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Their darkest enemies now defeated, Damen and Ever are free to embark upon their final quest—to free Damen from the poison lingering in his body. If they can just find the antidote, they’ll finally be able to feel each other’s touch—and experience the passionate night they’ve been longing for. But their fight to be together will lead them into the most formidable terrain yet…into the dark heart of Summerland.

Here in a land of scorched earth and endless rain, Ever and Damen will discover their relationship’s hidden origins, expose a secret history they never imagined…and come face to face with the true reason fate keeps tearing them apart. Only then, when the final mystery is unraveled and the last secret revealed, Ever and Damen’s future will hinge on one ultimate decision that will put everything at stake….even eternity.

336 pages, ebook

First published June 7, 2011

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Alyson Noel

64 books15.3k followers
*Note to readers: I'm slowly adding to the long list of books I've read, books I'm reading, and books I want to read. I only add books I loved, hence all my ratings are 5 stars.

Alyson Noël is the #1 NYT best-selling author of many award-winning and critically acclaimed novels for readers of all ages.

With 9 NYT bestsellers and millions of copies in print, her books have been translated into 36 languages, sold in over 200 countries, and have topped the NYT, USA Today, LA Times, Publisher’s Weekly, Wall Street Journal, NCIBA, and Walmart Bestsellers lists, as well as several international bestsellers lists.

She is best known for THE IMMORTALS series, THE RILEY BLOOM series, and SAVING ZOË, which was adapted into a movie now available on Amazon.

Upcoming works include:

STEALING INFINITY- The Da Vinci Code meets Riverdale - in stores 06.28.22

FIELD GUIDE TO THE SUPERNATURAL UNIVERSE - Optioned for TV by producers Charles Matthau and Michael Zoumas with Andrew Orenstein and Matt Hastings attached as show runners

Born and raised in Orange County, California, she’s lived in both Mykonos and Manhattan and is now settled in Southern California. Learn more at www.alysonnoel.com.



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231 reviews196 followers
September 26, 2014
AHHHHHHH. After finally getting this book and finishing it, my mind was souring with happiness and actually told me: Thank you. Now you can move on and stop wasting my neurons! Isn't my mind amazing?
I don't remember being so bored by a book since The Host by Stephenie Meyer. I think this was more boring than Night Star!


Look at the book covers! Beautiful, aren't they? Too bad the stories are not! Okay, I admit, it has a good premise: Two immortals fighting for their love for centuries! It sounded promising. But, NOOOO. It had to be so poorly done. This series fails at: Characters, dialogue, even a PLOT!
I mean, it has been the same plot since Blue Moon. Damen and Ever are still finding an antidote to their chaste. Is that even a plot?! Where's the REAL conflict in this? Okay, they had enemies, but so what? At least those enemies were well-made unlike this books!
They're as predictable as a dog chasing its tail.

And Alyson Noel can't seem to get enough of the words "swallow hard", "squint", "press my lips together", and fucking "TINGLE AND HEAT"!! Find new words, you BEEEEEEPPP!!!!

Where was I? Oh, yeah! This book. Everlasting. Yawn.
Ever and Damen finally got rid of their awful enemies. Yaaaay. But, there's something left: Finding their sex-a-lot potion. Since Haven burned the last bit of it, their genitals got sad and they want the antidote ASAP!
But it won't be easy. A loony old woman who does riddles tells Ever and Damen that they have to do a task first. She calls her Adelina, which is weird because, who the hell is she?

I'm glad you asked.
Adelina was the secret past of Ever. In fact, they wasted 50+ pages explaining it! Was it really necessary?
*clears throat* Jude still makes an appearance in here, even though Ever told him:

Oh, and by the way, he hooks up with Honor at the end. Hee-hee.

You mad about the spoilers?

Moving on . . .
The first task is to free their enemies souls. HA! As if! But incredible as it is, it was possible. Chapter 24 was the cheesiest chapter I have ever read! The villains suddenly turned good and and they're happy as kids! I'M. NOT. KIDDING. I can still smell the rainbows.

