An ending that seriously led me to believe that Nikki was actually ready to be more than her normal, rather subservient self. She should have just ended up with Cole and sent Jack packing. Nikki and Jack, embodying the latter, are the most unrealistic couple since Romeo and Juliet. Cole could fuck you against the wall while whispering dirty nothings in your ear…or drag you into Underworld to drain you of energy. I’m pretty interested to see what happens for myself. There was a lot of dwindling here and there, and a very simple and short actual plot. You are the everything. Seriously, all that research and dangerous crap and it’s over in a matter of pages.
Your alternative is that she dies. Everything was about their undying true love for each other and many moments had my wanted to rush to the toilet and puke out my dinner. Everneath tore my heart out and stomped on it a million times, and Everbound just blew me away. Speak Your Mind Great review! She has to become Cole’s Persephone. No, just stop it, stop it, no.
I evertrke ran through this within a few hours and I think I haven’t quite digested it yet. I prefer Jack as a character since I’m not a fan of the darker angsty type.
Oh yeah, and please write an epilogue: I came up with a pretty lame name. Lists with This Book. Sara’s letting me borrow her copy so as soon as it gets here, I’ll be picking evertrur up. Evertrue broke my heart, yet at the same time managed to make it feel warm.
Love is not a triangle: Evertrue by Brodi Ashton + Giveaway
No, scratch that, he is like a loyal puppy, with no aim in life other than to please his owner. I lean toward the latter because she should know him a little better by now. Of all the young adult books I’ve read, this series takes the prize for having the most gushiest, mushiest romance ever, complete with declarations of love galore, one-liners that rival those of Taylor Swift, and teddy bears.
There were wanted posters of Cole and his band. That’s what happened when Nikki told Jack that she kissed Cole so she could stay alive and revive her energy. Their relationship is the most dynamic, engaging, and emotional one in the trilogy for me; and in the end, it’s the most beautiful thing about the novel. Once in a Full Moon by Ellen Schreiber. I really wish the author had just killed off Cole in the second book, Nikki never starts the transition, and her and Jack live happily ever after.
Evertrue was SO disappointing.
Nori’s Closet: Evertrue by Brodi Ashton
Everneath 1Everbound 2. Why on earth would you go for the more obscure one? You totally put into words what I could not seem to convey while I was writing my review!
And then there’s the Jack swoons, obviously.
It was painful to watch that version of Cole; like being stabbed in the eyes with a needle painful. Seriously, read this series. Also, this may be my Greek mythology obsession coming out to play, but Nikki and Jack’s ignorance of the matter irritated me.
Seriously, I was expecting so much better. Keertana January 17, at 6: The guy even has a planet named after his Roman equivalent, for God’s sake!
Kristen January 23, at 8: In retrospect, a lot of it seemed unnecessary hither-and-thither and a lot of evertrie still, but I was quite engaged, so I’m not really complaining.
Amanda January 22, at 8: Both are very unhealthy and as annoying as fuck. I feel as if I have just finished this great journey as the characters themselves have done so, and I do acknowledge that this trilogy and this installment may have its faults in regards to the pacing; but in the end, my feelings for this trilogy as a whole and its conclusion seem to be synolsis complex as the characters and their relationships with asshton another.
My dear, dear Evertrue. This image of a shining beacon of wondrous love that Nikki constantly waxes poetic about seems completely at odds with the image we’re shown of a brute who is ready to beat someone’s face in.
You synppsis not want to know how disappointed and devastated I was — I literally wanted to stomp my feet like a toddler in public I was reading the book on the train.
If all the romance crap was removed, there would be barely any pages in this novel. And since I never actually liked Cole I didn’t feel sorry he became dust either.
It reminded me of Percy Jackson where he’s need to find some Greek artifact, but the logistics don’t make sense. That cheap excuse for an ending was probably one of the worst parts.
Tying up a world and the lives of characters if not entirely but satisfyingly is incredibly difficult. Then there are those times when a final installment is so naff that you finish it brdoi why you ever cared about those characters and feeling only a sense of regret that you wasted your precious reading time.
So, that kind of stinks.
Review: Evertrue by Brodi Ashton
Jun 25, Rachel Reads Ravenously rated it it was ok Shelves: Evertrue by Grodi Ashton. Kbaby81 January 17, at 6: Evertrue is probably my most anticipated book of Everneath and Everbound were some of my favourite novels ever –but I cannot say the same for the last instalment, Evertrue.
This seems to be common throughout the series, and there is no sign of improvement as it goes on. You are so right about this broxi triangle.