ash and I hope you burn Colt to ashes.

    2. 4 1/2 stars.Afterglow is the final book in the Wildefire trilogy about teenage reincarnated Polynesian volcano goddesses Ashline Wilde. In this last installment, Ash is hunting down Colt, her ex-boyfriend as he jumps from state-to-state looking for objects that will help him kill the all-knowing cloak race and to bring the pieces of Pele’s soul back together. With the help of new and old gods, Ashline sets out to make sure Colt doesn’t accomplish his goal, because Pele is one of the most unp [...]

    3. My favorite series of the year.Like the second book, this did not disappoint. It’s worth rereading book one and two just for this (pardon my poor memory). The plot, the twists, the action, there were never a dull moment and everything had its own purpose. There were several good surprises, and the ending was just superb. You really couldn’t ask for a better one.Though Colt was the ever coniving manipulative trickster, you had to give him credits for the length that he went into resurrecting [...]

    4. This series was so amazing, it depresses me to take it off my To Read list. This book was so good there isn't much I can say besides whoa.The rest of this review will be racked with spoilers (view spoiler)[. Favorite scene: "Take me out to the ball game!" That was hilarious. I nearly died laughing. It was such a great entrance for Wes, and it was amazing to see Eve and Ash work together. For the first two books, Eve was just Ash's insane, bitchy sister, but it was great to see them cooperate. Ev [...]

    5. OH MY GOODNESS THAT COVER.I`M DYING FOR THIS BOOK, I LOVED Wildfire and Embers and Echoes. And I have no doubt that I will love this book as well!!!!!! I`M SO EXCITED. CAN`T WAIT

    6. SNAPSHOT:Jumping in less than a day after the end of the second installment, Ashline Wilde is a strong, courageous narrator, relating in first person her tale as she navigates the treacherous waters her life has become. With her ex-boyfriend Colt chasing her so he can force her and her sisters to become one person—the goddess Pele—all Ashline really wants is to find someone who can help. But she doesn’t realize: all the help she needs is already there. Beyond fiery and feisty Ashline, the [...]

    7. ALL THE FEELS.  No wait I'm way cooler then that.  Afterglow, the final book in the wild ride of Ashline Wilde's (see what I did there?) life hits you like a 3 ton slab of rock (that's way more clever sounding when you read the book).  A lot happens in this book--reunions, betrayals, death, life, love, obsession, sacrifice, traveling, BBQ'ing, but at its core the book is about love.  Sentimental as that sounds, its about love in all its facets.Ashline realizes something during the final face [...]

    8. Perfect ending to the series!!! For once, an epilogue that actually made me love the book more. Full review to come.

    9. The cover. Looks. AWESOME.Come on, Ash, be the violent angsty heroine we've come to love and BE AWESOME LIKE ALWAYS.So rooting for her in this.

    10. Rating: 3 stars - This was an okay read for me - not as thrilling as it could have been, but still decent. This series is about a teenage volcano goddess who basically struggles with the problem of stalkers throughout the entire series. It doesn't help that her stalkers are reincarnated gods as well, so they get into a lot of trouble with the misguided intentions of her stalkers. She also falls in love with like, every other handsome teen god she meets, so there really isn't a lack of romantic s [...]

    11. This and other reviews can be found on Reading Between ClassesTitle: AfterglowAuthor: Karsten KnightPublisher: Simon & SchusterRelease Date: Nov 12, 2013Rating: 3/5Cover Impressions: I did a little searching and found out that Laurent Linn is the cover artist for all three books. Man, does he ever do good work. All three of these covers are stunning and, as I said before, I loved that extra step of making the covers velvety soft. They make me want to cuddle them. Review:Afterglow is an enjoy [...]

    12. Review Posted on Reading Lark 11/22/13: readinglark/2013/Ash's story is finally coming to a close and it certainly goes out with a bang. Afterglow channels all the things I loved about the first novel while upping the stakes. Ash is still on Colt's trail, but now he has has Eve and Rose under his spell. Can Ash liberate her sisters, complete the task given to her by The Cloak, and find a way to a lead a normal life?I have loved Ash since the first moment I met her. It's impossible not to be suck [...]

    13. I thought I wouldn't finish this trilogy, but I had a lot of time to kill at the library. I picked up this book in the new book section and read the entire book, cover to cover. This time I do not regret it, because the trilogy did improve.I no longer like Colt Halliday. He's an idiot along with a bunch of other nicknames. Scumbag. Loser. Selfish dunce. Cheater. There's plenty more. Just simply mentally add in names after cheater. Colt Halliday is going down (in my mind) ever since the first cha [...]

