Ashen Winter (Ashfall, book 2) by Mike Mullin – book cover, description, publication history. Written by Mike Mullin, narrated by Mike Mullin. Download and keep this book for Free with a 30 day Trial. Almost a year after the Yellowstone eruption in Ashfall (), Alex and Darla are drawn back to dangerous Illinois, which has only grown.
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That being said, Ashen Winter did have a major flaw that I was unable to reconcile with. View all 15 comments.
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The story of Alex and Darla and the search for his parents in the harsh winter world the planet has transformed into continues! In an effort to save my past for myself I’ve got to get my ass in gear. And so begins a story that will keep you on the edge of your seat, biting your nails, and completely breathless.
There are chuncks of this book that move non-stop from one action sequence to another, and there were some spots where I wanted to yell, please stop not literally, but this is the sort of thing where I could say myllin if I were the type of person who literally says literally everytime that something isn’t literally happeningand fortunately for me, maybe not for you, maybe you love action sequences they would abate and some fairly interesting plot and character development would jump in.
I einter both shocked and as uncomfortable as Alex when she enacted her strategy with the gang. So what makes us different when we lose all those characteristics, when the 3.
Ashen Winter is an action-packed read. I completely believe it. It pretty much ripped my heart apart then came together again with minor stitches along the way because that’s how good it was.
Darla may be my favorite heroine in literature. Anyway, off I go to read it.
May 26, D. Alex is very serious by nature and, truth be told, he had very little to laugh about in Ashen Winter which made his occasional humorous remarks all the more entertaining. I have a new favourite character -Ben.
Please review your cart. However, I could only hold my asshen in desperation and fear for these characters, whilst they were apart, for so long. I was on edge, longing to shout at Alex to shut up and listen to his woman.
ASHEN WINTER by Mike Mullin | Kirkus Reviews
Even after seeing the cover of the book and reading the review I didn’t remember having read it. Not even the Red Cross makes an appearance. Your display name should be at least 2 characters long. Did you have trouble with the skinning-of-the-bunny part in Ashfall?
And then to be discounting his relationship with Darla was just bullshit. Wasting no time, the book picks up a few months after the first has left off. What’s worse, no detail is too small. This is the second book in a series so it may contain spoilers if you haven’t read Ashfall. Alex believes he can find them and together he and Darla set off across a very dangerous landscape where corrupt troops guard the camps and lawless gangs rove mioe land, capturing wintwr and making them slaves or turning them into food.
Ashen Winter is one of those few books that is so freakin’ awesome it actually deserves the whole five. I don’t like to see women that are only as important as what they have between their legs, but the book does a good job of condemning it and showing how wrong that is.
I tell you only this: The attention to detail is incredible and realistic, but that does mean that things are not at all ok in the post-Yellowstone Super-volcanic world. Alex and Darla have made as much of a home as possible with Alex’s aunt and uncle on their farm.
Notes from the Editor. Nullin you seriously still sitting there? Yes, I don’t like cold so that part stands out in my head Then the book starts running lik 3.
View all 3 comments. I should never dragged Darla back out here, not for anything.
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Alex immediately decides that the time has finally come to leave the farm to search out his parents. As with Ashfall, the book’s greatest strength is its grittiness. If it’s ALL release — a go, go, go, fast and furious approach — then you really miss the tension, that vital inexorable build that is so critical to creating suspense.
I wanted to like this one, I really did. Needless to say, I now want a Ben. Posted by Gerry Huntman. You’re in a post-apocalyptic world where it’s every man for himself. I should have never dragged Darla back out here, not for anything.
Mullin really thought through the details of how such a catastrophic event would transpire. It’s really tiring to read. Blood will be the least of your worries. Needless to say, ashem goes smoothly on the journey.