Once Ever is done, the loony tells her that she must get the apple from The Tree Of Life(Hmm, I think I heard about that in the Bible. . .) so she can get the real immortality. The immortality of the soul. Not physical, spiritual. Okay?
Of course, Damen(big surprise), refuses because he likes his immortality just fine. ASSSSHOOOOOLEEE. Thanks for showing your true colors, Damen! But at the same time, I agree with him: Ever, why are so so STUPID?! You finally had the change to have the fucking of your life and you wasted it away!!


Okay, she found the tree(even though Roman's army got there first), took the fruit and . . . guess what? SHE WAS IN SUMMERLAND FOR SIX MONTHS!!!!


She makes up with everybody: To Jude, Honor, even Sabine, which she finally tells her her eternity secret. And for last . . . Damen.
She convinces him that the Tree really exists, which Damen believes, but he still won't eat the fruit. Oh and by the way, the antidote is READY!!


But Ever refuses. *audience groans* She really wants spiritual immortality even if it means that they're not immortal anymore.
Then, Damen does the whining version of solving their problems(which he had done already): Stop talking to her.
How charming.
A party later, the Loony introduces the immortal army of Roman to get a taste of the Fruit. Some of them eat them, some don't.
Ever comes back for a reconciliation with Damen. After talking, Damen and Ever finally bit down the fruit, and TA-DA!! They're mortals now.

And finally, they book a hotel room and . . . the moment people should finally care . . . Wait for it . . . They have sex.
Huh? Huh? Impressive, huh?
The moment was describe as magical, but this is how it goes in my head:

"Ever, you want some of this? I'm horny."

Oh, yes Damen! My body is ready." It has been since the first book.

"Are you ready, my dear Ever?"

Ever: "YES!!"

OMG! Things are getting hot!!

And . . .


And . . . done.

I like my version ten times better.

Then, they fly to Italy, and live happily ever after.


So, here it is. My thoughts of Everlasting. Did I have fun? NO. Was it worth it? Yes. Because I love reviewing bad books. Will I do it again to other books? PERHAPS.

It's good to be bad.
Profile Image for Leah.
29 reviews9 followers
October 25, 2011
Thank God this series is over!
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70 reviews
June 14, 2011
i cant wait to read this but i think im the only one who is devastated that this is the last book

After Reading

I was kinda hoping for like some kinda twist to make up for the drag but ....i guess there kind of was ..... but still it was really predictable everyone knew that they were going to find the antidote and live happily ever after and stuff.... all in all i guess it was a good book ...im sad (and relieved) its over .
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February 17, 2011
I thought that Night Star is the last. And I wish it is. ugh!

Whats with the crappy cover? [groan!] anyway, Im glad that they gonna find that damn antidote, and go in some expensive Hotel and you know whats next. LOL
And the story will come to an end. thats the BEST part right?
Profile Image for Sarah Elizabeth.
4,670 reviews1,269 followers
December 10, 2017
This was an okay end to the series, although it didn’t go quite as expected.

Ever was okay in this, and she did do what she thought was right even against opposition, I’ve begun to find her annoying though.

The storyline in this was about Ever continuing to look for a way to be with Damen, and then realising that there might be something she wanted more and going on a quest to find it. This wasn’t the most satisfying end to the series though, and it all sort of felt like a cop out.

The ending to this was okay, but I was a little disappointed with the turn this book took.
6 out of 10
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146 reviews1 follower
October 10, 2011
I give this book 2 stars

Before Reading it:
I added this because the cover is soooo prettty!!! :D Hope the end is better than the rest of the series. I loved the first one, maybe just maybe I will love this one too.

After reading it:
I wanted to love it.. I wanted to finsih this series on a good note.

But....... I must be honest:

I have to admit that I skim read most of this book, I got bored at the beginning and when we had to go back in time and listen to all that stuff about Ever being Adelina or whatever I wanted to gouge my eyes out with a spork. :/ I honestly don't know why I read as much as I did.

Fruit>??????????? Thats the big magic cure we have been waiting for? Okay so it's not the antidote but still freakin' fruit? Thats it??? I mean yes she wasn't going to eat fire or anything but it's just not what I was expecting.

This series is soooo frustrating. The key to not being immortal all along was fruit, now they are both human and skip off into the sunset? I hate the ending, it all just seemed rushed and thrown together and I hate how Ever is just so annoying. No matter what Damon does she always never seems content. :(

I did like how they end up together though, I had hoped they would stay together after everything they have been through. Obvioulsy now that Roman isn't in the picture, I loved him wayy better than Damon. ;) And if I had a choice I would choose Ever and Roman together.

