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Evermore. De tovenares en de alchemist

(Everless #2)

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3.55  ·  Rating details ·  9,642 ratings  ·  1,506 reviews
Jules is opgevoed met verhalen over de eeuwenoude magie van de kwaadaardige Alchemist en de goede Tovenares. Ze is er nu niet alleen achter gekomen dat deze verhalen waar zijn, maar ook dat haar vriendin Caro de Tovenares is. Caro vermoordde koelbloedig de koningin en Jules’ eerste liefde Roan.

Het hele koninkrijk denkt dat Jules verantwoordelijk is voor de moord, en er sta
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Hardcover, 269 pages
Published January 20th 2019 by Blossom Books (first published December 31st 2018)
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Emily May
I really wish I could say I enjoyed this as much as Everless. The ending is the strongest part of the book - nicely wrapped-up but with the lingering suggestion that there is more to the story - and yet even that couldn't save it for me.

One reviewer pointed out that this book loses the somewhat sci-fi feel of the first book and moves more towards traditional fantasy. This is true. Those who felt so-so about Everless could enjoy this more, as it does indeed read more like regular YA fantasy. I
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 Teodora
May 07, 2020 marked it as on-hold  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: ya, on-app, fantasy
Is this a severe clinical condition if let's say someone didn't quite enjoy the first book as they expected to, but that someone did find something that made them want to read the sequel just to find out how it ends? Asking for a friend.
Brittney ~ Reverie and Ink
Ah! This was everything I wanted.

First - a special thanks to the publishers for sending me this arc! I recently received some fun goodies such as character cards/etc that I'll be showing off on my Instagram (link below) very soon, so stay tuned! Pst... they are gorgeous!

Light spoilers for book one. Beware!

I was super excited when this landed in my mail - but also a bit nervous, because I wasn't sure where the story was going. I had such high hopes after L O V I N G the first book. That happens
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Hamad
This review and other non-spoilery reviews can be found @The Book Prescription

Actual Rating: 3.5 stars

“The only way to kill pure evil is with pure love”

🌟 I wasn’t sure if I was going to continue this series or not, but while I was doing my Edelweiss guide post, I wanted to give an example and thus requested this book. I was approved in literally 10 mins! So I decided to read it after all and I am glad I did!

🌟 Now many readers loved book 1 and some didn’t (I though it was like half good, half ba
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Nadhira Satria
There's trepidation, fear even, in the ragged breaths we exchange now. There are a hundred small and human ways he could break me. As many in which I could and probably will break him. Maybe that's what love is, maybe there's nothing to do except open my arms to it. And so I open my arms, unafraid of the thundering in his heart

The second or last book of the everless series followed the first book's ending. With Jules on the run, she ties together pieces and puzzles to destroy the sorceress. If
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Yusra  ✨
Mar 14, 2018 marked it as to-read  ·  review of another edition
this series is the prime example of “shit dressed as gold”
maybe that isn’t a famous saying but i’ve created it for this book like dAmn someone get marie lu this cover artist asap

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I don’t even know if I’m going to read this, since dark and evil Liam is ,,, soft and fluffy Liam now
megs_bookrack
I have done it. I have completed another duology. Who even am I?

I'm not sure, but I do know that it feels so good to check things off your backlist.



After the events of Everless, Jules Ember finds herself with a bounty on her head.

She's now on the run with Liam Gerling still at her side. The stakes are high as Jules scrambles to uncover the secrets of her past in order to save her future.



We learn more about the lore of the Alchemist and the Sorceress and how that lore affects the current land of
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Tara ☽
2 Stars

What the hell happened?

Last year when I read the first book in this duology, Everless, I enjoyed it, finding the story engaging and characters entertaining. I was really looking forward to reading this second book, especially for a certain character who I thought was going to become one of my all-time faves.

Liam was my favourite character in the first book. He was everything I love - dark, clever, grumpy - and he was the exactly the type of character I get all hyped about reading (the ant
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Elle (TheBookishActress)
Jun 14, 2018 marked it as zzzzz-coverporn-etc  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: z-coverporn
the covers of this series are so legit what the fuck
Nastassja

**You can also find this review on my blog**

Buddy read with Julia

A guide on how to throw logic to the dogs and stomp on its bones.