    14. This is the first time I get Book Hangover and this was worse, because Afterglow was the end of Wildefire trilogy.I don't how to say the lots of things that are boiling right now in my head and heart, there's one that I can say for sure: THIS TRILOGY HAS BECOME MY FAVORITE. So this isn't a review, just my personal opinion.The first time I came across Wildefire was because of my nagging obsession with mythlogy, and when I realized it was about a Polynesian (yep, I've fantasied about having Polyne [...]

    15. Originally posted on fortheloverofbooks.wordpressTotal number of pages: 1177Number of times read (including the time before this review): 2Rating (out of five stars): 4There are two portions of history that I find especially fascinating: Tudor era England and mythology of any kind (although I have mostly researched Egyptian and Greek mythology). The Wildefire Trilogy focuses on mythology (because let’s be honest, the combination of Tudor era England and Mythology would most likely be frighteni [...]

    16. 4stars3rd person POVFINAL BOOK IN THE WILDFIRE SERIES!Ok this was a really great book on its own But kind of a slow paced and not as action packed with twist and turns and OMG moments as I think a series finally book should have. These books have been great!! Love the supernatural powers the different gods and goddesses from all types of mythology. Kept me on my toes trying to remember some of the gods and what powers they had etc. but I guess I had imagined what would happen at the end and sinc [...]

    17. There was a lot in this book that was really good, as well as some things that were just not for me. For example, I liked the end, a lot. It was really well-done and unique, and I loved that Ashline was ultimately able to "out-trick the trickster," not not in the typical way. It took her years and years of planning ahead, and it was through the power of words, something I truly believe in. Also, I felt like her relationship with Eve resolved really well. Eve herself felt more believable and well [...]

    18. ***WARNING: SPOILERS POSSIBLE FOR FIRST TWO BOOKS IN THE SERIES***Guys, I was really excited to read Afterglow, and while I may not have liked it as much as I did Embers and Echoes, it was a satisfying conclusion to the series!We meet Ash again, trying to track down her sisters and Colt, whose crazy ass is trying to put Ash, Eve and Rose back together into one volatile goddess. Yeah. That didn't sound like such a great idea to me either. But Colt has his heart set on it and Ash is trying to stop [...]

    19. My feelings….oh. This book was amazing. I love Karsten Knight to pieces, and the conclusion to the series was epic. I love the characters and I even like Colt…as a “villain”, that is. The ending was perfect and I felt the end was satisfying, as well. The last sentence drew the series together. I was such a fangirl over this book, and I hope you guys enjoy it, too.Let’s talk about Colt first. Oh, Colt. I loved him so much throughout the series, because he wasn’t a vanilla antagonist. [...]

    20. Wow what ride this trilogy was. Never has my opinion of a book series characters flipped so much. In the first two books Ashe's sister seemed to be an anarchist ungrateful wench who caused her adoptive parents so much grief. But midway through the book after admitting how awful she was for no real good reason made me just like her. I was teary eyed with her heroic sacrifice against the stalker who will not let go no matter how miserable his girl is Colt. I just love the real love of Ashes's mult [...]

    21. NOW I NEED THIS BOOK ASAP!!!as of 10-28-12I know I haven't even read the 2nd book yet but I just can't wait to see how this whole series comes to an end wonder what will happen??as of 1-12-14I just recieved this book in the mail, im disappointed by how small it is. Oh well, i hope it meets my expectationsAs of January 19th 2014 This book, although sadenly small, was quite a beautiful ending to a volcanic filled series. I was scared and nervous to read this book, first due to the reason that I di [...]

    22. I have to say this. THIS WAS AN AWESOME READ. TOTALLY AWESOME.I loooooove the ending. And here I was thinking. oh freaking no it's happening again and this time Pele's gonna merge again. And then, on a surprising twist Another twist i liked was when Modo (the poor guy) was shacked up with the total bitch Aphrodite (who was so er- i don't know the word but I was wrinkling my nose when she was with the shape-changer).The sweetest scene in this book is when Ashline and Wes reunited again. I mean, h [...]

    23. One thing I remember specifically thinking the first book in the series was lacking was information. You know the back story. I understood that Ashline couldn't remember her previous lives, so in all honesty is made sense that we don't get the story. It just bugged me a little. In this book we get it all. And I loved every minute of it.Ashline seems to get all her memories back in this book. We finally get to see when she first meets Colt and what caused the the whole disruption. I was curious a [...]

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