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385 pages, Hardcover
First published July 24, 2012
“Bleep if I was going to stage a rescue in a freaking pantsuit.”Evie, aka the Empty One, aka the Soul Stealer, aka the Harbinger of Death, is about to face her biggest challenge yet - College. (Ooo, I feel you girl).
“Do you have any sort of plan?” Jack asked.So many humorous YAs with "quirky" main characters end up being completely annoying and exasperating. For once, that was not the case.
“Eh, just as well. It’ll be less of a disappointment when you fail.”
“...A gate thrown too wideOne of my favorite parts is when Lend (Evie's boyfriend) is cursed by the fairies. His curse forced him to fall asleep as soon as Evie walked into a room. I absolutely loved Evie's response to this predicament.
Now our home calls
And darkness falls"
I rubbed my temples, feeling a headache coming on. "A for effort, ladies, but F for clarity. You do realize that your weird poem things never explain anything."
“I added watching Lend walk to the things I missed most about him.”I adored the relationship between Vivian (Evie's sort-of sister, a fellow Empty One) and Evie. Watching them grow and come together was such a wonderful addition.
“So, thanks,” Vivian said.I am so sad that this series is over but at the same time, really happy that it ended on such a good note. This is one series that I am absolutely buying myself a copy.
“For what?” I looked up at her, confused.
“For being stupid enough to love your crazy, murdering lunatic of a sister and being such a pathetic dork that I couldn’t help but love you, too”
“So who do you want to be?”Audiobook Comments
I smiled, resting my head against his chest. “I’m not sure yet, but I’m looking forward to finding out.”