All That Burns

All That Burns In this thrilling sequel to All That Glows the worlds of magic and mortal are colliding as London celebrates its new king marking an era of unity between the Faery realm and the human one Emrys the

  • Title: All That Burns
  • Author: Ryan Graudin
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  • In this thrilling sequel to All That Glows, the worlds of magic and mortal are colliding as London celebrates its new king, marking an era of unity between the Faery realm and the human one Emrys, the Faery guard to the British royal family, sacrificed her powers to be with King Richard, choosing love over immortality But now, as Emrys struggles to navigate her place betIn this thrilling sequel to All That Glows, the worlds of magic and mortal are colliding as London celebrates its new king, marking an era of unity between the Faery realm and the human one Emrys, the Faery guard to the British royal family, sacrificed her powers to be with King Richard, choosing love over immortality But now, as Emrys struggles to navigate her place between the Faery queen s court and London s lavish galas, danger looms beyond the Thames.When a prisoner with dark, strange magic breaks out of Queen Titania s labyrinthine prison, endangering Emrys s king and sparking an uprising, Emrys must make the hardest decision of all.Will she reclaim her magic to save Richard s life and lose him forever Or stay powerless as the kingdom goes down in flames

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    • Ryan Graudin

      Ryan Graudin was born in Charleston, South Carolina, with a severe case of wanderlust When she s not traveling, she s busy writing and spending time with her husband and wolf dog She is the author of Invictus, the Wolf By Wolf duology, The Walled City, and the All That Glows Series.

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    • ***Review posted on The Eater of Books! blog***All That Burns by Ryan GraudinBook Two of the All That Glows seriesPublisher: Harper TeenPublication Date: February 10, 2015Rating: 4 starsSource: eARC from EdelweissSummary (from ):In this thrilling sequel to All That Glows, the worlds of magic and mortal are colliding as London celebrates its new king, marking an era of unity between the Faery realm and the human one. Emrys, the Faery guard to the British royal family, sacrificed her powers to be [...]

    • ”Once upon a time, there was a king who fell In love with a Faery. He gave her his heart and she gave him her immortality. Together they built a kingdom- of stone and magic and legend- and they lived happily there. But their happiness did not last forever. Nothing does, after all.”This book proves one of two things; it proves once again that for some reason I don’t like duologies, and that even immortal, magical fairies can succumb to teen angst. And in this case, it seemed everyone in thi [...]

    • (Source: I received a digital copy of this book for free on a read-to-review basis. Thanks to HarperCollins and Edelweiss.)Emrys must now learn to live without her magic. But does she have as much Richard as she wants? And was it worth giving her magic up when Richard is so busy with his kingly duties?This was a good second instalment, and I understood why Emrys felt the way she did.I felt for Emrys in this book. She’d given up so much, and the loss of her magic really put a weight on her. The [...]

    • I loved this book it was so very well written and it had the perfect ending even with all the bits in between. The characters were so very well developed for this book I got to see all little bits and things about the characters I still love the love story it is so very romantic. I loved the story it was well written I liked all aspects even the little bits that took a little bit of time to understand. So overall I would say I loved this book very much.

    • Originally posted on City of BooksAll That Burns is a book I didn't think was going to happen. I read All That Glows as a standalone, since it was one at the time, and I thought it worked great as one. But I'm glad I got to read this, because it tells us what happens after the 'happily ever after.' Sort of.In the previous book, Emrys gave up her magic to be with Richard, the mortal prince-turned-king. It was a hard choice, but at the same time not a choice at all. But now, Emrys feels wrong with [...]

    • An enchanting sequel full of magic and romance, All That Burns was a lovely YA fantasy. It had a few twists, a great tie in with Camelot, and it was definitely as good as the first. I absolutely loved this book.My favorite part of the book was how the history and characters of Camelot were tied in. Maybe it's because I just finished watching "Merlin" but I've been fond of the story lately and it was nice seeing it worked into this book.Emrys was great in this book. After giving up her magic to b [...]

    • Really great story! Full of action and plot twists that BLEW my mind (especially the revelation of a certain villain). And the writing was superb. Some argue that it is too descriptive and flowery, but I felt it flowed naturally with the story and enhanced the feel of the book. Overall, I very much enjoyed All That Burns. In All That Burns, we learn about the consequences of Emrys and Richard's decision made at the end of All That Glows. Although All That Glows could have ended as a standalone, [...]

