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Immortal Creators

3.94  ·  Rating details ·  31 ratings  ·  28 reviews
Sixteen-year-old author Scott Beck never wanted to be an Immortal Writer—not after his father was killed on a mission attempting to dispatch his own villain. Scott blames Shakespeare and the Writers for his father's untimely demise, but no amount of hatred will prevent the oncoming alien attack, which has come over to reality straight from Scott's book.

Scott is forced to c
Paperback, 266 pages
Published April 3rd 2018 by Blue Moon Publishers
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Rosemary Standeven
Mar 18, 2018 rated it really liked it
I was really looking forward to this book, as I had loved “Immortal Writers”. The concept of brilliant writers – and their key creations – becoming immortal, is just so wonderful. How often do you read a book and really, really want the hero to be real (Aragorn, Arithon s’Ffalenn, Nevyn, Rand al’Thor ….)? In the “Immortal Writers” series, they can be, as they cross from the ‘Imagination Field’ into the ‘Reality Field’, when their writer becomes an Immortal. Tolkien is, of course, one of the Immo ...more
Tiffany Jones
Feb 26, 2018 rated it really liked it

Sixteen year old Scott Beck never wanted to be an immortal writer. After his father was killed on a mission to dispatch his own villain, he's always blamed Shakespeare and the Writer's for his father's death. Unfortunately, no amount of anger or hatred will put a stop to the alien attack that's heading stra
Sep 08, 2018 rated it liked it

Immortal Writers #2, I didn't really like this one as much as the first one. Normally I love sci-fi but I didn't feel a connection to the characters like I did the first book. Scott, the main character, really got on my nerves he acted like a petulant child for most of the book. Like in the first book Scott becomes an Immortal Writer which basically means the characters he wrote came to life and now it is up to him to defeat the antagonist in this case the leader of a bloodthirsty ali
This is the second book in Jill Bower's Immortal Writers series and I was excited to start it and be back in the world of the Writer's Castle where authors are so good that their creations can't help but come to life crossing from the Imagination Field to the Reality Field.

This one is about a young male science-fiction author whereas Immortal Writers was about a female fantasy writer and as a heavy fantasy reader I adored being put into the world of Shethara alongside that of the fantasy realit
Curious Reader
Oct 10, 2017 rated it liked it
Shelves: arc, 2018, fiction-sci-fi
So it took me a while to get into this one. But well written likeable characters. Would recommend to anyone who like Aliens and a good sci-fi book.

Note: I received a free e-copy of the book via Net Galley in exchange for an honest review. Special thanks to the author and publisher for giving me a chance to read it.
Dec 06, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: netgalley
(Warning: this review may contain spoiler-y content for the first book in this series.)

Sequels should be about coming home, and this book really hits the mark. While readers get to enjoy a fresh new author protagonist and wonderful supporting characters, they are also treated with a glimpse into everything that made the first book so wonderful: the Writer's Castle and its colourful quirks, a few memorable appearances by Liz and Curtis, and, of course, Shakespeare and other well-known authors. Bo
Apr 02, 2018 rated it it was amazing
We begin with the acknowledgement of a death, though the how and why are still a mystery, and the open vehemence of young Scott for our dearly beloved Bard. Yes, that's right...Shakespeare. What? Didn't you read the first one? Well, why not? Quick summary, author's whose writing surpassed the page live on beyond their years just like their works...including the characters they brought to life. Yes, literal LIFE. Good? Can I continue? Okay. We continue with a kidnapping of talent, meaning Scott i ...more
Anna Tan
Mar 26, 2018 rated it really liked it
Shelves: e-books, review-copy
Scott Beck doesn’t want to be an Immortal Writer. Not after watching his father, Kent Beck, die defeating his own villains. Yet, there he is. His characters are coming over into the Real World and he needs his protagonists help to defeat the Betans, horrible blood-thirsty aliens, before they destroy earth.

