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Thursday, January 31, 2013

Everbound (Everneath #2) by: Brodi Ashton

Five Stars

Goodreads Summary:

Nikki Beckett could only watch as her boyfriend, Jack, sacrificed himself to save her, taking her place in the Tunnels of the Everneath for eternity — a debt that should’ve been hers. She’s living a borrowed life, and she doesn’t know what to do with the guilt. And every night Jack appears in her dreams, lost and confused and wasting away.

Desperate for answers, Nikki turns to Cole, the immortal bad boy who wants to make her his queen — and the one person least likely to help. But his heart has been touched by everything about Nikki, and he agrees to assist her in the only way he can: by taking her to the Everneath himself.

Nikki and Cole descend into the Everneath, only to discover that their journey will be more difficult than they’d anticipated — and more deadly. But Nikki vows to stop at nothing to save Jack — even if it means making an incredible sacrifice of her own.

In this enthralling sequel to Everneath, Brodi Ashton tests the bonds of destiny and explores the lengths we’ll go to for the ones we love.

Oh my God. How does she do that? Spin me along for an amazing ride and leave me hanging, why don't you?

Whoever has never read this series, go and buy the first book now.

Nikki is still really sad over Jack, which is understandable. There's some complaining, but it's just enough that it feels real. 

I'm not sure if I want to kill Cole, right now. At the ending, what he did shocked me. We did get some of his history, though.

Jack isn't in this book a lot, but he's really important. Like, the entire book is written to find him. Nikki uses memories as a thread to find him, and I really enjoyed reading those. 

The Everneath was designed perfectly. There was even a map in the beginning of the book. I like how it was made into circles, since I have never read anything with the world made out of circles.

There are some twists in this book, and some of them make you wonder how you didn't see what would happen before.

The pacing was very good. We got some more action in this book.

The ending was amazing. The cliffhanger was really well done, but I can't wait for the next book now. I'll probably hound the publisher for the next book. How many emails is considered stalking, again?


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