Advice #1: Stop making any sense by walking around and telling every stranger you meet that you are an ancient reincarnated magical being called the Alchemist. Sure people will think you are totally sane and would be extremely willing to help you overthrow the queen.

“Jules, you’re not making any sense.” Amma lets out a strangled laugh, and I can tell she’s tryi

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Christian
Jun 14, 2018 marked it as to-read  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: released-2018
That cover just pushed me down those stairs. Even though the release date is weird.
Ashlee » Library In The Country

"Don't you know, Jules? Everything worth doing is dangerous."


It's no secret that Everless was one of my favorite 2018 releases and shouldn't be a surprise that I was prepared to perform dark magic to get my hands on Evermore. Luckily, HarperTeen saved us all from that catastrophe and provided me with an advanced reading copy.

Evermore begins with Jules on the run from Caro, still reeling from what she has learned about herself and grappling with her new reality. Jules struggles to cho
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Sylvie
Jan 02, 2019 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: royalty, magic, dystopian
3.5/5 Stars.

Evermore
by Sara Holland

3.5/5 out of 5 Stars!

This review will contain spoilers!

May I just say that both covers of this duology are beyond gorgeous. I mean, if you wouldn't have liked the book(s) I would just look at the covers and it will satisfy me by it gorgeousness.
Before I started with 'Evermore' I was already prepared not to get into this with high hopes, because usually I end up being too disappointed with anticipated books lately especially sequels, and this was the case.

I will
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ᴄᴏʟᴇᴛᴛᴇ ♡
Can I have this book, like, NOW?!!! Why do I have to wait a YEAR for the sequel?!!! I pray to God that I can have an arc soon. A year feels like centuries (pun intended😉)! 2019 can you come already?!😫

update (1/16/18): Will this just be a duology? I see potential as a four-book series😍

update (6/13/18): HOLY SHIT LOOK AT THAT GORGEOUS COVER I’M CRYING!!!!!😭😭😭

update (7/6/18): Okay but, like, THE UK COVER IS ALSO AMAZEBALLS GUYS I NEED BOTH EDITIONS IM DEAD❤️☠️☠️☠️❤️
Wing (bibliomeds)
September 29:
I requested this on Edelweiss just now hoping for a chance they might even consider me :) one can dream

October 2:
Update: alas, I got rejected, once again, in fact they have never approved anything for me #salty, what are your secrets to get Edelweiss approve your requests? pray tell friends
Beth
2 Stars!

So Past me, should of listened to future me, I don't know why I continued with the story, apparently it's because I'm a fool who just loved the cover that much. I didn't have expectations going in, Everless was an anticipated read for me and I was let down, and once again I found this even more disappointing that the previous.

I'm just going to start off by saying I did enjoy the first few chapters, they were action packed and intense, BUT at the same time things happened so quickly. We g
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K. Elizabeth
3.75 / 5

What an ending! I must say, I did not see that coming. And while I do enjoy being stumped and surprised with how authors end their story, I must say that I was a little confused amidst all my surprise. Still. This was a wonderful addition to Everless and I’m actually kind of upset that it’s over!

Just like in book one, I enjoyed Jules’s perspective as she continued her journey with the realization that she's the Alchemist (this isn’t a spoiler — it's revealed in book one!) from the stor
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Grace
Apr 20, 2020 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
I enjoy the storyline but the protagonist, Jules, was weak even with magical powers; what use is power when you can’t fully harness it to fight your enemy and win?
She went through cycles of captivity and rescue while the antagonist, Carol, exercised dominance. It grew tiresome, watching how weak and powerless she was. Although each cycle of failure unveiled a clue to defeating the antagonist, it was hard to watch her constantly running, hiding, failing, and expressing guilt for not living up to
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Rae
Jan 09, 2019 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: arcs
I received this ARC in exchange for a fair and honest review.

Warning: Spoilers for Everless below.

Picking up exactly where Everless ended, we follow Jules on her escape from the Sorceress since her secret has been revealed that she is the Alchemist. Knowing who she is and that she's lived so many past lives, eleven to be exact, Jules is at quite a disadvantage of not being able to access her memories and abilities, meanwhile her arch enemy Caro has had multiple life times to hone her skills
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Beatrice in Bookland
*I received an arc from Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review*

"Don’t you know, Jules? Everything worth doing is dangerous."