I really wanted this book to be better.

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Author 2 books6 followers
May 19, 2011
I hate it when people say horrible things about author's work. No wonder why new writers don't want to come out with their ideas because it's people who say mean things about their ideas.

I think all people who have said something horrible about this series or any other books should say sorry because it's just pathetic doing it. Show some repect!

I've only read book one so far but I have the next two books and I can't wait to read them. I think the story lines (that I've heard so many pathetic people) are great. I can't wait to finish the series and I think Alyson Noel is a great writer! :D

Write on Alyson! x
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500 reviews2,038 followers
May 27, 2012
I think I can sum up the whole series with this: It's about two people who will do everything in their power to have sex.

It was a waste of time, space, paper, money, and every other thing you can think of. It's an embarrassment to YA literature, and that's me putting it lightly.

See my full review of the whole series over at my blog.
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316 reviews
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January 19, 2011
i can't believe i'm adding this but oh god, another one?!
damn. i thought Night Star was the last one.
i'm already zoning out when i read this series since Blue Moon. God! I'm going to zone out reading this and have to re-read it again just so i can get the point!
thank God this is the last one! I'm already dying because i have to get Night Star, i don't know what i'd do if there was a 7th book...
Ever is seriously testing my patience with this series
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57 reviews16 followers
June 13, 2011
Ok idk if it was my exciment for this to be over or if it was legit good but this was my favorite one of the series. 4.5 stars
392 reviews333 followers
July 22, 2011
Favourite Quote: "The two of us refusing to look back, knowing it's better to look forward, toward the future, than to long for a past that's gone forever."

When I got asked to review this book, I said yes for one reason. I wanted to know if Ever and Damen finally do it..... uh-hum I mean find a cure of course ;)

The Immortals series and I have certainly had our ups and DOWNS but I have always been fascinated by this spellbinding world Noel has created. I remember reading the blurb for the first book and thinking this sounds good. The concept of being immortal, spending centuries fighting for love is perfect for the romantic at heart which we all know I am. And then you have magical Summerland and being able to manifest whatever your heart desired (like red tulips - although that trick gets a bit old when Damen is driving you crazy) and it adds a refreshing element to this story about out of the ordinary love.

One thing I like about Noel's writing is that plot is constantly full of surprises. No other couple has had to work as hard for a happy ending then Ever and Damen. They have had so many struggles that have provided many nail-biting-edge-of-my-seat moments. While there was still a few completely unexpected twists in Everlasting it's pace felt a little slower or maybe that is because we know a happy ending is in sight.....or is it?

A lot of my difficulty with this series has been with the character but I felt you could really see how much Ever has grown in this final installment. I swear she didn't annoy me once! In the earlier books she frustrated me with her decisions as I felt she would make mistake after mistake and never really learn from them. But she is now making smart choices. It makes me very happy to see her turn into a stronger and smarter young women. Now Damen, I felt he was disappointing. I didn't feel he had the charm and confidence and was a bit too brooding for my taste but I did like the way he will do anything to protect Ever and his unconditional love for her.

As for the romance between Ever and Damen it was very sweet. .

Overall, fans of The Immortals are going to love Everlasting. It is a perfect and surprising end to this popular series.
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63 reviews
June 13, 2011
Thank you Alyson Noel for creating this wonderful series! I am so happy to have made this journey and am sad that it is over. Hopefully theres a movie comming out in the near future? hmmmm
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19 reviews13 followers
August 13, 2012
As a review of the whole series:

I have to admit, as soon as I'd read Evermore I was hooked. This was a book was interestingly original while still maintaining a comforting familiarity. The protagonist, Ever, wasn't overpowering or whiny and didn't take long to explain why she acted so strangely. Her relationship with Damen and her friend's, Miles and Haven was sincere and the way she dealt with High School enemies was more or less ordinary. Though she seemed a bit desensitized from the memory of her family her family with whom she'd recently parted. The overall plot of the first book was clear and consice. Which is more than I can say for the rest of the series.

