Betrayal (Immortal #2)
There are the small betrayals: the unkind word, the petty lies. And there are the betrayals that break hearts, destroy worlds, and turn the strong sweet light of day into bitter dust.
When Evie Johnson started at Wyldcliffe Abbey School for Young Ladies, her life changed in ways she couldn't possibly have envisioned: the discovery of her link with Lady Agnes, her spec...more
"Your Heart tells you to trust...
Your head tells you to run."
I wish i would have listened to my head! I should've put this book down and
Run Forest Run!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Doing this would have been less painful than reading
I'm going to follow the Golden Rule: Do unto others as you would have them do unto you
I'm telling you right now, DO Not read this book!
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I'm such a little Angel ;)
The series wasn't that strong and it lack a lot of things. It has a great potential but the author blew it.
I couldn't feel the romance between Sebastian and Evie. It's just difficult to follow. It's like they were not really meant to be together. What's annoying is that Evie is just so desperate to find answers and for me, it seems like she just used her sisters for her own benefit. Seriously. She didn't even consider others and she just want to make out with Sebastian ...more
(Sebastian dies. Can we open the bottle yet?)
After that wonderful plot twist, I think I can relax now. However, I still remain d ...more
Plot: This plot remains the same as the first with a few differences. Evie is back at the border school, picking up what is left of her life. We all know that in a border school no secrets stay hidden. And before you know it, Evie is bac ...more
Besides thaT, the book is similar to the first. While good, I find some things irritating:
-Gypsies: I did not know that they still existed, and I find that they just happen to be there odd.
-Miss Scratton: I won't give away the big thing here, but it seems that Gillian Shields just made something up to make it seem plausible that she would be helping. It was a plot twist that was just dropped on me and I found it annoying.
-Harriet: How does a person possess a person ...more
This book was far better than the last book. I really liked the dairy of Sebastian. It was absolutely wonderful reading his pov. The romance and good writing keeps you going. The suspense was kept in till very end which made it more interesting compared to previous part.
This book shows us what does a true love mean. To what extent can someone go to save his love.
The book is very rushed at the areas where we require more details when fighting against coven and st ...more
From Evie's first days at Wydecliffe Abbey school for Young Ladies she realizes that things are not as they seem. Now starting the second term of the year 16 year-old Evie has found that she cannot trust anyone but her sisters and possibly one teacher, Miss ...more
Gillian Shields ISBN: 0061375845
Evie Johnson, a teenager who attends Wyldcliffe Abbey School for Young Ladies had a surprise last semester. She discovered that she was apart of something that’s beyond normal. She had the power to control the element of water. Herf friends or Sisters, had the element of Fire and Water. They were destined to meet and destroy the evil dark magic that the mistresses of the school had possessed just to love life e ...more
This book is just so cheesy, characters are flat and I don't care what will happen with them next.
I know that there are fans of this series, but I don't recommend it. Seriousl ...more
I was disappointed to find out that this book is not that interesting as the other one. Though I love all the magic involved and the sisterhood between Helen, Sarah and Evie, still I want something more. I want to know more about Sebastian.
I love the twists of this book. Those mistresses that was involved in the coven, Harriet, Miss Scratton being a guardian (though at first I was furious to find out that she betrayed Evi ...more
Gillian Shields' ...more
A great follow up to Immortal. Surprising, suspenseful and shall I say a bit disappointing?? Don’t get me wrong, the story was great filled with all the artful details as was in the first book however the outcome was not what I had expected and left me feeling a little empty.
Once again we spend our time with Evie, Helen and Sarah. These “sisters” are fun and inspiring with just the right amount of awkward imperfection. Gillian again enriched us with such ...more
The pacin ...more