    • Original Link to the review at my blog Le' Grande Codex - here----A great and much more affirming conclusion to a duology. Ryan Graudin has created the perfect companion to 'All that Glows', its not really necessary to read it to know how the duology ends but this companion novel asserts its presence nonetheless Also if you are all wondering, no there is no love triangle here if someone said it then you must not believe it.Things have changed a lot for Emrys & Richard. After giving up her [...]

    • Short and Sweet:I absolutely loved the strong emotional development and plot line. I finished this in a mess of feels. To Elaborate When I first heard about this sequel, I was EXTREMELY hesitant. I read and loved All That Glows as a standalone. When I saw that a sequel was releasing, I was very confused and full of side eye. However, after reading the sequel, wow. For me, this was one of the stories that I didn't realize just how badly it needed a sequel until I started reading it. No spoilers, [...]

    • I never read All That Glows. Yet this fact did not have any effects on me reading the second book and enjoying it. I was able to jump right in and start reading it. I had a really good idea of what transpired in the first book. Even having just started this book and not being that familiar with Emrys and Richard's relationship, I knew it was real and could feel the love they shared for each other. While I did like the world that the author built, I did feel it was lacking some in the magical ele [...]

    • I really liked how they played Camelot into this book. There were plot twists that I didn't see coming and overall I enjoyed this book.

    • 4.5 Stars'All That Burns' is the enchanting second book in a magnificent young adult paranormal/fantasy series. This book picks up where the last one ended - with Emrys having given up her immortality and magic to become human so she could be with Richard - the guy she loves. Emrys is still trying to adjust to her new life without magic and is finding that being mortal is harder than it seems. Richard and Emrys are also attempting to meld the human world with the Faery realm, so the two can live [...]

    • Review originally posted at Step Into FictionActual rating: 2.5 starsIf you have NOT read All That Glows please read with caution. There are some spoilers that were unavoidable. Proceed with caution . . . If I could rate the first half of the book versus the second half of the book, the rating may look a lot better. The first half of this book was just . . . lacking. Everything. I couldn't get in to it. I actually DNFed this book, with the intention of coming back to it. I just couldn't force my [...]

    • Review forthcoming on a-reader-lives-a-thousand-liveI received a copy of All That Burns, book 2 of All That Glows, in exchange for my review.Having given up her magic for the love of her King, Emrys is acting as liason between the Fae court and the human one. Though Richard is pushing through integration laws, acceptance of the Fae isn't as smooth as it could be. When Queen Tatiana calls Emrys away and reveals that a prisoner has escaped from the Fae prison, a series of events is caused that alm [...]

    • What I liked: The parallels to Camelot were my favorite portion, even though I was (basically) yelling at Emrys to make good choices. There was so much tension in this story with Emrys quest to save Richard, because she basically has the entire city of London after her not only because of the changes that are happening that people hate, but also because of the fact the people are blaming the Fae with the kidnapping of Richard. There's plenty of clues laid throughout the story that are well hidde [...]

    • The second in this series, yet the first I have read, this story starts with a bang and drew me right into the story without hesitation. I loved the world building and setting with new royals and magical and fae elements both unique and fantastical. The two realms are unified, as we follow Emrys, a once-fae woman in love with the human King. She has renounced her faerie powers for love: but it is never that simple. She’s struggling with court politics, questions of where she fits in and even t [...]

    • (I received a free copy of this book in exchange for a review).(This review may contain spoilers).Having read the prequel to this book, I was happy to read this book and not just because I had it to read it for the blog tour.I’d met Emrys and Richard, as well as many of the other characters, in book one and it was nice to see them again. I was really surprised (in a good way) to see that the relationship between the two of them wasn’t perfect and that there were still a lot of issues due to [...]

    • Going into a second book like All that Burns can be stressful for me. I was so worried about Richard and Emrys. I didn’t want anything to happen to them! I’m was really pleased with how Ryan continued their story.I loved the plot and it actually felt like it moved faster than the first book. It picks up where All that Glows leaves off. Richard and Emrys unveiling the Fae and teaching the nation how to coexist with them. What I love so much about it, is that it really shows the struggle of ac [...]

