City of Ashes


The Duluth News Tribune praised City of Ashes, calling the book "gripping".[4] The School Library Journal also praised the novel, comparing it to "like watching a particularly good vampire/werewolf movie".[5] Kirkus Reviews enjoyed the book but warned that the "incestuous overtones might be too disturbing for some".[6] Commonsensemedia gave the book four stars, calling it "gripping" while warning parents of the violence and potential incest.[7] Seventeen Magazine gave a positive review, saying that the book was "smart, funny, romantic".[8]

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