Immortal Creators is an absolutely fun read. I liked it much better than the first one, Immortal Writers, even though I’m mostly a fantasy fan and this book camped out in the SciFi wing of the
S.J. Higbee
Sep 19, 2018 rated it really liked it
I haven’t read the first book in the series and I’m guessing that Scott and his father featured to some extent in that story, too, because this sequel certainly felt as if I was missing a chunk from Scott’s backstory. He loathes Shakespeare, holding him responsible for his father’s death and is dismayed when he is sucked into a similar situation that cost his father his life. Bowers does a really good job of depicting Scott’s understandable rage and grief, as well as his complicated relationship ...more
Aug 31, 2018 rated it liked it
Bowers has given readers another thought provoking and imagination stimulating novel in the Immortal series. Second in the series, it reads very well on its own. The Immortal Writers are those with characters and plots so realistic and powerful that the stories enter into the realm of reality. In this story, the science fiction novel of sixteen year old Scott has gone from the Imagination Field to the Reality Field. Deadly aliens are approaching earth and Scott must be instrumental in the attemp ...more
Dhawal Joshi
Apr 26, 2018 rated it really liked it
This book is second in the Immortal Writer series. I have read the previous one and hence was very excited for the second instalment in the world of Immortal writers. It was really awesome to see the characters from previous book working with the new ones. It felt like a strong world buildup in its own.

But if I forget that it was a second in series book, there weren't any exciting plot developments here. Somehow I felt the character development was a bit weak and they weren't put into light prop
Patricia Hamill
Immortal Creators is the sequel to Immortal Writers and seems to set up quite nicely for a third book. The main premise of these books is what would happen if the greatest storytellers literally become immortal and bring their stories to life.

I very much enjoyed this book. Blending together conflicts from Scott’s sci-fi characters, the Immortal Writers, and Scott’s Writing Fever, there was a lot going on, but I had no trouble keeping up. I enjoyed how Curtis and Liz came back in this one as sup
Mar 09, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Immortal Creators (Paperback)
by Jill Bowers
Immortal Creators (Paperback)
by Jill Bowers

The second book in a thrilling new Young adult series. Immortal creators is a twist on the original. The premise of Immortal writers is that threw their ability to write worlds and stories that are so astonishing and life like these writers gain immortality. Not only in their writing but in actuality. Scott has lost his father who was an immortal writer because despite being immortal they can be killed. This
Pamela Scott
Dec 02, 2017 rated it it was amazing
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(ARC provided by the publisher via NetGalley and voluntarily reviewed)

I loved the first book in the series, Immortal Writers so I was looking forward to reading this.

Immortal Creators is a cracking read, even more enjoyable than the first book. This book develops the characters and world created in the first book with a brand-new story.

I love the idea behind the books. Image is the works of the greatest writers in the world could come to life? How could wo
Apr 21, 2018 rated it it was amazing
4.5 Stars
I really enjoyed this second installment in "Immortal Writers" series. I think that this book is every reader's dream fantasy. I had previously read and loved book one, book two just as interesting. It's a world where our favorite authors are immortal and their characters also come to life. The only problem is that villains can also come to life. So it's not a very safe world and authors have an obligation to protect people. It's not a task that can be taken lightly and newly immortaliz
Jul 23, 2018 rated it really liked it
Shelves: 2018, arc-netgalley
Although I received a copy of this e-book from the publisher via netgalley, all opinions remain my own.

As a second installment in the series, I thought this was an amazing story. I love the idea of literally fighting characters of your own creation, along side immortal creators who are famous. Just something that is a new idea and something that really struck me as a fantastic. Bowers does an amazing job of describing the scenes and the characters, makes you feel like you are part of the story,
Oct 19, 2018 rated it really liked it
Immortal Creators is the story of author Scott Beck, a sixteen-year-old boy fighting his own demons (dubbed as “writers fever” by his loyal older brother Dylan). He never meant—and never wanted—to become an immortal writer like his father, whose immortality was short-lived when he died in an accident that the writers were helpless to prevent. When Shakespeare, head immortal writer, shows up and informs Scott that his story has come to life, Scott reluctantly finds himself fighting against his ow ...more
Linda Walters
May 09, 2018 rated it it was amazing
What an amazing story and I enjoyed all of it. I loved the first book in this series and was so hoping that I would enjoy this one as well. It didn't disappoint.
It was fast moving, with some interesting characters. Some of the people were from the first book but if you haven't read that one, it still was easy to get into.
I really like this kind of book where the author interacts with a story-line he or she has written. Well, I really like it when it's been well written and I have to say that thi
*thank you to Netgalley and Blue Moon Publishers for a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review*