    • All That Burns by Ryan GraudinAll That Glows series, #2Publisher: HarperTeenPublication Date: February 10, 2015Rating: 4 starsSource: ARC provided by the publisherI was so excited to continue this series by Ryan Graudin after reading All That Glows and being intrigued. I wondered what would happen and so many questions were left unanswered in the Richard and Emry's world at the end of the first book. All That Burns picks right up where the last book left off and does not disappoint. Emry has giv [...]

    • I originally did not like this story when it first came out. I liked the changes, the addition of royalty and giving up magic for love, and obviously the fairies. I didn't like the ridiculous love story. I don't mean I couldn't get behind the impossibility of it, after all we are dealing with fairies; however, I just couldn't deal with the insta-love and then the continuation of girly love language in everything. I almost felt like it was written by a 12 year old girl. This book did tell us a li [...]

    • Okay, at first the book was getting on my nerves.It was becoming a YA drama I was avoiding for a while, the etenal love triangle so typical in the genre.But then I started drawing conclusions, finding similarities between ghis and the Arthurian legend, which made it somehow more interesting, but also somehow predictable.As an Arthurian fan, I was liking it.But since I was never a fan of Guienevere's betrayal, I was getting upset as I read and read. Finally what I feared happened, and to my surpr [...]

    • I received this free eARC from Edelweiss in exchange for my honest review. I didn't enjoy the first novel in this series and I didn't really like this book either. And I didn't finish it. It's not that it's a terrible book! I just can't get my mind wrapped about a supernatural element like faeries co-existing with a historical mindset. I either need one or the other. I mean I love faerie stories and I love re-telling of a historical event! Read numerous books about both subjects. But I can't rea [...]

    • In the acknowledgements of this book, Ryan said how hard and nerve wracking it is to write a sequel, well Ryan, you did it quite well!The whole way she creates this world out of the creatures of Camelot and a modern England work strangely well. The plot was good as well, you could see the existing characters molding and changing, and the new ones fit right in. Plus when you think you have solved the mystery in between the plots, she changes something so that you want to read more and figure out [...]

    • Actual rating: 3.5 stars. This was a very good sequel (even though the first book didn't need one). Again, it's a complete, (somewhat) standalone tale. The shift to focus on Anabelle was a good choice even though (view spoiler)[I missed Richard (hide spoiler)]. The plot itself was really solid and interesting. (view spoiler)[Le Fay entombing herself (hide spoiler)] was a great way to defeat the bad guy so I give props to Graudin. I did guess a few things way ahead of time, but it didn't ruin the [...]

    • I absolutely loved this book way more than the first one. As inspired and intricate the faery world was in book one, I felt like it was missing a particular edge to make me fall hopelessly in loved. That was thankfully fixed in this installment - though I am a bit embarrassed I thought All That Glows was a standalone.The stakes in this book are higher, the world is more interestingly set up, the struggles and compromises are hard to balance especially when there is no way to know what will have [...]

    • All That Burns was so much better than the All That Glows. I was always a Fan of Merlin and Arthur and this book was the cherry on the cake. Lady Emrys is such a strong character, she sacrificed everything for the Love of King Richard. But still my Favorite is Princess Annabelle, god I admire her. She had control over all things and she was a very stronge, stronger than Lady Emrys. I felt bad for her when kieran died. I swear i was waiting for kieran to rise from the dead. I hated how the book e [...]

    • This was awesome! I liked it more than the other one because it was more about the relationship between Emrys and Richard rather than the fae and the mortals colliding which was the base of the first book because it was so unthinkable. I really like lady Guinevere and the way she talks. "I flipped wrong and the Kingdom burned! Kings, Knights, puppets, fools. All of them sacrificed. They die with smiles on their faces. They know not of the dreams that are my only escape. But blind eyes still need [...]

    • Loved this series book one had me in tears at the end and i expected nothing less when i read book two. I loved how Embers really got to understand more about herself and that though some may think their is a love triangle in this story their not it more of case of a conflict in the story that causes Embers to become an even stronger person. This story makes you love the characters and you get caught up each aspect of the plot trying to see where things are going to play out. The little bits of [...]

    • Read the first book and fell in love.Got so addicted to this book. Got so mad that i had to wait for the second. Looked every where and found out that it wasn't out yet. I really really want to know if Emrys would ever get her power back and I want to know if they would have a little Emry or Richard running around. Would be so disappointed if i don't get a copy before it comes out. Haha I hate waiting for a book but i guess that's the fun of waiting for a good book. Can't wait for this book. I l [...]

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