Blue Moon. Ever is now an immortal and is spending more time with her new found love, Damen, in a place called Summerland. Here she learns to manifest items at will. As the book progresses we see Ever grow stronger and in turn Damen grow weaker. In the end she is tricked by a rogue immortal named Roman into giving Damen a cure containing her blood. This helps him regain his strength but mean's that if they ever touched, Ever's DNA would kill Damen. In my opinion, she completely acted out of character.

Shadowland. In this book Ever and Damen learn of the Shadowland, the place where those without a soul lay to rest. Jude, an ordinary mortal with knowledge of the mystical beings of the world. Though how he knows so much confuses me as his only information source is his carer Lina. As nice as his chaacter is, I feel that his existence is a little pointless. It seems Noel wrote him to give the series a 'love triangle' of sort's. But Ever only lets Jude think he has a chance with her when she never loved him as anything more than a friend. In the end he almost kills Haven (a character which I didn't like anyway) but surprise, surprise give's Ever the option to save her and turn her into an immortal. Not only a selfish move but it lands her in heaps of trouble in the next book.

Dark Flame. This was basically pages and pages of nothing. Suddenly Damen and Ever grow apart and she thinks she loves Roman, because she accidently binds herself to him when a spell she performs goes wrong, I actually went back a few chapters to make sure I did't miss anything. Ever seemed like she hated Roman and his smarmy ways. But now it seems that this was what she loved about him. Haven also becomes obsessed with him. In the end Jude ruins Ever's chance to get the antidote by killing roman. Haven walks in and blames Ever for his death and plans to get her revenge.

Night Star. At this point I thought this series was a lost cause but I continued to read it to see how it ended. Haven's vendetta against Ever proves to be a problem for everyone. So Ever brakes up with Damen to see if she love's Jude more (she doesn't) and Damen tells Miles about everything. Haven turns super evil and tries and fails to kill Ever because she is 'unkillable' (not my words) then she tries to kill Miles just after she throws a shirt with the antidote stained on it, into a fireplace. Ever realises she must be stopped and sends her to the Shadowland with a mighty punch to her weakest chakra. Can't say I missed her, but she did make this book a decent read.

Everlasting. Couldn't really get into this book because of the boring start. It seemed quite rushed like Noel was trying to quickly find a solution to everyone's problems. She gives ever a floating oracle called lotus to send Ever on countless journeys to put right all her wrongs. In the end she releases Drina, Roman and Haven from the Shadowland so they can move on, at which point Roman gives her the antidote in list form. Then she, being 'the chosen one' has to find a tree which bear's fruit, that can reverse the immortal spell. She and Damen decide to become mortals and be together for the rest of their natural lives. Not exactly what I'd expected but, an ending no less.

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12 reviews2 followers
December 27, 2011
man, another book? at least this is the final..
Evermore was okay. it was a fun read although not the type that gives me tingles..
Blue Moon gave me tingles alright, but not the one that i prefer. i didn't even finish it because it was just too... er... hateful? there wasn't much of Ever and Damen. it just hurt me.
i didn't even read Shadowland and Dark Flame. just read the ending. after Jude being introduced and Haven being a total bitch i opted not to read.

i still haven't read nightstar and i'm not planning to. i'd probably just read the last chapter.

although i am looking forward to Everlasting. i just want to know if they'll live happily ever after or not. so, i hope this salvages the last books. and i hope Ever's character improves from being a reckless spoilt whiner to someone who can actually help and make Damen happy.
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267 reviews227 followers
January 20, 2023
Última entrega y final de la saga “los inmortales”; desde el inicio ya sabía que no seria una de mis favoritas y que probablemente iba a sufrir de “aburrimiento” leyéndola, pero como me gusta martirizarme sin necesidad.

Reconozco que la autora intentó darle un bonito cierre a todos sus personajes; sin embargo, la forma o el fundamento construido para superar la maldición que mantenían los protagonistas, Ever y Damen, no me convenció.

Las pruebas que tuvo que sortear Ever para conseguir vivir el amor junto a Damen, me parecieron tediosas; son varios los retos pero el último el de encontrar el “árbol de la vida”, como prueba final, que da un fruto que podrá revertir lo realizado por el protagonista, fue muy descriptiva y lenta.

