Snow Like Ashes

Snow Like Ashes

Sara Raasch / Sep 22, 2019

Snow Like Ashes A heartbroken girl A fierce warrior A hero in the making Sixteen years ago the Kingdom of Winter was conquered and its citizens enslaved leaving them without magic or a monarch Now the Winterians on

  • Title: Snow Like Ashes
  • Author: Sara Raasch
  • ISBN: 9780062286925
  • Page: 465
  • Format: Hardcover
  • A heartbroken girl A fierce warrior A hero in the making.Sixteen years ago the Kingdom of Winter was conquered and its citizens enslaved, leaving them without magic or a monarch Now, the Winterians only hope for freedom is the eight survivors who managed to escape, and who have been waiting for the opportunity to steal back Winter s magic and rebuild the kingdom ever sA heartbroken girl A fierce warrior A hero in the making.Sixteen years ago the Kingdom of Winter was conquered and its citizens enslaved, leaving them without magic or a monarch Now, the Winterians only hope for freedom is the eight survivors who managed to escape, and who have been waiting for the opportunity to steal back Winter s magic and rebuild the kingdom ever since.Orphaned as an infant during Winter s defeat, Meira has lived her whole life as a refugee, raised by the Winterians general, Sir Training to be a warrior and desperately in love with her best friend, and future king, Mather she would do anything to help her kingdom rise to power again.So when scouts discover the location of the ancient locket that can restore Winter s magic, Meira decides to go after it herself Finally, she s scaling towers, fighting enemy soldiers, just as she s always dreamed she would But the mission doesn t go as planned, and Meira soon finds herself thrust into a world of evil magic and dangerous politics and ultimately comes to realize that her destiny is not, never has been, her own.

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      • Sara Raasch

        Sara Raasch has known she was destined for bookish things since the age of five, when her friends had a lemonade stand and she tagged along to sell her hand drawn picture books too Not much has changed since then her friends still cock concerned eyebrows when she attempts to draw things and her enthusiasm for the written word still drives her to extreme measures Her debut YA fantasy, SNOW LIKE ASHES, the first in a trilogy, came out October 14, 2014 from Balzer Bray It does not feature her hand drawn pictures.


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    1. I wanted to be a soldier. Someone who would earn standing in Winter. Someone Sir would look at with pride. Someone Mather would look at and—No.This is one of the best high fantasy I've read this year, which might not mean much, considering the crap I've read, but I can only attest to my enjoyment of it. This book is good. Butbut there's the love triangle.I’m at the center of this, a weird possessive feud between the Winter king and the Cordellan prince.Why there gotta be a love triangle, man [...]


    2. No matter what happens, no matter who turns on me, no matter what pompous swine thinks he has power over me, I am still me. I will always be me.3 1/2 stars. Okay, let's get some things straight first. Q: Will this book offer a never before seen plot with mind-blowing originality and absolutely definitely no love triangle? A: Nuh-uh. Q: But did I get completely sucked into this world and ended up wildly entertained for the last few hours in which I read the book in a single sitting? A: Hell yes!A [...]



    3. I tried really hard to like Snow Like Ashes. Really hard. There are a lot of things a person might try to do. You can try to ride a bike. Try to draw. Try to, I don't know, jump off a cliff. And that's when I realized I was being completely ridiculous. You can't force yourself to like something no matter how hard you try. So I stopped trying and just continued reading, mostly because I really hate DNFing books, and took the pressure off of myself. Needless to day, Snow Like Ashes never improved [...]


    4. Before Reading:Woa babe.The Title:The Synopsis:The Cover:This book better be flipping fantasticAfter Reading:TO my last comment- it was, it truly was flipping fantastic! I loved every second of this book. It is so unique, and the characters were written flawlessly. It was pure brilliance! Marvelous job, Sara Raasch! You truly are brilliant! For this review I am going to try a different approach to my usual review.The Plotline:The Beginning:From the view of SirFrom the view of MatherFrom the View [...]


    5. ‘‘It’s too easy to throw balance into chaos.’’This was an interesting, mostly positive, surprise. I did not know what I was getting into, perhaps, for there are many things I wasn’t expecting to discover.While, overall, I found Meira to be a good fantasy heroine, there are some specific scenes, that could have been avoided or modifided, making her, somehow, get out of her character—a strong and fierce one. It is that she is quite reckless and there are moments when she can’t cont [...]


