Book Review: Heir of Ashes by Jina S. Bazzar

I received a copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review. Thank you Jina!

‘Heir of Ashes’  is a book about a beautiful young woman, who is trying to find the truth about herself.
As a young child Roxanne believed that she had a bright future and was sure she would be successful. By the time she was 22 years old, she was already a successful business woman.
Roxanne was also somewhat different even amongst her peers where she stood out as  the most powerful of them all. She then becomes a fugitive when she is hunted down by the government and scientists who want to exploit her extraordinary abilities. Thus, Roxanne is now forced to fight all the people after her life in order to gain her freedom.

This was a very exciting and interesting thriller that held me bound till the very last page. I liked the way the author presented all the characters in the book and made each scene so real that it was an amazing experience trying to imagine how everything was happening.

The parts of the story I enjoyed reading the most was when Roxanne was being hunted and chased down by the vampire and she had to find different ways and places to hide herself. This kept me at the edge of my seat throughout the entire time I was reading this book.

Heir of ashes is such a captivating story and I am eager to go jump into the next book in this series. I highly recommend it to all lovers of thriller, mystery and fantasy.

 

Rating: 5 Stars

Published: April 2018 by Creativia

Pages: 424

Genre: Fantasy (Urban)

Purchase @ www.amazon.com/heirofashes

The Author: Jina S. Bazzar is a  freelance writer, a blogger, a mother, a baker, a chocolate fiend, a coffee enthusiast, and sometimes a poet. She was born and raised in a quiet, small town in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, where she had a happy and fulfilling childhood.
Like most writers out there, her love of books began at a young age. Unlike most authors out there, she never aspired to become one. Soon after high school graduation she developed a chronic disease that caused gradual vision loss. She was blind at the age of twenty-three, and reading became one of many things she could no longer do.
This was until she started working for an organization for women with disabilities and learned about screen readers. After she quit her job, she picked up reading with vengeance, but soon realized it was no longer enough, and so she started writing, this time with an aim to pursue a career. She is now the author of the Roxanne Fosch Files series which consist of Heir of Ashes, Heir of Doom, Heir of Fury and The Curse ( A Novella) creations born from her love of anything fairy, of action-packed stories and a touch of romance. Besides fiction, she has written dozens of articles for Conscious Talk magazine, on topics of health, food, poetry and the writer’s life.
When she is not writing or networking on social media, you can find her in the kitchen, listening to loud music while baking (often misshapen) goodies, or cooking favorite dishes. Her inspiration comes from almost anything, a discussion, a friend, an animal or plant, events, memories, music, etc – in other words, from life itself. Visit her blog HERE

 

estherReviewer/Contributor

Esther Garricks is a contributor to the RovingBookwormNG blog. She has recently graduated from high school and hopes to study English Literature at University. She is also an artist who is passionate about making comics and drawing faces. She loves reading (more like listening) to books for leisure and her favorite genres are thrillers, mystery, horror and fantasy. Heir of Ashes is her second review for this blog.

 

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    1. I’ll look forward to your thoughts, Kimber. Sorry for the late response! I’m still trying to catch up. I’m so behind on things, I can no longer see the dust ahead! Hope you’re doing great, my friend.

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      1. Thank you so much, Jina. Don’t worry about being behind. I am, too. 🙂 Just do what you can when you can, take care of yourself and all will be well. xo

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