Que decir del final, si bien es un final cerrado y predecible, aún así no queda claro, hay muchas incoherencias que no se justifican. Pero bueno esta saga se terminó de escribir el 2014, así que asumo que si la hubiese leído varios años antes, probablemente, la hubiera disfrutado.
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99 reviews37 followers
October 23, 2011
Hi there, general populace on the world wide web. You are probably reading this for 1 of 2 reasons.
A. You are seriously considering reading this book. In my opinion, don't. Just- just don't.
B. You have read the book, and just generally want to sympathize with other tortured readers. I'm one of you.

For the people who don't fall into any of these categories, because you read it, and actually liked it, I apologize if I offend your taste in literature, and also that I follow the many, many people who wrote reviews that generally elaborate on the serie's suckiness.

For the purpose of this review, I will be targeting all the books in 1 shot, so bear with me.
Evermore- we have the stereotypical, currently, teen female protanigist (let's just call her a character, she's by no means a hero): [recently/always] an outcase, mad at the world, and obviously super-gorgeously perfect to the one super-goreously perfect guy that everyone wants, but who only wants the main female. Let's throw in some supernatural elements, a dash of romance, accidentally upend the container of 'cheesy' moments, but then add a pinch of mystery and suspense. Might as well throw in my copy of Twilight, since Evermore is really a Twilight remake to a T, although Damen/Damien/ whoever the hell he is is not a vampire, BUT AN IMMORTAL. Much more credible, and less sparkly.
The-Other-4-Books-Whose-Names-I-Don't-Remember-Nor-Do-I-Care-Enough-to-Search: Stuff happened, or maybe not. OH YAH, the super-gorgeously perfect girl gets another love interest, problems may or may occur, girl makes mistake, VILLAIN, and then other filler, love here and there, and you've got 4 books, with at least 300 pgs each, summarized in a barely-run-on sentence. I really draw a blank when I think of these books... Sorry :/
Nightstar- I'm going to give you a spoiler, excuse me, and tell you the best part of this book: THAT IT ENDS AND MARKS THE ENDING OF THE SERIES. And I think stuff happens, but I can't be too sure, since I was more focusing on how many pages I had left.
Sorry, Ms. Noel, I'm sure you're a fabulous person, but I personally have sort of no respect for your series. And while I'm trashing it now, like 3 years ago, when I was 12 maybe, I liked it. Fast-forward even a few months, and I realized that it really had absolutely no substnace to it whatsoever.

So there it is. But before I leave, here is a fabulous little story of how I screwed myself over even more with this series: my friend had all of the books, and I'm a good little girl, so once I start a series, I have to finish it, no matter how tortured I feel. So I decided around a year ago, that I should reread the whole series (4 books at the time) before reading the 5th. Big. Mistake. Don't make it. Reading the series once through is bad enough, don't make yourself read it again. By the 6th book, I didn't care at all.

What I can say, though, for this series: awesome cover art. Quite good and mysterious. ...Then that's kind of the best part of the entire book. But the covers are pretty, and mysterious, but don't be fooled.

So BEWARE. If you didn't read a word of this review, these words will suffice:
DON'T. (under any circumstance)
READ. (even if your little heart is begging for some romance-fiction- if you're reading this because you like romance at 13, it'll get better. Don't stoop so low, I'm begging you.)
IT. (the series- not even the first page. Heck, dont' even pick it up).
EVER. (<
You may even want to declare it taboo at your school. Perfectly understandable.

There are much better books out there for people that just want a light read. Even for the romance-junkies.
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37 reviews8 followers
June 17, 2013
I am going to read it only because I can't not finish the series, but really the series has been way to dragged out!
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5,001 reviews1 follower
October 11, 2011
Okay. So I didn't read the 4th and won't read the 5th, but I think I might actually read this last book just so I can know how this ends!

I've always had a problem with not finishing series, and I thought I had finally cut the cord on this one. But I just really want to know what happens to the annoying Ever and Damen.

And the funniest thing about it is, I can guarantee you it won't matter that I skipped the 4th and 5th. The author spends so much time catching you up....


