Ever and Damen have spent centuries facing down bitter rivals, jealous friends and their own worst fears—all in the hope of being together forever. Now in Everlasting, their destiny is finally within reach.
This book has been sat on my living room floor for the past three weeks, waiting to be read. I finally got round to it… I guess I didn’t want to read this straight away because that meant finishing the series. As weird as it probably sounds I wasn’t ready to let go of the characters just yet, after having spent so long with them.
The last book in the Immortals series, Everlasting delves straight into the story unlike the other books (Probably because it’s the last book in the series). Less of a backstory needed as most of the background has been established.
Got me asking questions from the first few pages, won’t say what questions exactly as they’re too spoiler-y :P.
Found myself skipping the lengthy descriptions in favour of the dialogue.
The whole thing with Damen and Ever (I’m being deliberately vague for those of you who may be reading this but haven’t read the last book yet) seemed to drag on too long, although I think that’s what the author intended, to prolong Damen & Ever’s reunion (of sorts) so that when it actually happens it’s even more rewarding for both the reader and the characters.
4.5/5… On account of the somewhat lengthy descriptions but all in all this book more than makes up for ‘Night Star’.
Seeing as this is the last book in the series, I’ve decided add a series rating too (which I’ll be doing for any full series I read from now on).
9.5/10… It does drag in parts (at times) but if you’re a fan of supernatural or paranormal fiction with a twist, then I highly recommend this book . Or are you looking for a new series to read, having just finished your other one? If you are, I suggest you give this series a go. I’m glad I did.
Note: This review is shorter than my others… Why? For one thing I got so caught up in the story that I probably overlooked some things. For another, there really isn’t anything ‘wrong’ or worth pointing out about this book. It was just that good (for me at least).