2.5 stars.
I feel so bad giving this such a low rating but it just didnt work so well with me which is surprising because I really enjoyed the first book. This one just felt too repetitive and a bit too slow. I liked the two brothers at the beginning but at about 30% my interest faded. I liked having Liz back in this story, that was a nice touch. Plus ALIENS! Definitely a topic I usually enjo
Kirsti Call
Nov 25, 2017 rated it really liked it
I received a copy of this book from netgalley in exchange for an honest review.

I enjoyed the first book in this series, but this one was even better. The idea of great fiction becoming reality is such a creative and fun idea, that I was hooked on this series from the beginning. The plot was compelling, the characters relatable, and the tension high.

I love how all of the conflicts were interwoven into a complex story complete with aliens, immortal writers, and the writing fever. Scott Beck is a
J.D. DeHart
Nov 04, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Immortal Creators is a worthy and creative follow-up to Immortal Writers. Author Jill Bowers must be quite the bibliophile to draw on so many ideas, many from classic literary works, and implant them into her own invention.

As a science fiction/fantasy reader, I found this book to be a bright new direction in storytelling and I will be curious to see where Bowers takes the rest of her series.

Like first book, this book is an exciting page-turner. A very professionally done text.
Kelli Martin
Mar 23, 2018 rated it really liked it
I was invited to read and review this book by the publisher Blue Moon Voices and NetGalley. While I did enjoy the first book, I found this one a little harder to get into. It's a fantasy type book, which isn't my usual type so that could be my issue. It has such a great storyline though. The thought of what you write in a book coming to life is an awesome plot. The ending seems to set up for another in the series so I am interested to see where it goes next.
Ola Adamska
Apr 14, 2018 rated it really liked it
Shelves: reviewed-2018
I really liked this book. Well written, imaginative, action packed.
Scott is a written and needs to protect The Earth from Her creations. Will he manage to convince nie other characters to help him in this mission?
in The end There is a twist I nad not expected. I will check book 2 for sure.
Jul 03, 2018 rated it really liked it
It was fun learning more about the Immortal Writers' world! I read this book courtesy of Net Galley for an honest review.
Mar 01, 2018 rated it liked it
The start felt disjointed but I actually preferred the storyline. It ended on a high so I'm going to have to read the next one....
Apr 11, 2018 rated it really liked it
Shelves: arc, 4-star
After reading the first book in the series, Immortal Writers, I was excited for the release of the follow up. The world Jill Bowers created in Immortal Writers was so immersive and fascinating. How often do you read a book and connect so much with the characters or the story that you feel like it could be real, or want it to be real? Bowers brought that idea to life with writers who's words are so influential that they become real, making them immortal.

Immortal Creators brings us back to the Wri
Jamie Moesser
Dec 15, 2018 rated it liked it
Shelves: books-i-own, fantasy
The premise of this book is that the contents of certain books cross over into reality, and their authors become Immortal Writers. The book that Scott Beck wrote about a megalomaniacal alien race coming to invade Earth has come to life, but Scott has no desire to fight them, or write whatever needs to be written to prevent them from attacking Earth, but he doesn't appear to have a choice. Until a strange sickness befalls him....

While I enjoyed this book, I felt like I was "dumped on the front p
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I'd say this is definitely a Young Adult series - older readers would be coming up with questions about. for example, the emotional toll of immortality, whether or not the writers were still writing, and, if so, did they publish under their own names.

However, it IS an interesting premise to take literally the oft-expressed but figurative "immortality" of leading writers. The fact that their immortality also drags their leading characters into the world also throws up a virtual infinity of plot
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