    6. Recycling My First Reviews: A Trip Down Memory Lane, Vol. 1Then Snow and ice and frost above, that was ONE OF THE BEST BOOKS I HAVE EVER READ!I can't believe it took me so long to start reading it! Everything, everything that makes fantasy my favorire genre was dominant in Snow Like Ashes; the unique world Sara Raasch created, with the magic's source, the division of the nations based on the season/weather, the evil, cruel monarch who sought unlimited power without hesitating to meddle with dark [...]


    7. February 12, 2014: Am I the only one that notices that's Xena Warrior Princess's second Chakram on the front cover? I'm not joking.Hmm, maybe I'll read this.February 3, 2015:Okay, so I've written and rewritten my review like a hundred times and I'm kind of sick and tired of writing it now. For now, this is how I feel about the book. This is edited out of 7 pages of half reviews, so don't expect it to be perfect by any means: I finished Snow Like Ashes disappointed because I never felt that spark [...]


    8. I did predict something that happens REALLY early on in the book though which sucked, but I absolutely fell in love with Prince Theron!


    9. Well this book was an amazing novel which I will not be forgetting for a long time. I have always struggled with getting into the fantasy genre so at the end of 2014 I said to myself that I need to try the genre bit more! Being the second fantasy novel of the year 2015 that I have read It has not disappointed! Bear with me, I do not normally type reviews but I will give this a go! If you want to buy the book with free shipping here is a link bookdepository/Snow-LiRight, I feel in love with the w [...]


    10. Warning: This review is a crazy ass mess, like seriously. Is this even a review???4.5 I FUCKING LOVE MATHER STARS. THERON IS GREAT, BUT LIKE,, MATHER ALL THE WAY.*screams for a year or so*I didn't expect this to so so so good. Honestly I'm mind blown and so amazed! This book was fucking captivating from the start and had me hooked the entire time. Whoever said the world building was 10/10 was right. I HATE love triangles with a passion, but this book did it so fucking well. Even though I was ann [...]


    11. This was so much fun! 4.5 stars (almost 5).I kept getting this book mixed up with Shatter Me so I stalled on reading it, but it's like this glorious little whirlwind of a YA fantasy plot that made me eat every single word I've ever said against YA tropes. I loved them all. And I'm not even sure if it was ironically? I was just straight up entertained.Tropes in a nutshell: Meira is part of a group of outcasts trying to take back their kingdom of Winter & free their people from the evil kingdo [...]


    12. I probably would have rated this a tad lower, but (and I can't BELIEVE I'm saying this) I adored the love triangle.I KNOW, RIGHT?!No one is as surprised by that statement as I am.And it is a love triangle. There's the boy she's loved all of her life, and then there's the boy she's forcibly engaged to. Guess which one I picked?The new guy!Again, no one is as surprised as I am. I'm a HUGE sucker for the We've-Been-Friends-Forever sort of love. Plus, there's no easy winner in this triangle. Like, i [...]



    13. Brilliant debut. Sarah Raasch gave fans of YA medieval fantasy exactly what they wanted. This book had a lot of action without being too bogged down in details and there was never a dull moment. I found the protagonist believable and I really enjoyed her love interest, Theron. He is exactly my kind of prince:) I am looking forward to the sequel -especially if it involves a lot of rivalry between Mather & Theron. Not huge on love triangles but love to see them acting jealous;P


    14. Did I ever mention how much I love YA high fantasy? Because I do. Love it, I mean. I REALLY LOVE IT. But you know what I love even more than the genre itself? Finding a YA high fantasy book that I also enjoy, because those are so rare and precious. Well, fellow bookish people, I am happy to announce that I found another bejeweled novel that fits the bill perfectly -- Snow Like Ashes by Sara Raasch. Let the fangirling commence. *jumps up and down excitedly*First of all, I gotta say Snow Like Ashe [...]


    15. 2.5“I don’t need made-up strength. I’m strong enough on my own—me, Meira, no magic or conduit or anything.”How is it then that you don't feel truly fulfilled until you find out that you after all ARE the special snowflake we all knew since page one you'd end up being?I hate this kind of plot development. The main character spends the entire story trying to find in him/herself a reason to feel important on his own, by virtue only of his spiritual or whatever strength, and then it turns [...]


