Sunday, 1 July 2012

Review: Evermore, The Immortals by Alyson Noel

Hello everyone! I thought since it is new month, I would post a new book review!

This book is a series of about six books, and for those who love Twilight, you will actually fall in love with this series as I did.

And if you don't like Twilight? Who cares? Read it anyway!

Ever Bloom is a sixteen year old who had what she thought was the perfect life. She had long blond hair, a cute boyfriend and was one of the most popular girls in school. To add to this, she had a loving family, including a dog.

Well, she still has the long blond hair, but her parents, her sister and her dog all died in a car crash, which she believes that she caused.

Don't worry; I haven't spoiled it for you - the drama has only just begun! Waking up in the hospital, she notices that the nurse has a light pink glow around her body. She notifies the nurse of this but after many physcological tests she learns to keep the unusual findings to herself. Ever later knows that this is an aura that she can see, and only after her dead sister visits her in the night does she realise that she does not have a perfect life anymore.

After all of this, she is forced to live with her auntie, her father's twin sister, in California. Ever doesn't want to draw attention to herself by dressing like she did in her old life, so resorts to hoodies and lipbalm opposed to skinny tops and lipgloss. Still grieving, she just manages to settle in to her new house and school... until a boy, Damen, arrives.

She can't see his aura!

This is strange for her, and even though she doesn't want to she can't help but fall for this 'smouldering' hot boy. Does Damen like her back? Is he what he really say he is? Or will Haven, one of her best friends, actually get the boy she called dibs on?

Read it. Go on. I dare you.

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