The Crown Of Embers by Rae Carson | Readalong Chapters 21-30 #ReadingRae

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YOU GUYS! It is like I keep on regressing with my procrastination – getting worse and worse and worse. BUT OKAY I MET SOME COWORKERS FOR CELEBRATION ADULT DRINKS. Just one – and some water. But now I am home and ready to tell you all about the things that happen during these chapters of The Crown Of Embers.

First off, we are still ON A BOAT. Word. AND OMG we get to meet Hector’s brother. Elisa ponders why Hector wants her to dismiss him from service – um, because he loves you duh. AND FINALLY REALIZES IT. But because this is YA, there are things that come between them.Only, ugh, Hector is still on about marrying Alodia. PLEASE JUST STOP WITH OUR HEARTS.

Then! The boat is in trouble but Elisa maintains her faith and there is TENSION and praying. And there’s like this tornado. And Elisa passes out. Then she wakes up and whoa, everyone is alive. Mara is hurt and Elisa figures out the trick to healing her because Elisa is awesome. There I said it. She is awesome.  THEN THERE IS SOME KISSING JUST AROUND THE CORNER, keep turning pages you guys it is SO amaze. It has made me lose my ability to even. What is air, y’all.

Then, they find the zafira – the gate and realize, okay this is awesome power but it comes with a major price. To Elisa, the price is just not worth it and her heart is telling her she doesn’t quite need the zafira.

Then some more things happen and Hector is all emo.

Then he gets kidnapped. The end. AND ONTO THE SEQUEL.

By the way — when you guys are reading this next week I will be in Orlando at Disney World. Cheers to vacation and Labor Day!

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Rae Carson Info:

I write books about teens who must do brave things. I’m originally from California, but I now live in Arizona with my husband, who is the smartest and therefore sexiest man I know. My books tend to contain lots of adventure, a little magic and romance, and smart girls who make (mostly) smart choices. I especially love to write about questions I don’t know the answers to.

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April is in her 30s and created Good Books And Good Wine. She works for a non-profit. April always has a book on hand. In her free time she can be found binge watching The Office with her husband and toddler, spending way too much time on Pinterest or exploring her neighborhood.

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