    16. “No matter what happens, no matter who turns on me, no matter what pompous swine thinks he has power over me, I am still me. I will always be me.” Wow. This surprised the heck out of me, I’ve had it on my TBR for quite a while now and I think I’ve owned the book since the start of the year, I just kept putting it off and picking up something else. No idea why now as since I’ve read I’ve been kicking myself for waiting so long because this book is good.Of course there is one unfortuna [...]



    17. “Even the strongest blizzards start with a single snowflake.”It was of to a slow start and I almost stopped reading it, but then I got trapped in the story and had a hard time putting it down. I were really impressed in the end. The world was well built and I really liked how their features were connected to the different seasons, like the people from Winter had white hair. Although, I did not like how they kept things from Meira. Some things were understandable, since they wanted to protect [...]


    18. Shaky in places, but nonetheless awesome. Filled with hope and sincerity and the feel of a good old-fashioned fantasy adventure with a soft, poignant edge.Full review to come.


    19. ******************** 4.5 STARS ********************"Someday we will be more than words in the dark."This book really surprised me! I didn't really think I'd enjoy Snow Like Ashes because all the reviews seemed to range from mixed to just plain average. I just ended up putting this series off until now because the premise honestly sounded so interesting and I figured I should just form my own opinion and see for myself how I'd like this book.At first, I thought that the beginning was a little slo [...]


    20. Holy Jesus in a manger on the 25th of December I think I just found a new fantasy series to love.And here I thought the Young Adult demographic has forgotten to churn out awesome high fantasies. The last time I've ever loved a YA Fantasy with a female heroine this much was when I read The Girl of Fire and Thorns Trilogy by Rae Carson. Since then, the fantasies I've read didn't even ignite any wonder or awe in me, didn't make me feel as immersed, didn't make me feel as involved or as engrossed. [...]


    21. Every time someone asks me about Throne of Glass, I want to chuck Snow Like Ashes at their faces and yell something along the lines of, "Read this thing instead!" Of course, people won't listen to me if I don't justify my suggestion. Here's why I recommend everyone should pick up Snow Like Ashes:Meira knows how to kick ass.“No matter what happens, no matter who turns on me, no matter what pompous swine thinks he has power over me, I am still me. I will always be me.”All her life, all Meira w [...]


    22. "Someday, we will be more than words in the dark."For a long time, YA Fantasy was repetitive and boring, with the same special snowflakes, the same innocent, pure heroines. All the stories were formulaic, as if it wasn’t physically possible to write anything different.Lately, though, YA fantasy has started branching out. It was easily forgotten how much this reader loved the magic and forbidden love stories, the strange creatures that lurked in the dark, the different kingdoms, the results of [...]


    23. "I can feel him eyeing Mather, both of them caught in an awkward web surrounding me. I'm at the center of a weird possessive feud between the Winter king and the Cordellan prince. How in the name of all that is cold did that happen?"I have no idea. But of course, no love triangle is complete without manly preening! "It whacks into the center of the target, the handle wobbling from force. Theron turns to me, half his face slight with the beginnings of a smile. "My weapon of choice doesn't matter, [...]


    24. 1.5 starsWell, this was underwhelming as heck.First things first: with this review, I don't mean to say that this is a bad book, because it's not. In fact, I can see why so many people loved it, but it definitely wasn't for me. It was just so generic and bland, and was completely identical to every other fantasy novel I've read before. Nothing about it was remarkable. I found the whole seasons idea to be quite silly: what is it with authors these days, that they keep naming things after seasons, [...]


    25. Why in the world was this book in the bottom of my TBR??? I would've read it sooner had I known it would be this freakin' good. I admit it was off to a very slow start because of the meticulous process of world building, but thank heavens it somehow evolved into this exhilarating ride of plot twists that kept me hanging on the edge of my seat. Honestly, there were moments when I was jadedly sure where the story was going. However, I assure you that these moments were soon followed by gasps of su [...]


    26. Wow. This sounds like it might actually have some originality. Wouldn't that be refreshing? #pleasenolovetriangles


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