So here's the deal with this series. I actually enjoyed the first and second book. The 3rd was terrible, and I couldn't even get past the first 40 pages of the 4th one. But, as stated above, I decided to read the last book so I could get closure from the first 2 books. And as predicted, it did not matter at all that I missed two books. It appears that literally nothing happened, and what did happen was told to me over and over again. I really wish this series would have had just 3 books - the first 2, and this one. But because this dragged on and on and on, I am going to look back at this series with distaste. (At least I didn't read the 4th and 5th, I probably would DESPISE this series then.)

That being said, this book wasn't that terrible. I almost gave it 3 stars, but the truth is that it was boring at times, and I HATE DAMEN. I can only give it 2 stars due to the fact that Damen sucks and Ever is stupid. I did like the ending, however, and am actually happy that I read it and I know what happened.

I am so glad I can officially shelve this series.
155 reviews1 follower
August 22, 2011
i liked this book better than all the others becuasae ever was finally the kick butt heroaine, that finally made the RIGHT decisions. also Damen was more of a character with emotions and decisions instead of a pawn.
2 reviews1 follower
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January 24, 2011
Omg. Another one? I can't stand this series anymore. I'm soo glad its finally going to be over. NO MORE EVER and her REPEATED MISTAKES :D :D:D !!! :)
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May 24, 2011
Hmm, like many people I will be reading this because I can't leave a series unfinished. To be quite frank I'm rooting for the other guy; Jude is hot, exciting and I bet I'm not the only one who wished Ever would just do him already. Damen, on the other hand, is manipulative and one of those crazy anti sex devices they put in teen fiction - we get it Noel: sex = disaster, so don't do it kids. But isn't this all a bit familiar, didn't Myer go through this whole, woe betide anyone who has sex thing, with the Bella, Edward, Jacob chastity triangle?

I can pretty much guess how it will end, the curse will be lifted and Ever will FINALLY have sex with her true love Damen, yawn. Is this realistic? Do teenagers really make self denying decisions, based on mature hindsight, well judging by my own experience, I would say no. Teenage fiction should reflect the teenage spirit, which although at times is mopey, is mostly spontaneous, rather than monotonous/ monogamous.
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902 reviews112 followers
August 28, 2015
What an amazing way to conclude one of my favourite series. Everlasting is a fast paced, action packed beautiful ending and conclusion to the immortals series. I'm surprised to say that I'm not sad that the series is finally at the end. When I finished reading Last Sacrifice (Vampire Academy #6), I was sad that I wouldn't ever read another book by Richelle Mead written from Rose's POV, yet I was excited for bloodlines. It's been an awesome journey, and the immortals will always have a place in my heart. Go Alyson Noel!!
Profile Image for Sandra.
134 reviews19 followers
June 15, 2011
This really was a great end to an otherwise frustrating journey... So glad to see Ever grow up and become a mature young adult... Though I wish they'd gone the way they first intended... By getting married first... I guess that's just old fashioned... I like the direction this one took, going a more serious and deep route... Enlightenment, journey of the soul, eternal life in the spiritual sense... Very deep stuff... I can relate to alot of that myself in my own life... I think it's very inspiring to put this out there for the Young Adults to read and maybe make some serious changes for the better in their own lives... Only wouldn't it be nice if you really could just manifest things, transport yourself to exotic local with just your mind and speak telepathically to your lover... Great job Alyson... Look forward to reading more of your work... ;)
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180 reviews27 followers
July 19, 2011
Omg how painful it was to read this book!!! So long and the plot was the same as all the other five books!! I can't believe she had them not talk to each other AGAIN . What real relationship does that? Oh I'm mad at you so I'm Gonna ignore you for a few weeks or months ..really??? They had a period of not talking to each other in all 6 books now come on!! I'm so glad this is over! I own all 6 books and was contemplating on donating them to the library but I would hate to have someone get sucked into this horrible series like I was ..a fate worse than going to the dentist for a filling 6 times .. Good lord what a waste of time
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119 reviews
June 15, 2011
If Ever and Damon don't end up together I will be sooooooo pissed......
*********************** REAL REVIEW *****************************
Alas, the Immortals series has ended. I admit, i sat in Barnes and Nobel for 2 hours and read this book, but still. This book is probably my second favorite in the series (after the first) I liked how Ever grew and when she finally makes her own decisions without having screwing everything up. And finally someone was blamed for the bad karma, mainly her man but, hey. It all worked out. Needless to say...I'm not pissed XD
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