What I liked:
- Liam's character. I've said it before, but he's basically the only reason I decided to read this sequel.
- the final plot twist
- Jules and Caro's last fight and their story
- Ina and Jules's relationship

What I didn't like:
- Jules's stupidity (she's not always a dumbass but when she is oh boi does she deserve some bitch slaps)
- the writing. It's not bad but
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Mlpmom (Book Reviewer)
Not only was I pleasantly surprised by Everless, the first book in the series but it took my breath away. It was captivating, imaginative and unlike others in the genre. In short, it was hard to put down and even harder to forget about. Which is why when Evermore came out I couldn't wait to sink back into the world that Holland had created.

Evermore picks up right where Everless left off, with Jules in mortal peril and reeling from all that she not only learned about her beloved Everless but abou
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Jessi ♥️ H. Vojsk


I know better than to be afraid of stories.

Story 🌟🌟🌟🌟
Jules and Caro dance around each other since centuries. Once they lived as the sorceress and the alchemist, powerful until one day the alchemist stole the heart of the sorceress.
When the sorceress found the alchemist again, she forced her to give her back her heart.
So the alchemist made her heart into twelve stones. Filled with mistrust the sorceress believed to be deceived, so she forced the alchemist to swallow the stones and drowned her
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Angelica
Y'all know I can be pretty blunt sometimes so I'm just gonna say it. I wasn't feeling this book.  Maybe it's me. Maybe I'm to blame for my lack of enthusiasm while reading. I spoke last time of my reading slump. But honestly, I don't think that's all there was to it. There was something lacking in this book. Something that was lacking in the first one as well.  I believe that thing to be an emotional connection to these charcters. When I read I want to care if the charcters die or not. If they s ...more
Chelsea ❤Peril Please❤
“I’m sorry, Jules.” His words are softer, pleading in a way that strikes a different kind of fear into me than (view spoiler) ever has. And what’s most frightening—I believe him. “I just can’t let you—can’t stand the thought—”
Please don’t finish, I think, because I already know what he wants to say. I can’t stand the thought of losing you.


What started as strong, pulse-pounding, and butterfly inducing (literally the beginning is one of the best I’ve read in a LONG time) s
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Chelsies Reading Escape
For the most part I liked our main character Jules Ember, but some of her decisions werent the smartest. Maybe don't go to a party when someone's hunting you. I understand the main character is impulsive, but thats just plain stupid. Despite liking her I never fully connected with her. She learns a lot about herself during the course of the story and accepts the risk that comes with loving someone, but it never really changes her or her goal to take down the antagonists bloodthirsty hold over th ...more
linda (flourishreader)
THAT COVER THOUGH

so is Liam and Jules going to be a thing??(i think i would love that) i need this now 🙃
Schizanthus Nerd
Is it a blessing or a curse, never to know how much time you have?
Let me start with this: I loved Everless, which is fairly obvious if you’ve seen my review. I’ve been impatiently waiting for my library’s copy of Evermore to arrive as it was one of my most anticipated reads of the year. Maybe the pedestal I built for it was too high; I did enjoy it but I was also disappointed. It may have helped if I’d read the books consecutively; I had forgotten important parts of the mythology until I was
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sophie.connects.the.dots
(view spoiler)

This was actually a pretty good book, and I enjoyed many facets of it, such as: no instantly in-love romance (albeit a lot of reactions about close proximity and hand-holding, etc...but it wasn't an annoying amount), a shiveringly good villain, and a likeable main character I was rooting so desperately for to conquer her circumstances. A bold and beautiful atmospheric setting definitely didn't hurt, either:



Oh man,
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Stephanie Nicholas
I won't say much about Evermore because it would spoil Everless, its prequel. These both were quick reads, good adventure stories. I was glad to have had the experience of reading them, and would recommend them to anyone who enjoys YA fantasy. 4 stars!
Eliza
Jan 04, 2019 rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: young-adult
it's almost a four it's between a three and and a four not the best book I've ever read but not the worst

Update: I've changed my rating to a one star because I don't remember a thing that happend in this book so I'm moving on how
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Sara Holland grew up in small-town Minnesota among hundreds of books. She graduated from Wesleyan University and worked in a tea shop, a dentist’s office, and a state capitol building before heading to New York to work in publishing. These days, she can be found exploring the city’s bookstores or finding new ways to put caffeine in her bloodstream. EVERLESS is her debut novel.

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